Skin tags are pedunculated non-cancerous growths on the skin, which are painless. These are common in people above the age of 50 years and are prevalent in both males and females. It usually occurs in skin fold areas like the groin, thighs, armpits, eyelids, neck, and below the breasts. These are eliminated by cryotherapy, surgery, electrosurgery, and ligation.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am a 24 year old female. Last week, I suddenly saw blood in my stool, and I have a small lump in my anus. I consulted a doctor, and she gave me Dulcoflex and an ointment. It was fine for 10 days, but now again I feel that lump and saw blood in the stool. What could be the reason? Ar... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. This is anal fissure, and that lump is an anal tag. I suggest you try doing the following: Drink plenty of fluids. Consume lots of green leafy vegetables. Sit in warm water three times a day for fifteen days. Apply Lox 2 % gel (Lidocaine) after sitting in warm w... Read Full »