Anal Skin Tag
Anal skin tags are shapeless flaps or lumps of flesh usually found at the anal verge, where the inside of the anorectal canal becomes the outside of the body. Anal skin tags are also known by the names of "cutaneous papillomae" and "acrochordon"
They are not contagious, and may occur alone or in multiples.
Cause of Anal Skin Tag
Anal skin tags usually start due to an anorectal injury, trauma, or inflammatory lesion.
For example, if an external hemorrhoid swells up large and is cured at home
Signs and Symptoms of Anal Skin Tag
Anal skin tags don't have many symptoms.
Most people only become aware of their presence when felt during wiping.