Difficulty Getting Clean ‘Down There’?
The Doctors Get Real about Popular TikTok Hacks
Ask an Expert: Essential Summer Sleep Tips to Beat the Heat
Ask an Expert: The Vital Post-Surgery Steps You Need to Follow
Cult Expert Rick Ross Identifies Popular Groups That Could Be Cu…
Ask an Expert: Why Colorectal Cancer Rates are Rising in Young P…
3 Things to Discuss before Your Divorce
See Burn Victim’s Transformation after Treatment!
How Does a Fracturing Laser Treatment Work to Treat Burn Scars?
Woman Is Healing Her Scars from the Inside Out!
Why the Butt Lift Is the Latest Surging Plastic Surgery Trend
Actress Shares the Joy of Working during Lockdown
Childhood Burn Victim Returns after Years of Scar Treatment
Actress Eva LaRue on Grieving Her Pandemic Losses
Who Is the Ideal Patient for a Non-Surgical Butt Lift?
Jim Gray Shares What Makes Someone the Greatest Athlete of All T…
Ask an Expert: 5 Reasons There Is Blood in Your Stool
The Doctors' Favorite Products to Elevate Your Next Bathroom Tri…
Kamala Harris and Nicole Kidman’s Hair Stylist on the ‘Look’ Eve…
4 Relationship Issues That Could Lead to Divorce
The following material contains mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised.
The Doctors meet Jay, who says he developed hemorrhoids in his 30s when he was overweight. Since then, he has begun exercising and eating healthier food and says the hemorrhoids have gone away.
But, he reveals that he now has a few "little fleshy things" inside his anus, which he says prevents him from cleaning properly and he calls them a "nuisance."
Proctologist and colorectal surgeon Dr. David Rosenfeld says this is a common problem and examines Jay to determine what he is dealing with.
After the examine, Dr. Rosenfeld is happy to report that Jay does not have a serious issue like cancer and is dealing with a skin tag inside the anus. He tells Jay the only way to treat the issue is to have it surgically removed, which he offers to do at no cost to Jay.