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How do I get rid of lipomas cheaply?

Not cheap, rather... ...Inexpensive. Depending on the size and location of the lipoma, they may often be removed under local anesthesia in an office setting. Find a surgeon who performs these as above and you can avoid both the hospital or and anesthesia charges. Read more...

Will burning fat get rid of lipoma?

NO. A lipoma is an isolated tumor, not a normal subcutaneous fat collection. It won't be affected by your personal systemic weight loss. Read more...
No. Burning fat won't get rid of lipoma. http://patient.info/health/lipoma-leaflet. Read more...

Is having injection shots of lipodissolve on lipoma is effective. I have multiple lipomas I want to get rid of them or shrink soo much so they notseen?

NO. First must to have a biopsy of one lesion , most of the time when multiple are usually neurofibromas not lipomas , most likely some one in your family has them also , can not be dissolved safely with injections , best option will be removal. Read more...
It works. But takes a while and us uncomfortable . Have done it before. Read more...

Are there any at home remedies I can use to get rid of a large lipoma I have on my arm?

No. Unfortunately, the only way to get rid of a lipoma is to surgically remove it. Happily, these are often very minor operations that can be performed in an office setting under local anesthesia in less than 30 minutes. If this lipoma is interfering with the quality of your life, i recommend seeing a surgeon. Read more...
Unlikely. If large, growing, and or painful removal is best option. Read more...

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 more...
No. They are spontaneous growths. Many have them. Some have a lot= lipomatosis . If growing substantially or bruising, or painful, removal is an option a very few become liposarcomas and bad actors. If "alternative medicine" has a role, i haven't learned that. Read more...