They may or may not contain the pigment melanin. They are usually multiple, but they can occur in isolation, where they usually take on a larger size. These growths are benign in nature, but they can interfere with normal daily activities.
They are located in places where a person sweats the most and where the fabric rubs against the skin, which can irritate the fibroids. Therefore, it is advisable to remove them. They are influenced by genetic factors, but they are not contagious like warts and grow spontaneously on the body.
The most modern and widely used method for their removal is laser. We will remove growths in a few minutes, without scalpel or blood.