I scratched a mole several years ago and ever since then it's been sore to the touch. If I squeeze it, it looks like there's something underneath it. My mom doesn't want to take me to a dermatologist and I don't know what to do?
A mole that is sore to touch should immediately be investigated for cancer. Dermatitis, or a subacute/chronic infection can also make a mole painful. However, for confirmed diagnosis you will need to consult your GP or a skin specialist. If that is not possible please talk to your school or college doctor or someone else in the family who can take you to a doctor. Take care!
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