I had a tiny blue spot form on my chest about two years ago. During a skin check the Derm. did not seem to notice it. Over this past winter sometime it turned into a tiny, ever sl slightly elevated bluish brown mole. It is unlike all of my other moles. My GP looked at it on Friday and noticed that the upper 2/3s is brown and the lower 1/3 is blue. He did a biopsy and was able to get 95% of it. I have not received the results yet and needless to say am very concerned. Should the blue mark have been biopsied before? Is it normal to get a blue mark and have it turn into a mole? I worry that the mole has been growing vertically - down into the skin and is more dangerous. it was very tiny so I keep wondering why all of the mole was not able to be excised. i can't find anything on the internet about a blue mark turning into a blue nevus or a blue nevus being two different colors. Thank you for any help - I am a 38 year old fair skinned mom of two young kids and hoping and praying for the best.
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