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Help & Support: Moles

See your GP if you have a mole that:

  • has an irregular or asymmetrical shape
  • has an irregular border with jagged edges
  • has more than one colour – it may be flecked with brown, black, red, pink or white
  • is bigger than 7mm in diameter
  • is itchy, crusting or bleeding
  • Any of the above changes means there's a chance you have malignant melanoma, a form of skin cancer.

Other Helpful Information:

BLEEDING

You should also see your GP if you have any unexplained bleeding.

BREAST CANCER

See your GP if you notice a lump in your breast or if you have a lump that's rapidly increasing in size elsewhere on your body.

BOWEL CANCER

See your GP if you've experienced changes in bowel habits that have lasted more than a few weeks.

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