Wart or hemorroids or skin tag around anus?

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Hello,

I have a history of warts around my anogenital area but i got them burned and they didint come back. But in the meantime i had a little bump on my anus, which doctors said that is not a wart so they didnt burn it while burning my anogenital warts. Now on my bottom there is still a swollen area as seen on the picture. What is this any thoughts?

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  • Posted

    Probably a haemorrhoid, but didn't the doctors say what it was?

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    It looks like a roid to me. I have hpv as well and had to have many frozen off over the years, but it seems as though I have developed anti bodies to it, because I have not seen a wart on me for more than 5 years. You may be at that point as well. So don't worry so much about them.

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      I am still clear of them. I do believe that after a while one will develop anti bodies to it and they will go away until your immune system is weakened from something. I have a weak immune system and still no sign of them, but they can cause cancer. Usually the strain that causes warts doesn't cause cancer. Usually one will get more than one strain when exposed, so that will always be a concern.

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    looks like maybe a fissure. can you take another picture zoomed out a little so its not so fuzzy. its hard to see. i just realized the post is old. you can message me if you still have problems.

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