The appearance of a new birthmark scares many, although in most cases it is harmless.More moles can come during pregnancyDr. Gitta Pбnczél of the Maternity Center Skin Care Coat drew attention to the causes of the process and to the symptoms in which skin control is important.
New moles rarely appear above 40 years of ageThey appear in the skin, in the tissues, in the fetal age, and in the opposite of the ъ. melanocytes (dye cells), cells that produce the melanin pigment. Melanin is a dark colorant that is both responsible for the skin and also plays an important role in the protection of the skin because it is capable of filtering out a large part of the skin's skin, which is sensitive to UV rays. Our tanning in the summer is nothing more than a defensive reaction, as as the number of sunny caverns begins to grow, so the melanocytes begin to produce dye to protect them associated with surrounding tissues, birthmarks can be created. They can appear and level off the skin surface. This process occurs mostly until the age of 20, but the appearance of new moles may increase during adolescence and pregnancy. Above 40, new moles develop quite rarely, and even existing moles have a tendency for many moles to die back and gradually disappear.
Do I need to pay attention to the new or changed birthmark?
Numerical screening aids in detecting changesOnce a year, it is definitely worth having a birthmark take a look when your dermatoscope examines your moles with a dermatoscope.- This device actually has a multiple magnification microscope on the skin. It illuminates a layer of sculpture that is invisible to the naked eye, so that every detail is better investigated, says Doctor Pánczy. - A large part of the mole is enough for this type of examination because skilled skin care with dermatoscopy you can determine with great certainty whether you need to take any further steps or whether there is any malicious pigmentation. And full body moles and photographic documentation are particularly important when it comes to increasing the risk of melanoma (multiple birthmarks, malignant malignant melanoma, or a single malignant melanoma). Under such circumstances, it is very important to know which birthmark has been changed and which one has to be removed. An important aid in this is numerical screening, which allows us to track changes from year to year and to prevent even serious consequences through early detection.
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