I recently noticed that I have what looks like a mole in my upper pubic area fairly close to the top of my panties. IT looks exactly like a mole i had removed a month or two ago under my arm- pink, round with a brown speck. I can't get in to see my dermatologist for a few days and i'm freaking out thinking the worst. That i have warts or something. I have had the HPV vaccine so I think the chances are very slim that its HPV. I started having unprotected sex with my husband after I got the vaccine. Before that, all my paps were clean and his STD tests were all negative. we have both been with very few people. My mole doesn't look anything like the pictures of warts online, but i know that doesnt mean anything.
I also think its a mole b/c i don't get out in the sun much because i'm always getting freckles, some of which turn into moles. I got sun poisoning last sunday- less than a week before this showed up. I think it probably triggered it.
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