I have a birthmark similar to this but a bit smaller and it's close to one of my nipples. I've thought about getting it removed but it's quite expensive. A few guys have seen my breasts and I've seen them look at it but not say anything so I don't know if they thinking "oh, that's interesting" or "ew, what's that?" I just wondered what guys think about things like this.
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- 18-07-2009 18:07
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- 18-07-2009 18:08
I'd be curious to know what it was, and then, after I'd found out it wasn't some scab / infection / blood clot / mould, I wouldn't care.
- 18-07-2009 18:12
its a birth mark (they are weird if they think anythings wrong with it).I have two (look like big freckles) one I would tell you but ull lol too much if I tell you. Its not worth having it removed (i think)
- 18-07-2009 18:15
I have a small mole just above where the bottom of the bra sits. I have a birth mark on my ankle aswell but its a pale orange/brown shade and not too noticable. Most of us have the odd marks somewhere on our bodies. Unless it's causing real problems I think you would be better to just accept it and I'm sure if you think someone is worth stripping down for then they will be able to accept it as well.
- 18-07-2009 18:31
I have a cafe-au-lait mark about the size of the bottom of a coffee mug on my left thigh. Any guy that's seen it has never made a fuss, and my bf says he likes it a lot. Still it stops me showing bare legs in the summer.
Have you spoken to a doctor? They might remove it on the NHS if it's really affecting your self esteem. However it'd probably leave a scar in it's place.
- 18-07-2009 18:46
I have a strawberry mark on my cheek, no one's ever cared. And I think it's a bit more off-putting if it's on your face. A few guys have asked me about it but once you say the word 'birthmark' they tend to go 'oh I have one of them' and it's not an issue.
I had it partly removed as a child (well, I had about 10 laser treatments but it's still more than half there) and I don't think it's worth it for you. It really hurts, and as you said it's expensive if not done on the NHS. Probably better just to accept it.
- 18-07-2009 18:49
- 18-07-2009 19:31
My birthmark on my neck has never bothered me... I actually forget I have it, and my boyfriend said he's grown so used to it he doesn't even notice it any more. I guess everyone's different.
- 18-07-2009 20:13
Weird, I have one in the same place!
Anyhoo, I went to the doctor when I was younger about getting it removed, just in case it turned cancerous or whatnot, but they said it would leave just as big a scar behind.
It's part of you, so I guess guys'll just have to get used to it
- 18-07-2009 21:06
I would have said the thing in that picture looks more like a mole than a birth mark, i'm not sure what the difference is but either way it's not a hideous disfigurement or anything. After all, Kate Moss has a mole/birth mark next to her nipple and that doesn't seem to put me off her.