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  1. Seriously, guys. I was here at this computer not half an hour ago when I reach into my shirt to scratch and come out with big specks of scabby blood globs. Taking my shirt off, I find that the entire nipular area is covered in blood.


    After some peroxide application, I discover it is not the nipple itself, but rather a nearby mole the blood is coming from. After having noticed a large scrape across the hole, I surmised it occurred earlier in the day when I was playing with the dog. As my shirt doesn't seem to be crusted over with blood, it must not have really opened up until I picked at it just now.

    One hot shower and some vigorous scrubbing later, I now find myself with a dangling mole that will most certainly need to be ripped off later.

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    2. Bloodshedder


      You can't "turn" a mole cancerous if it wasn't already. So indeed he should ignore you.

      scratching a mole does not transform it into a cancer. It can change the appearance a little ... traumatizing a mole doesn't lead to cancerous change.

    3. MaTT [TiK]

      MaTT [TiK]

      Cool, I'm quite glad you said that because I'm always paranoid about shaving the mole on my face (get some nice little hairs growing out of it every few days). But I've always been warned about it so there must be some truth in the damaging moles causes cancer stories.

    4. Danarchy


      Yeah, I have this huge ugly mole on my arm and I used to pick on it until people started to tell me "OMG YOURE GOING TO GET CANCER". Stupid me, I believed them.