The Doctors are joined by Jay, who bravely comes forward to reveal he has been dealing with a skin tag on his anus for decades. Proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld examines Jay and offers to help treat him.
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.
The Doctors are with Jay as he undergoes surgery to remove a skin tag “down there.” Find out how Jay is doing after proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld successfully removes his pesky decades-old tag.
The Doctors' Stool Squad, gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and proctologist and colorectal surgeon Dr. David Rosenfeld, return to take on your burning number 2 questions!
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 he says the hemorrhoids have gone away.
Proctologist and colorectal surgeon Dr. David Rosenfeld shares that this common problem is multifactorial but the number one reason for anal itching is stool touching the skin. Is this happening to you?
Bullfighting can be a dangerous and sometimes deadly sport and bullfighter Antonio found out just how scary it can be when he was gored. The Doctors weigh in on the extent of his severe injuries.
Alan has been suffering pain in his butt cheek for more than a year. Originally diagnosed as hemorrhoids, the pain continued despite treatment and eventually became an open wound. Now, Alan has constant drainage from the area. Gastroenterologist Dr....
It’s a special top-to-bottom edition of TMI Tuesday! From uneven breasts to a tear “back there,” see tips and treatments for embarrassing body issues. Plus, The Doctors’ Stool Squad reveals the full scoop on your poop! And, three new ways to boost your be
Alan has been suffering pain in his butt cheek for more than a year. Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez examines Alan and determines that the source of the problem is most likely an anal fistula — a canal leading from the colon all the way out to...