DR YLM. This caused me to strain in the toilet. Suddenly, and very alarmingly, I felt something pop out. I believe it was a pile. I came home and went to a surgeon who told me I not only had piles, but also anal fissures. What is the difference?
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Anal skin tags are a common and benign skin issue. They may feel like small bumps or raised areas on the anus. Although skin tags may be sensitive, they rarely cause pain. However, skin tags can be very uncomfortable and itch.