I have a wart that's bleeding, should I see a gp?

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It has been for a couple of month but last month after bleeding once it started to get bigger slightly, from about 2mm to about 5mm diameter, it looks like there's blood under the skin (a black lump taking over 3 quarters of the affected area and it's under a layer of skin)
I don't know if this is too minute and normal to go away on it's on or if I should be concerned
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It has been for a couple of month but last month after bleeding once it started to get bigger slightly, from about 2mm to about 5mm diameter, it looks like there's blood under the skin (a black lump taking over 3 quarters of the affected area and it's under a layer of skin)
I don't know if this is too minute and normal to go away on it's on or if I should be concerned
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It has been for a couple of month but last month after bleeding once it started to get bigger slightly, from about 2mm to about 5mm diameter, it looks like there's blood under the skin (a black lump taking over 3 quarters of the affected area and it's under a layer of skin)
I don't know if this is too minute and normal to go away on it's on or if I should be concerned
Don't listen/ try to get medical advice on this platform - not everyone here is a doctor and misinformation can be spread so easily!! See a GP! But be careful. I'd also go now before corona gets really bad and they limit the number of GP's for their actual use!!
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It has been for a couple of month but last month after bleeding once it started to get bigger slightly, from about 2mm to about 5mm diameter, it looks like there's blood under the skin (a black lump taking over 3 quarters of the affected area and it's under a layer of skin)
I don't know if this is too minute and normal to go away on it's on or if I should be concerned
Well, you should probably ring 111 first and ask them for help / what you should, then if they tell you to go and physically see a doctor, you should. Otherwise, due to the rapid spread of the corona virus, its best to stay inside and keep away from others.
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