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Skin Tag Engorged With Blood
Purple,fluid filled sac on scalp that hangs by a thin piece of skin similar to skin tag. Sac popped when squeezed with minimal pressure ?
Have an exam.: This sounds strange and I can recall nothing from my experience that could explain this. A doctor could have tested the fluid for the presence of blood (a guiac test) and also cultured the fluid. Blood blisters often appear dark, but usually are not on a stalk. Sometimes there are no substitutes for an exam by touching and feeling and looking with your naked eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a normal skin colored small bubble like skin tag externally on my anus, is this warts or hemmerhoids?
Labia appear to extend to anus. It's just a thin flap of skin. Can a female have a perineal raphe? I'm already self conscious from an anal skin tag.
Of course: This is a familiar normal variant.Get a more detailed answer ›
Touching blood and breast milk fluids by hand or by finger bottom nail skin removed to 3mm. no blood only open wound?
Is it possible vulval hidradenitis lesions drain blood/clotted blood instead of pus, and 'drip' blood from lesion? Recurrent in same area?
Hidradenitis: What you are trying to describe is not unusual for this condition, as abscesses can be bloody affairs. Sometimes patients with conditions that are chronic tend to self treat and diagnose themselves, as do many patients with chronic hidradenitis. It may be time for an examination to make sure the blood clots are not from any other source. ...Read more
Tender area in breast. palpate cause brown discharge from nipple. wipe with tissue mostly brown with very very tiny dot of blood. Repeated and same?
Can a gynecologist remove an anal skin tag if the skin tag is very close to the vaginal opening and causing issues??
Several veins in forearm sting. Veins are soft & skin is normal color. Veins engorge when hands by sides and constrict when raised. Thrombophlebitis?
The skin around the anus is itchy dry and pink, some tiny skin raise , a hemorroid in center, what can do with the itch and dry pink skin?
Requires an exam: To answer your question properly, it requires a physical exam to see what is wrong. See you doctor. ...Read more
Will hemorrhoids and anal fissures affect pregnancy.There is no bleeding also.Only irritation.It is below the anal region as loose hanging skin piece
No, but ...: No hemorrhoids or fissure will not affect the pregnancy, but pregrenacy does increase intra-abdominal pressure and that can worsen hemorrhoids and anal fissure. Use a natural fiber such as citrucel and eat smart to keep your bowel movements soft and regular to reduce the effects of pregancy on hemorroids and anal fissure. Try not to sit on the toliet very long and try not to strain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HIV is hard to get: Blood can definitely seep through socks and towels and clothing. But, HIV is not caught through skin. Even damaged skin. There is no risk for HIV infection in the scenario you are alluding to. Millions of humans have been bled upon, shat upon, vomited upon, peed upon, and ejaculated upon but not gotten HIV. HIV is caught sexually and through blood to blood directly. It is not caught through skin. ...Read more
What can I do or buy to remove skin tags on my own? Is there blood supply to it? I bought skin tag remover but no results. Suggestions??
Skin tag self remova: Skin tags are small growths of normal skin which contain a tiny blood vessel that feeds them. You can take a very tiny, pointed scissor and just nip them off. They will bleedt a tiny bit. Another way, is tie a piece of fine string or thread around the bottom near the attachment to the skin, and this will block the blood supply and it will fall off in several d ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a number of very small skin tags around my anus. They're not painful, but they do tend to get itchy. Periodically blood can be seen.
I feel a skin tag in my anal area and above closest to the spine i feel a tear, where the blood is coming out when I wipe. Is this life threatening?
No: See a Dr. This is probably easy to fix. If it is an old hemorrhoid you will need a surgeon. ...Read more
My 4 yr old daughter has a small flap of skin close to her anus. Her underwear seemed to have two streaks of blood on it. Skin tag?
Needs to be checked: External hemorrhoid is also a possibility.It is difficult to answer the question without taking a look so i recommend a pediatrician or family physician consultation as soon as possible. ...Read more
3 wk. old skin tag on right cheek bone 1 in. from my lashes. The stalk came off; no blood. The base is now a hard knot. Can it be removed? Txs!
Small lump under my armpit. two greenish looking dots on it. When popped, the pus was white & extremely thick followed by a skin tag like blood sac..?
She says when ever she wipes after she poops that it is a bright red color of blood, she also says there a good amount of blood. she was born with a skin tag/ mole right around the hole. I'm worried but she doesn't want me to take her to the doctor.
I am not a pediatrician BUT bleeding per rectum is NOT normal.
That skin tag or mole needs to be evaluated.
The range of what be the cause is vast.
From your post I can't say for sure if she needs to go to the Emergency Department right away BUT she needs to be seen and examined by a physician to decide on a plan of action. ...Read more
Dr said I have hemorrhoid& gave me docusate&hydrocortisone cream. Looks like a skin tag w/a blood vessel. Will it ever go away &look Normal? I'm sad
Skin growth/rubbing: Skin tags are extra bits of normal skin, often on little stalks. They most often show up where there's friction: underarms, neck, genitals, and anus (with crohn's disease, for instance). They sometime run in families. They're more common as you age and even more common if overweight. ...Read more
Skin tag removal: Best to see your physician for this one. Occasionally skin tags can cause a bit of bleeding when they are removed and it is best done by your doctor who can see the area clearly and use a local anesthetic with a vasoconstrictor and an agent to stop bleeding after removal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't: Better to see a doctor and get it done right. ...Read more