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Old 05-29-2007, 04:01 PM   #26
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The fact that skin tags are/may be caused by HPV shouldn't scare anybody -- it just means "Human Papilloma Virus", and there are over 150 strains (as someone else already pointed out.) "Papilloma" in turn basically just means "wart"...

The strain of HPV implicated in cervical cancer is the one commonly associated with genital warts. But just as the herpes simplex virus that causes chicken pox is NOT the same as herpes simplex II (which causes genital herpes), your garden-variety HPV that causes warts on the hands & face isn't the scary kind the vaccine pushers have an expensive product to protect against.

Skin tag removal is usually pretty cheap in the Dr.s office -- I think mine charges $25 for the procedure. So why not let her do it? But if I was really bound & determined to try it myself, I'd either go with an over-the-counter wart removal product, or get some electronics freezer spray at Radio Shack & freeze the sucker off.

Alternatively, one COULD take a can of Dust-Off, turn it upside down, and CAREFULLY deliver a freezing blast to the skin tag that way. That is, if "using this product in a manner contrary to its labeling" was NOT a violation of Federal Law...
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I just went to my doctor and she snipped them off with no problem. It was clean, fairly pain-free and quick. I trust her to do the work with sanitary tools rather than just hacking away at them myself. Just my experience FWIW.
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I have them occasionally and use a very simple method. In some cases they came back, in others not:

1) If you have access to a hospital or a nurse, the issue is to get a small size hemostat (basically a ridged pliers that locks, used mainly to close off blood vessels; staple of many MASH episodes).

2) Initially sterilize the hemostat by dipping the business end (not locked) with rubbing alcohol, then run over an open flame; the tip will ignite in blue flame then go out.**

3) Run a razorblade over the same flame for a few seconds. Then put the hemostat tip in the open flame for about 20 seconds.

4) Clamp the base of the skin tag, then use the razor and slice neatly across the clamped end. Instant cautery. The pain is minimal and no bleeding if done right.

This works for the easier to reach tags. Not to go all TMI but I had one on the bottom of my scrotum that kept coming back; nothing screams KELLY CLARKSON like trimming the thatch down there and getting the trimmer caught on it. Also I do highly recommend that you keep the open flame and the alcohol far away from said nether regions, otherwise you get what the porno industry calls "old style bikini wax".

There is also some type of wart remover that uses intense cold to 'freeze' the wart and it is available OTC I believe. Never tried that on a tag, mainly because I wanted to slice it off and be done with it.

**DISCLAIMER: For thems who have taken microbiology or similar studies, the alcohol and flame burns off any existing bacteria. However, do not get the alcohol on the base of the hemostat or your skin, since you'll quickly get a hand on fire. The flame only lasts for a second but you get all the hair burned off.
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Just wanted to share a gross, funny, and timely skin tag story with the board... about a week ago in the shower my hair somehow got wrapped around a rather huge skin tag growing on my back. This particular tag has often been a pest as it's right in the middle of my back where my bra strap hits and rubs against it, and most frustratingly is completely out of my reach. I've been meaning to ask my doctor to get rid of it for me, but totally forgot last time I was in to see her. Well now with the hair wrapped around it, it's bigger, bulbous, more uncomfortable than ever and truly hideous with my dark hair wrapped around it... I have an appointment with a dermatologist for a week from Friday. I'm likely to take an Xacto knife or hair cutting shears to it before then (kidding... kinda). I begged my hubby to perform the quick surgery for me this weekend, but he was too squeamish. My brother thought his wife might be up for it given her general love of the macabre, but she was off in snoozeland when we asked the other night. I just want someone to rip it off me. Please.

I have about 3 other little ones in various places (one under my left boob, and one in each armpit). I purchased the New Skin bandage stuff and will report back on how it works. I can't reach this nasty one in the middle of my back with the three inch applicator brush the New Skin comes with, but I haven't given up yet. I have paintbrushes...
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Okay, kids, I got me some Liquid Bandage, have applied two coats this evening- and I'll guess I'll wait for a few days to see what happens. I also got some Compound W to continue the experiment. Mwah-ha-ha!

