Tags are growths on the skin that are soft and small in size. They are observed to be harmless, but they may lead to annoyance and irritation. Generally, they are situated in the armpits, on the neck, in the folds of the groin area, under the breasts and on the eyelids. Middle aged adults who are also obese are most likely to develop skin tags, and the number of skin tags may range from one to hundred. A majority of doctors suggest that skin tags should only be removed if they become causes of severe discomfort. Some methods use to remove them are tying, cutting, sutures and surgery.
HOW IS TAGS DIAGNOSED?
Almost every person has the possibility of developing a skin tag at some point their life.