Yeah, that was the question I asked myself in my mind about 7 years ago. It was then that I discovered this hard skin lump on my right forearm that I soon came to discover that is was lipoma. The following years I would continue to develop smaller lipomas on both arms along with my upper thighs. Since I’m studious kind of dude, and enjoy the naturopathic world I decided to dedicate this website to sharing my education, research and discoveries into the theories of what I think causes lipomas, along with documenting my own experiences of removing them naturally over time without having to resort to nasty, painful surgery that can leave embarrassing scars on your body…especially if you have a lot of them! I believe there is a root cause to everything and that’s no exception to the cause of lipomas developing in the body. Traditional medical advice always is geared toward managing symptoms one of which is to “cut it out” if it’s causing a problem. And as I have learned cutting out the lipomas only solves the problem temporarily because for most people they end up growing back over time which clearly points out in my mind that surgery is not the answer for me. So with that said, I’m “looking into it” and sharing what I find with you. Anything on this site is simply my own personal journey, experience, opinion, theories, what’s working for me and so forth as it relates to seeing my own lipomas dissolve or disappear naturally. So what I’m saying here is that if something on this site works for you that’s awesome! However there is no way none of what I share is promised or guaranteed to work for you. Instead give the ideas and things I have tried a chance if you want and see how they work. I do my best to use sound logic linked to the most recent scientific discoveries I have found so you can make your own judgements like I have.
What is lipoma really?
Lipomas are benign, non-cancerous growths on the body that normally occur on the forearms and upper thighs and are usually harmless. Growth of the lipomas can occur anywhere though on the body, but normally develop in fattier locations on the body. They are normally squishy or doughy when you touch them and don’t hurt for the most part. You can usually move them around each direction about a 1/2 inch or more. And if you really get into “the groove” you just might catch yourself naming your lipomas and playing around with them like they were your little pets or something! haa Just a slight dry joke for ya there. The lipomas can harden a bit I’ve observed. There are people I’ve spoken with who have lipomas cross a nerve that cause pain, but most people that I’ve come across don’t experience any pain from their lipomas at all. In my research so far the greater majority of lipoma sufferers begin to develop these soft to hard skin lumps on their body starting in their early thirties. And the major reason why folks decide to surgically remove them is because they’re just tired of having them, and they can be degrade ones confidence a bit too, especially when wearing swimming suits in public. The size of each lipoma ranges from the time you notice them which is usually around the size of a small pebble and then grow to larger sizes comparable to a golf ball or bigger in rare cases. They’re shape is a bit oval and tapering thinner on the outer edges.
Q: What are the traditional medical treatments you have discovered offered by doctors?
A: They usually consist of surgically removing the lipomas, along with options of using steroid injections to shrink the lipomas but they normally don’t disappear, and liposuction is also offered using a needle/syring to suck out the soft to hard lump/tumor from under your skin.
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