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Interesting fact of the day: skin tags stretch. I had a little one....so I thought I would pull it off. It didn't hurt, but it wouldn't come off, just kept stretching....weird.
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Okay, followup:

I've been using the liquid bandage for several days now and- nothing. No improvement or headway whatsoever. I've been reapplying the bandage on an as-needed basis. I did get the generic product as opposed to the New Skin brand, so mayhap that would make a difference.

I've started with Compound W today on several. I'll post in a few days to let you know how that is working.

After that, I'm gonna try Compound W Freeze Off; surely that'll work. *crosses fingers*

Stay tuned.
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OK, y'all might not believe this, but it's true.

I get skin tags from time to time, usually on my neck, although I think I've had some under my arms. They're pretty small, as a rule. I can't recall the first time I did this, but...I was fiddling with one on my neck one time, and I pulled and pulled, and it just...came off. There was no bleeding. I'd say I've done that maybe 3 or 4 times since then, and always the same thing. It's weird.
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OK, y'all might not believe this, but it's true.

I get skin tags from time to time, usually on my neck, although I think I've had some under my arms. They're pretty small, as a rule. I can't recall the first time I did this, but...I was fiddling with one on my neck one time, and I pulled and pulled, and it just...came off. There was no bleeding. I'd say I've done that maybe 3 or 4 times since then, and always the same thing. It's weird.
Whoa. That's really something. Any pain doing that? Have they grown back?
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Whoa. That's really something. Any pain doing that? Have they grown back?
Very little pain, if any, but I have a high pain threshhold...maybe some mild discomfort, but no worse than tweezing eyebrows (what's really worse is pulling an errant hair from my chin, ouch!) I think I sort of pinched while I pulled, come to think of it. I have very short fingernails, when I have any at all, so I quite likely severed them between my fingernails. They came clean off, leaving no excess behind. I don't recall that it left any mark to speak of, maybe a little pink spot, so I can't say for certain if any of them grew back in the same place. I get them fairly infrequently, so it's not like I do it on a regular basis.

My father had quite a few of them, and he was quite fat for most of my life (at least until I was about 32 or so), so I guess I acquired them from both heredity and from being fat.
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Okay, followup:

I've been using the liquid bandage for several days now and- nothing. No improvement or headway whatsoever. I've been reapplying the bandage on an as-needed basis. I did get the generic product as opposed to the New Skin brand, so mayhap that would make a difference.

I've started with Compound W today on several. I'll post in a few days to let you know how that is working.

After that, I'm gonna try Compound W Freeze Off; surely that'll work. *crosses fingers*

Stay tuned.
I'm very interested in this topic as I've been quoted $275 for a 1/2 hour session to remove skin tags Insurance companies consider them 'not medically necessary' so I would love to be able to take care of these at home. Please note that I have a very low pain threshold, I'm a complete wuss so... any other tips besides using nail clippers would be ideal for me.

Anyway, did the Compound W work???
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That nasty skin tag in the middle of my back that my hair got wrapped around fell off completely on its own the morning of my dermatologist appointment. I kept the appointment anyway and had the doctor look at my other three. She told me she would submit removal of them to my insurance company stating that they were irritated and causing me pain, but if my insurance company refuses to pay, she'd invoice me for $145 EACH. So I took a chance with the one that is bothersome under my left breast. I think she freezed it and sliced it off. Anyway, I'm about 99% sure that it is infected right now. I'm hitting it with Neosporin and a band-aid each morning. I might put the New Skin liquid bandage on it tonight (on my way to work this morning and running late because I keep posting here... heh). The spot on my back where the other simply fell off? Healed perfectly. *sigh*
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Maybe try the same technique on purpose then? Tie some dental floss or thread round the others rather than cutting them off, if thats how your body prefers to get rid of them. I have tried tieing and it hurt more than nipping them off but I dont get infections easily.
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OK, so I finally got to go to the dermatologist. I had actually gone for another problem, but since I just went through having an unexplained rash around my skin tags on the neck, I asked him about them (or tried to). It was kinda like a scene from a cartoon. I tried to spit out my question as quickly as it is humanly possible, as he run passed me on the way to another (more interesting?) patient. All I managed to get out of him was that he doesn't see anything now, so he wouldn't do anything (I tried to get him to remove them). Oh well. Nothing new there. That's the usual treatment I get at the all doctor's offices. Sorry guys, I didn't get any info for you.

