I have a growth between my breasts that is atypical of a mole but has "pods" or "seeds" or "sections" that when removed appear to be like dry skin; if I irritate it too much it will bleed. It is round, raised and dark brown in color. I can't find any info on the computer to find out about it. I heard that it is a "seed mole" but when I put in that description it brings up food recipes??? You got me on this one!!! Please help.
From your description, it is possible that the mole-like growth between your breasts is a type of skin infection. Warts can present as a raised, round, hyperpigmented lesions on the skin. Depending on the size, this can cause discomfort most especially when pressure is applied. It can spread and increase in number. A fungal skin infection should also be ruled-out. A consult with a dermatologist is recommended.
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