I have this strange looking mole on my back and I want to get it checked out soon. I did not even know about it until recently. My wife told me about it one night when she was giving me a back rub, and said that it did not look quite right. I looked at in the mirror later, and I agreed that it looked a bit off. I am going to see a private dermatologist in Manchester to have it checked out next week, because I am a bit worried about it.
I am not sure if it is a cause for concern or not, but I do know that odd looking moles are a warning sign that should be checked out, just in case they happen to be something more serious. I would not think that I am the type of person who would get skin cancer. Mostly because I do not spend a lot of time out in the sun, and I have never spent a lot of time out in the sun during my life time.
I guess that does not exclude the possibility that I could get skin cancer though. It seems quite likely that I could still get skin cancer, even though I have not put myself at risk for it. For instance, people get lung cancer even though they have never taken a puff of a cigarette in their entire life. It seems unfair when stuff like that happens. But I guess the word ‘fair’ does not really apply to it. Life isn’t fair, and cancer doesn’t give you any mercy just because you’ve lived a good life. It is just a risk that we all run in our lives. I hope that they figure out how to cure it though, and maybe they will.