The mole is flat to the touch, nothing to feel, about 4-5mm long and 3mm wide
In this case, we should first consider the bleeding of the subcutaneous tissue caused by trauma, and also consider the local bleeding point.There are no uncomfortable symptoms, do not worry too much.There is no effect.If you feel that the area has increased and there are symptoms of pain, you should go to the hospital promptly.If necessary, a local ultrasound can be done to clarify the diagnosis.
If you have a red pigmented nevus, you do not need to treat it if you do not feel anything abnormal, just pay attention to it because it is not a part that can be easily rubbed.
Hello, from the description of your medical history and the pictures sent, you can continue to observe this red mole at present, you don't need to worry too much, it is mostly benign change. If the mole suddenly grows, local ulcers and necrosis or obvious itching and other symptoms appear, you can go to the local hospital to do minor surgery and remove the treatment to prevent malignant change.