Hemorrhoids are anal blood vessels that are a normal part of your anatomy. They can be internal—blood vessels found in the moist tissue of the inner lining of the anus. They also can be external—blood vessels found under the skin just outside the anus. Hemorrhoids can become abnormal and problematic when they become dilated or engorged.
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Skin tag on anus can occur either inside or just around your butt hole. Skin tags are small, soft flesh colored growths that hang off the skin. They similar in appearance with warts small, grainy growths that mostly occur on hands and fingers. Skin tags on anus are harmless, painless and will often vary in color and size. They can also be found on your neck, armpits, and groin and under the breast.
Skin tags are raised areas or bumps on the outer surface of the skin. Anal skin tags are common and while they might be sensitive, itchy, cause some discomfort, and make keeping clean more challenging, they are not usually painful. It can be distressing to find a lump or a bump in the perianal area or to have symptoms such as itching, but skin tags are benign not cancerous and typically small sometimes only a few millimeters.
Hemorrhoids, also called piles, happen when clusters of veins in your rectum or anus get swollen or dilated. When these veins swell, blood pools and causes the veins to expand outward into the membranes around your rectal and anal tissue. This can become uncomfortable or painful. But when they expand, they can look like red or discolored bumps or lumps.