• If the dermatologist who has seen it and has extensive knowledge of skin conditions doesn't know, I don't think anyone on Answerbag will know either. If the dr. isn't concerned, then you shouldn't be either. Some things just happen, and eventually go away o.O
  • maybe you should see another dermotologist that knows what theyre doing

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