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Do you have a risky mole?

Welcome to the ORS self-diagnosis test. Answer the following 7 questions and learn if You have a risky mole or not.

Spotting a mole that is changing, effectively showing any sign of evolution, is one of the most significant steps in early detection of melanoma. However, spotting any sign of evolution doesn’t instantly point to already having a melanoma, yet it’s just a mild alarm “a yellow light“ that leads You to an examination by Your doctor or to a dermoscopy in specialized health facilities that deal with moles.

Sudden growth is spotted as a clear, noticeable spreading of the mole width-wise or it’s vertical rise

The growth of moles in children and youth up to the age of 20, that follows normal natural growth is not what we would call sudden growth.

Do You have a mole that suddenly started growing?

A mole has changed shape if it was level, and now it’s elevated, or it was round, and now it’s elliptical

Do You have a mole that has changed shape?

This kind of mole change is described when a mole acquires a color that it didn’t use to have previously, but also when it loses pre-existing colorst.

Do You have a mole that has changed color?

Leaking, bleeding or crusting are the signs that can be clearly spotted.

Answer this question with „Yes“ in all cases when You notice even one of the three aforementioned signs, whether You are certain or not if You have injured the mole. Leaking doesn’t have to be abundant for You to answer „Yes“, even a drop that smears Your clothes is enough .

Do You have a mole that is leaking, bleeding or crusting?

Redness around the mole and it’s “tension” are the signs of mole inflammation.

Do You have a mole that is inflamed?

When the sensation of itching, tingling or pain is noticed, it is often unclear whether that information comes from the mole itself or from it’s surrounding. However, in both cases, it is a small but clear warning that an event has occurred, and that it needs to be checked out, but nothing more than just that.

Do You have a mole that itches, tingles or pains?

A mole has been injured if You can clearly remember the moment of injury, but it can be injured even when You are uncertain, but there was leaking, bleeding or crusting.

Do You have a mole that has been injured?

The test is finished.

Click the button to see Your results and the doctor’s recommendations.

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