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Medical vs. Surgical: Panniculitis is cellulitis of the abdominal apron or excess abdominal skin in the lower abdomen. It is treated initially with antibiotics and topical medications. If it continues to recur, a panniculectomy, which is removal of the abdominal apron, can be performed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: Rash, irritation where skin overlaps, redness, may be sore to touch, often weeps (fluids). Best to clean often with sterile soap (like hibiclens), rinse, and dry. May use powders and cotton (like shirt tucked into fold to help 'wick' the perspiration. Often needs surgical removal such that overlap is gone. ...Read more
Lobular panniculitis: The panniculus is the mass of skin and fat that hangs off the lower abdomen. The term for an infected or chronically irritated panniculus is panniculitis. Lobular panniculitis is one type of histology seen under the microscope. The other is septal panniculitis, and both can be with or without vasculitis. Mild panniculitis is treated with local skin care, more severe with panniculectomy, tummy tuck. ...Read more
Plastic surgery!: Other than gastric bypass, lap band surgery, or diet and weight loss to decrease the bulk of your panniculus (or pannus), excess hanging abdominal apron skin cannot be exercised away. Keeping things clean, dry, and non-infected is great to try to do, but the only effective way to deal with this is surgical panniculectomy, or even better, complete or fleur-de-lis abdominoplasty. See experienced ps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I was diagnosed with mes enteric panniculitis? Is there any herbs that can help ? See specialist soon but wondered what to expect as far as treatment.
Will Mesenteric Panniculitis go away without treatment? Any known treatments without medication or surgery?
Not known: There is no standard treatment regimen.The first stage, when fat necrosis occurs, many physicians recommend no treatment. Individuals with no symptoms are not treated. Monitored to see whether the disorder progresses (watch and wait). In some cases, the disease may remain at this stage for years or even regress or go away on its own. ...Read more
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