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Actually, I've had some results, so I was just getting ready to post again.

The Compound W, applied to two tags on an experimental basis, worked.

One of the tags turned into scar tissue over a period of several days and fell off, almost two weeks after applying the Compound W. I applied the CW four times over a period of two days, then stopped when someone PM'd me and advised me to remove them with sterilized scissors after numbing the area with ice, which would be less painful in the long run than burning it off with the CW.

The other tag formed a scar on its tip, and that scar tissue has fallen off. The rest of the tag remains, however.

So, the CW does work, but it was painful, in a small way, during the last few days, as the tag was directly under one of my breasts, which would brush against the embattled tag, irritating it and causing it to be painful. I am left with a 1 cm pink spot, that may leave a small scar.

Next, I will have Bio remove a couple of tags with sterilized scissors. I'll have to buy a new, sharp pair of scissors, because while I have a million pair of scissors around, none of them are very sharp.

I'll post the results.
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Actually, I've had some results, so I was just getting ready to post again.

The Compound W, applied to two tags on an experimental basis, worked.

One of the tags turned into scar tissue over a period of several days and fell off, almost two weeks after applying the Compound W. I applied the CW four times over a period of two days, then stopped when someone PM'd me and advised me to remove them with sterilized scissors after numbing the area with ice, which would be less painful in the long run than burning it off with the CW.

The other tag formed a scar on its tip, and that scar tissue has fallen off. The rest of the tag remains, however.

So, the CW does work, but it was painful, in a small way, during the last few days, as the tag was directly under one of my breasts, which would brush against the embattled tag, irritating it and causing it to be painful. I am left with a 1 cm pink spot, that may leave a small scar.

Next, I will have Bio remove a couple of tags with sterilized scissors. I'll have to buy a new, sharp pair of scissors, because while I have a million pair of scissors around, none of them are very sharp.

I'll post the results.
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All this talk prompted me to have my sister look at my skin tags and moles to check for regularity. She found a dark spot on the side of my face that's kinda hard for me to see, so I am going to have it looked at soon. It's about the size of two pencil erasers and it's a gray-ish brown color, so it bears professional advice I think.

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Missaf, I know I won't remember to ask next time I see you, but, if you remember, let me know what this is. I have something similar on my chest, though it's the size of a single pencil eraser in diameter and flat.
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......I have something similar on my chest, though it's the size of a single pencil eraser in diameter and flat.
Sorry to butt in, but I just wanted to let you and anyone interested, know the mole ABCD's to watch for in skin cancer:

Asymmetry-irregular shaped moles are more suspicious

Border-irregular or sharply undulating border could mean trouble

Color-black, uneven, or bluish tint spells trouble, but there are instances that very light mole (like the one I had removed) could be cancerous. In this category, I would treat with suspicion anything other than medium brown.

Diameter-if it is any bigger than a pencil eraser have it checked

If any of you guys spot a mole or even an "age spot" that has any of these features, please, please, please have it checked out. I did, and I was very lucky to have caught it in time.

Also, please be aware that skin cancer is not limited to mole-like things. Some cancers can look like fleshy bumps, sores, or even scars. So if you have any things on your skin that are unusual, have them checked. Stay healthy!

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Great post, Chris, thank you.
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*nods* thank you Chris, yes, I just went and got a something that looked like a scar checked and its actually a cyst, so am organising removal. It always pays to be vigilent.
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*nods* thank you Chris, yes, I just went and got a something that looked like a scar checked and its actually a cyst, so am organising removal. It always pays to be vigilent.
I am glad you had it checked out. Better safe now, than sorry later.
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