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How To Prevent Lipoma From Returning
I have lipomas, how can I prevent more from returning or get rid of them with alternative medicine?
Not much helps: Lipomas are benign fatty "tumors" which are harmless and quite common. Genes determine who is likely to get a lot of them. There is no current preventative medication or treatment allopathic or alternative that i know of, but the treatment is pretty simple. They are often easily removed in an outpatient surgical procedure with local anesthesia when needed. If they don't hurt, leave them alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sir, there are 20 painfull lipoma in my body and i heard if we go to surgery then its increase more faster then before. So please help about my next step?
Surgery probably: Likely you have lipomatosis- a condition with many lipomas occurring in the body, often running in families. Unfortunately, surgery remains the only effective treatment. If it is excised completely, it treats the lipoma but does not prevent new ones from forming. The surgery does not cause those removed to grow faster, but the remaining ones will obviously continue growth unless also removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you recommend if I have a large lipoma on my back near the spine, can this foul smell be coming from this, for about 2 yrs.?
Will having lipomas in lower back affect an epidural or spinal block given before having a csection?
Weeks: After deep tissue surgery, 6 weeks of restrictions apply. This does not prevent you from exercising while lying on your back - weights, legs, arms. Walking is not restricted. You can exercise in water after the wound is healed. Pleased to hear you are motivated to stay fit. Physical therapy will be helpful if you have mechanical problems with the area that needed surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fatty tumor: Lipomas are benign (non-cancerous) fatty growths. They have been reported just about everywhere in the body, but are usually seen under the skin. They can be observed if they are small, but are commonly removed if they are enlarging, causing deformity, tender, etc. Generally, once removed, they do not return. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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