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As well, there is a pattern to your posts, and lately you've posted several threads about skin tags, lumps, what have you. In the interests of keeping these boards relatively organized, I'm going to ask that you keep this topic in the original thread. Several moderators have already advised that you contact a doctor for these sorts of questions. With that said, I'm going to close this thread.
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