So im a girl and im 13 years old. About a month ago i noticed a couple of spots on my chest and breast area, they are about half a centimeter in diameter and they are a kind of slightly orangey/ brown colour, well sort of skin colour but its a darker tone than mine. I have had the flu recently and i have just noticed that there are now more than 20 of these strange spots!! They're slightly (very, very so slightly) raised off of my skin and so i can feel them a bit when i brush my hand over them, they are quite noticeable dispite the fact they are much of a bold colour. The dont inch or hurt, and they are never sore. My skin is generally prone to getting moles anyway and my mum has loads of moles and stuff like that. I hate going to the doctors but i will if necessary. Please, please someone tell me what they are because im really worried about them. (i have only noticed them on my chest, no where else)
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