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If this is a mole you have had since childhood, it may be a congenital nevus. These do have a tendency to malignant degeneration. Although it is reassuring that the mole itself does not seem to be changing, itching is a suspicious sign. For that reason it would be prudent to seek the services of your physician or dermatologist. They can use an instrument called a dermatoscope which is a type of light which can help differentiate between benign and a troublesome lesion. Many dermatologists would argue that it would be wise to remove the congenital nevus, as a prophylactic measure. Since it is located on the buttocks, one would have less cosmetic concern.
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