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They dont usually feel painful and can be removed during an in-office procedure. After the removal be sure to rest and not do strenuous exercise. Anal skin tags are typically small, measuring a few millimeters or less. They often go unnoticed or cause no problems and can be left alone. Anal skin tags are also known as hypertrophied papillae or fibro epithelial polyps. An anal skin tag may at times occur right at the opening, or the perimeter of the anus. This is a special kind of anal skin tag, which is known in the medical community as a perianal skin tag. Skin tag around anus also called an anal skin tag is a non-cancerous skin growth. It is made up of the excess skin appearing near the opening of the anus. These harmless growths are sometimes associated with an anorectal problem such as hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and pruritus ani. Skin tags on anus or buttocks are growths that usually hang off the skin around and outside of the anus or buttocks. Although they are harmless, they can be bothersome especially if they are large, raised and itchy. This page provides a comprehensive outlook of this condition with pictures, causes and how you can remove, get rid and treat skin tags on anus. How to treat anal skin tags(acrochordon)- skin tags are flaps of the tissues that protrudes from the surface of the skin and are attached to the skin through a stalk. Many of the physicians may describe skin tag with acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, and soft fibroma. All of these terms describe skin tags and are benign (noncancerous), painless skin growths. Anal skin tags that are flaps of skin often left over from severe hemorrhoids and can only really be treated by surgically removing them if you were so desperate. Medical photo and picture of this type of anal skin tags can be found here, courtesy of a chap with crohns disease. Anal skin tags are not the result of anal intercourse or sexually transmitted diseases. In fact, they are often associated with anal fissures, hemorrhoids and other rectal problems or surgeries. Anal fissures, or tears, can occur from consistently hard stools.