Today I noticed two moles on my back with large dark circles around them. I have attached the photos of one affected area only. I have always had these moles, but have never seen these dark circles until today. I have had biopsies of moles from my back before and they were not cancerous. However, in the past, my dermatologist and a plastic surgeon removed a pre-cancerous mole removed from my right calf and a suspicious mole from my right bicep. My mother had a melanoma removed. I am also recovering from a case of shingles on my face. Could my immune system have been weakened from fighting off whatever is going on with these moles? Please explain.
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