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Itchy painful lump on abdominal region

i have an itchy painful lump protruding from my anus its always hanging down and too painful to touch i have this for almost 7 days now its pink fleshy colour like a tear drop shape not bleeding is this piles have been using anusol hc ointment for 3 days and no improvement
Asked On : Sun, 20 Feb 2011
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Anal skin tags are frequently confused with other anorectal conditions such as hemorrhoids or anal warts.Anal skin tags usually start due to an anorectal injury, trauma, or inflammatory lesion.Skin tags are not cancerous, nor have skin tags ever been found to become cancerous over time.Anal skin tags can cause a few problems, such as anal itching.If any anal skin tag does start hurting, it's a symptom of an underlying problem and should probably be seen by a doctor to determine the exact cause.Hope this information helps. Have a nice day.
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