Skin Things (Part 1)
Skin tags (acrochordons) are harmless flesh-colored growths that occur in areas of friction. They can increase in number during pregnancy and are rarely associated with diabetes.
This type of growth can easily be removed in the office using an alcohol swab and sterile scissors or liquid nitrogen. Once removed, they don’t recur but you’ll often get more in the same areas
Although they’re harmless, it’s best to have any concerning growth evaluated by your doctor