I've been diagnosed with epidermal nevus (via biopsy). It started out in small patches of skin (as a toddler), but as I get older (I'm in my 30's), it now appears over more parts of my body. I was told by my doctor that it doesn't spread, but I'm not sure what he means. It's definitely covering more part of my body as each year goes by. Can someone explain why my doctor says epidermal nevus doesn't spread, but yet it appears to be spreading? I'm not sure what he means.
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