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Im 15 and I have a mole on my lower thigh and it’s kinda big it’s about the size of a big pinky nail haha, it makes me really self conscious and I’m worried when I’m older and I’m doing stuff with guys they’ll notice it and ahh
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They won't care and neither should you.

That said, keep an eye on moles.If it changes or gets bigger, go get it looked at. I know first hand how risky ignoring a mole can be!
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If he cares about it, he's not worth it. Find a guy that loves you for who you are, not what you are.
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They won't care and neither should you.

That said, keep an eye on moles.If it changes or gets bigger, go get it looked at. I know first hand how risky ignoring a mole can be!
Are you sure he won’t care?
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Are you sure he won’t care?
As sure as I can be without dealing in absolutes.
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Why is this a thing? You can get it removed very very easily and quickly.

I removed several moles on my body using a kitchen knife. That's actually very unsafe. But the point is they're removable lmao. Why would you not just get it taken off when it's so quick, painless, and simple?
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When I was younger, I used to be really self cautious but all I needed to know was that people never really care like we think they do. They might notice it once and after that they immediately get used to it. Don't overthink stuff, live your life free of worries and problems, you only live once and its not worth waking up everyday and standing in front of the mirror and thinking bad of yourself or your looks

Trust me, I did that for a while in my younger age and I regret all of it! If people care about that stuff they are not even worthy of your friendship, relationship or love!
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Why is this a thing? You can get it removed very very easily and quickly.

I removed several moles on my body using a kitchen knife. That's actually very unsafe. But the point is they're removable lmao. Why would you not just get it taken off when it's so quick, painless, and simple?
Doesn’t sound painless tbh haha
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Why is this a thing? You can get it removed very very easily and quickly.

I removed several moles on my body using a kitchen knife. That's actually very unsafe. But the point is they're removable lmao. Why would you not just get it taken off when it's so quick, painless, and simple?
This is one of the most retarded things I've ever read

OP, given your age, if you're doing anything with guys in the next few years they'll probably be too nervous about themselves to even notice a mole. I know that when I was 16 I was in awe of the fact it was even happening I'm not even sure I knew she was there at all.
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I have a mole on my back that’s quite large that I’m insecure about. But I’ve been with my boyfriend for 4 years now and he’s never mentioned it. It’s about finding someone that loves you for you, moles and all. 😂 So don’t worry, you’re far too young to be caring about what people will think of you in the future.
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This is one of the most retarded things I've ever read

OP, given your age, if you're doing anything with guys in the next few years they'll probably be too nervous about themselves to even notice a mole. I know that when I was 16 I was in awe of the fact it was even happening I'm not even sure I knew she was there at all.
No it isn't. FOOL. Doctors can literally freeze moles off or w.e. the hell they do to them in like 5 seconds for barely any money at all.
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No it isn't. FOOL. Doctors can literally freeze moles off or w.e. the hell they do to them in like 5 seconds for barely any money at all.
Do not take medical advice from someone who cuts their moles off with a kitchen knife and thinks its okay because licensed doctors freeze them off. Don't take medical advice from the internet at all, in fact. You end up listening to retarded ideas such as this.
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Do not take medical advice from someone who cuts their moles off with a kitchen knife and thinks its okay because licensed doctors freeze them off. Don't take medical advice from the internet at all, in fact. You end up listening to retarded ideas such as this.
I meant to get a doctor remove it obv.

But I did personally take mine off using knives and blunt rusty nail clipping scissors. There is some possibility that I may be a maniac.
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I meant to get a doctor remove it obv.

But I did personally take mine off using knives and blunt rusty nail clipping scissors. There is some possibility that I may be a maniac.
Not a maniac. Just dumb.
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