my father has a very little orange blob on his left hand, is there anything to worry about and...
what is it? it is probably a millimetre in size
1 mm of lump/blob on skin should not frighten anyone. Various changes on skin happen very often, to everyone, because of many possible reasons (hormonal, food, vitamin insufficiency, mineral insufficiency, stress, aging, esposure to chemicals etc.) Majority of this changes on the skin heal itself naturally, or do not cause any further problems, neither continue to grow.
If he wants to know what exactly it is, he should visit dermatologist.
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