I think you should mainly worry about the one that is growing and itching. I went in with several mole concerns and they are removing most of those b/c they suspect melanoma as well as a few others that I'd not thought about. Most of them, actually, I think all of them...are relatively (in the past year at best) new and growing, changing colors, or itching. My first set was removed yesterday...then in two weeks...two weeks...two weeks...until they start coming back clean.
i'm 23yrs old, over the years i'm come to know that my skin is extremely sensitive to sunlight, for example when i was younger i spent a day on the beach and i had sunburn so bad that i got lots of tiny water bumps on my entire back.
My main concern however is now at 23 i'm discovered that i have 2 moles that have developed on my back , one is a flat mole whiich i've had since i was younger the other has developed with a 2 yrs span and it itches and is growing. I've been meaning to visit the doctor soon.
Should i be worried about this considering the fact that i have such sensitive skin?
working in dermatology i have seen many patients come in with these signs and be okay, but i have seen even more have what is called a dysplastic nevi. they have a higher risk of eventually turning into melanoma.
raised moles are typically not as bad as flat ones that fail the abcd's.
and the scaly one that bleeds could be a seborrheic keratosis(basically people barnacles and harmless) or actinic keratosis(precursor to squamous cell carcinoma)
it should be looked at by your dermatologist.