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Originally posted by saint4God
The body replaces cells after about a month's time. It seems one cell was involved in the overproduction and transmitted through normal cell to cell interactions with neighboring cells. It doesn't sound like something to worry about unless they become hard and start growing under the dermal layer. That's when you have to check for cancerous growths though it sounds like it would not be the case. Trust the doctors. I say more than one because a second or third opinion can only help.
Body marks in our youth are not generally accepted, but later on they are considered character