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What You Need to Know About a Mole on Your Baby

by Alivia Nyhan
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Moles are tiny pigmented cells that appear just when the baby is born and can be benign or dangerous. The benign ones are called uniform moles or freckles, and they are those that do not have any relief, only a spot. Those who have comfort need medical follow-up and are not uniform but have a replacement that occupies a more significant part than usual.

When your baby is born, you shouldn’t be overly concerned about moles, whether they are benign or raised. In his first months, he will do a lot of medical check-ups, so if any of those moles are harmful, they will be detected immediately. A dermatologist will monitor your baby’s skin to know what type of moles he has and will take the appropriate measures in each case, applying a treatment if necessary to prevent him from having skin problems. Keep reading this FastlyHealarticle to learn about freckles and moles in babies.

Types of moles and how to detect them

As we said, there are two main types of moles: benign and malignant. Children who have entirely normal moles, that is, benign ones or freckles, will not need any treatment.

Those moles (freckles) do not have any relief, are small, and do not cause any itching or damage to the little one. You must pay attention to whether the moles change in shape, size, or color, especially if children suffer pain or itching in the area where the moles are.

What to do when detecting bad moles

If you detect a mole that is not normal, go quickly to the doctor so that he can observe it and know if it needs any treatment. If your child has more than six raised or oval moles, you must go to the doctor.

As basic recommendations, if you have these types of moles, you cannot expose your skin to the sun, and if you are going to be told, you should always wear sunscreen with the highest factor.

How to prevent moles on the skin in babies

The best thing to avoid the appearance of malignant or carcinogenic moles is that first, you make sure what type of skin your little one has. Some skins are more delicate than others, especially those that are very light. There are also susceptible skins, which are called atypical. The best thing is that you go to the pediatrician to determine what type of skin your child has.

Once you know it, it is ideal that when there is a lot of sun, you put on pretty high sun protection and set a hat and cover it well, but without overdoing it so that it does not get too hot.

Think that babies are the ones with the most sensitive and vulnerable skin of all, and you already know what they say “the skin has memory” therefore, any evil you can avoid from an early age, you will notice in health in Her future.

Now that you know all about freckles and moles in babies, you may be interested in this other article on How long chickenpox last?

This article is merely informative, at FastlyHeal .com we do not have the power to prescribe medical treatments or make any type of diagnosis. We invite you to see a doctor in the case of presenting any type of condition or discomfort.

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