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According to the famous art of moles, “people who have a mole on buttocks are non-ambitious, and will be contented to any anything in life.” However, in some contrasting ideas based on some beliefs that the “moles on buttocks can make a person lucky when gambling’. Another saying goes that “ A mole on buttocks signifies intelligence, wisdom and creativity and the person will rise to prominence and be highly respected” by others. The study of the significance of moles in the body is based on some interpretations and there is no harm in considering this belief as long as the moles on buttocks do not pose any health risk at all.

Melanoma usually occurs in sun-exposed areas. Moles on buttocks could appear easier if the person wears bikinis when going swimming outdoors. When the buttock is overexposed to the UV rays of the sun, there is a tendency of developing skin spots and pigmentations such as moles on buttocks. Women who are fond of sunbathing and lying on sun tanning beds and saloons are more vulnerable to getting moles on buttocks.

Moles on buttocks should not be a problem as long as they don’t change its pattern. However white people or Caucasians are more at risk of getting melanoma than African Americans. People with darker skin have more protection against UV rays than white-skinned people. This is due to the protective effect of skin pigment. White people with red or blond hair and blue eyes could get freckles or burns easily and are at high risk of developing melanoma. Melanoma can develop in dark-skinned people as well particularly on the soles of the feet, palms of the hands and in the genital area where these areas are non-exposed to the sun.

The symptoms of melanoma found in moles on buttocks are no difference than that of other moles in the body. The so-called ABCD of moles describe the pointers on what to look for in a mole. A is for asymmetry, B for border, C for color and D for diameter. Moles that are changing into malignant melanoma have unsymmetrical shape, rough borders, and larger diameters and have more than one color present.

Checking your skin on a regular basis will make you become familiar with your moles on buttocks and if there are any changes it can be noticed right away. These warning signs are crucial for finding suspicious moles on buttocks that may present a high risk of melanoma if not treated at an early stage. When bad moles on buttocks are detected and properly treated in its early stages, there is a 95 percent chance of cure. If left untreated, the cancer cells will spread affecting other parts of the body and other organs as well. Early prognosis is the key to a cure. Should you spot suspicious moles on buttocks, it is wise to contact a dermatologist as soon as possible.