Dermatofibroma Treatment Overview
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First steps to consider
- Dermatofibromas do not need to be treated, but you should monitor any new bump for changes in color, shape, or discharge.
When you may need a provider
- The bump is growing or changing in color or shape, or there is a discharge.
- You want to get it removed because of the way it looks or it’s bothering you.
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