I had a mole on my collar bone. It didn't appear uneven, the border was not abnormal, the color did not seem strange, but one day I noticed it felt a bit itchy. -I was not sure if it was because the collar of my shirt was rubbing on it, so I started to just keep an eye on it. About three months later, my mole seemed to scab up, i picked at it a little and a small white head came out -the kind that comes out when you pop a zit. I left the mole alone and then a few days later, while i was taking a shower I felt it began to flap lose, when I got out of the shower it was just hanging on, I pulled the rest of it off.
The skin below looks a bit tender. This just happened an hour ago. I have a band aid on it so that my shirt will not irritate it. I saved the mole that fell off, there was a very thin dangly thing -almost like a root, hanging off the mole.
Im sorry this is so gross. I am wondering if I should be concerned or if this is normal?
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