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Brown, little protruding discoloration of skin on back

Im just looking for some help 2 find out what this on my back is. Its brown..its protruding a little but there is no puss or nothing like that. However it causes extreme lack of self-esteem and i would like to know what it is so i can get rid of it. Besides that I cant really describe it. However if you think you might know what it is i can send you a picture. Please if you know anything please reply.
 
  Zhukov on 2004-10-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
are you talking of a "WART" ?
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Do you think it might be a Mole? Have they always been there or are they new?
 
bunbun last decade
no its not a wart or a mole. And its been there for about 3 years now. Its more like a certain part of skin if the middle of my back thats alot darker then the rest of my skin, however its not just hyperpigmentation because it is alittle protruding and the darkened skin seems to be more tough on the outside.
 
Zhukov last decade
Could it be sun damage?
 
bunbun last decade
Did it show up within a couple of weeks after you took some allopathic injections????

Best,
Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Have you shown it to a doctor?
How big an area is it? Is it small like 'skin tags' or big and flat like birthmark (these can be raised)?
 
bunbun last decade
'more tough on the outside' makes me think of the leathery skin that develops from long exposure to the sun.
 
bunbun last decade

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