i have had these five unusual spots on my right thigh for 8-9 years now .. im kinda worried over these spots after reading about a lot of skin issues online .. im not sure if this a lesion or wart oor ingrown hair or kaposi .. im not even sure wht do i call these spots. these spots dont itch or pain .. 3 of these spots are slightly raised and the remaining two are in line with my skin .. with hardly no hairs growing over these except for few hairs .. i have a hairy body .. it has remained as such since it appeared .. please not i have never had sexx or indulged in anything risky .. this is one thing that drives me crazy over the fact this couldnt be anythn related to aids or an std provided i never had sex .. leavin me to worry over the other options includin warts or an ingrown hair ..
does anything malignant/ dangerous remain in your skin for years without any change?
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