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Watch as Parents Magazine tells you all about common pregnancy problems — skin growths during pregnancy! Skin tags are an out-pouching of skin that occurs most commonly in the armpits, the groin, and on the neck. They are harmless, and many will fall off when you deliver. A dermatologist can easily snip off the ones that don't fall off. Cherry angiomas are red growths made up of little blood vessels. They're also harmless, but will bleed if you scratch them. Cherry angiomas won't go away after pregnancy, but can be treated with lasers. Moles can change during pregnancy because the hormones you're making can stimulate cells to grow and make pigmant. If you think a mole has changed, go see your dermatologist to test for melanoma.
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