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    An_248680 posted:
    Sometimes I get small random pains near my belly button on the skin. I noticed that I have one mole with two other less prominent moles near by. Could these pains be related to the moles?
     
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    Mohiba K Tareen, MD responded:
    In general, moles should not be painful. If your moles are painful, that may indicate some change occurring. Please have your doctor take a look.

    I hope that helps
     
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    k_brown replied to Mohiba K Tareen, MD's response:
    I'm not exactly sure that it is the mole that is hurting. I have a couple stretch marks nearby also. The pain comes from the skin and I just noticed a couple moles and thought maybe they could be the cause.


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