I have several moles under my breast, but within the past few days, this one has begun to hurt and is bleeding. The Mole is almost the size of the pencil eraser. I don't know if it has a root or what? Should I be concern. My mother had breast cancer appx. 4 years ago.
Since, I'm writing, also I have had some bleeding from the rectum, not only when there is a bowel movemement. I had a hysterectomy 3 years ago and had to had appendicidus (misspelled) at the same time. Now, at times when I have a bowel movement and wipe, there feels like a large lump right under my breast that feels like someone with very large hands have shoved the hand in my body. Unfortunately, I am one of those that hate to go to the doctor. Especially, since I was hospitalized for 3-4 weeks when I had my hysterectomy.
Dear Capricorn, These symptoms should be checked by a doctor, it is not normal for a mole to bleed. This does not sound like a breast cancer problem, however, it should be checked out to see what the problem is.
You should also check about the bleeding from the rectum, it may be something as simple as hemorrhoids, however, it is impossible to say without further evaluation.
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