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    mld761

    i can say with a garentee i have had this for a year, so i dont know if that means im out of the woods or not since im not too familiar with the rate skin cancer might work. but since i recently found out just about anything i think looks normal could be otherwise i thought id get it looked over. im setting up an appointment but id like to get anyone's opinion on this in the meantime. it might be hard to look at so let me put it in context. it's the largest mark on my body close to the diameter of a pencil and it's got a blotchy edge, it's slightly lighter in the center and a little on top, and i mean very slightly. it isnt elevated at all, had no unusual texture, and i dont feel any unusual sensation from it. it would of been nice if i had known if its always been there or not.i got irish skin and my dad had agent orange exposure and is a recent cancer survivor so ive had a few scares already with other stuff so i like to start keeping up on this stuff. http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/3658/99534931.jpg http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/940/45478534.jpg

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    mld761

    I can literally hear my murmur during sexual activity, it's like having a stethoscope hooked up to a speaker; like a muffled, pulsating squeak. It's very uncomfortable and I'm not exactly sure if it's life threatening or not. At first I thought it was my lungs but even when I hold my breath and follow my pulse it's still there. Now more recently I've been feeling tingling running up the left side of my chest along with my right arm. I'm not sure if it's just my mind getting carried away with the idea of a heart attack or what. I had a murmur confirmed two years ago but it had just barely qualified as a technical murmur. Is it possible in such a short period of time I could have developed a serious heart problem? I'm 20 years old and neither of my parents suffer any sort of heart disease. I'm very concerned but then again I don't want to go to a doctor looking like an idiot so I thought I'd ask here first.

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