I noticed about a year ago that I had some light brown colored spots on my upper thigh area with more on the inner part. I figured it was age. I'm almost 50. They almost look like freckles. Today I noticed there are more going down my inner thigh and some are bigger and more raised than the smaller ones. All are basically the same color .... and most are very small but because they seem to be getting more numerous, I began to worry just slightly. I'm so the opposite of a hypochrondriac. I rarely go to the doctor even when I do have health insurance. I did a search on google ... regular search and image search trying to find something similar to what I have. The only thing that looks similar at all are age spots on someone's hands. I don't have age spots anywhere on my body ... except in this particular area so it makes me think it is NOT age spots. Anyone know anything about these?
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