I have a heart shaped mole on my thigh. It's smaller than a pencil eraser and even in color (best I can tell). A few weeks ago I started having a sharp, hot pain in the muscle around that area. It feels like someone is stabbing a hot ice pick into my muscle and then removing it just to do it again in 2 minutes. Anyone has this happen before? I hve an appointment with Dermotologist tomorrow but I can't stop freaking out about it today.
Good luck with your appointment. The pain you are experiencing is highly unlikely to be related to your mole. If you have been worried about that mole you will be amazed as to how your body reacts to that worry. Pains spasms etc. Or it could be a plain old injury.
I hope your dermatologist was able to put your mind at ease.
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