Jay first appeared on The Doctors earlier this season, where he asked a question about anal skin tags in our Medical Confessional. Proctologist Dr. Rosenfeld offered to remove his skin tag and we followed along for the procedure.
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Jay asked an embarrassing question about anal skin tags earlier this season in The Doctors Medical Confessional. Proctologist Dr. Rosenfeld offered to remove Jay’s skin tag, and The Doctors followed along for the procedure.