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Fatty Lumps Under Skin

Hello doctors I have small fatty cyst on my whole body how can I remove them permanently.

Hello doctors I have small fatty cyst on my whole body how can I remove them permanently.
Keep the area clean by washing the lump and surrounding skin well with soap. Apply warm, wet washcloths to the lump for 20 to 30 minutes, 3 to 4 times a day. If you prefer, you can also use a hot water bottle or heating pad over a damp towel.
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My reports of mammography and sonography are normal. But it says fatty lump in right axilla and subcutaneous and it is not painful report says lipoma. What should I do. What is it and can it be cured by medicine?

My reports of mammography and sonography are normal. But it says fatty lump in right axilla and subcutaneous and it i...
Hello, yes, it cam be cured, if the reports are normal. Include anti-oxidant rich foods in your diet.
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My wife 38 years old having multiple lipomas all over body. What is the best line of treatment.

My wife 38 years old having multiple lipomas all over body. What is the best line of treatment.
Lipoma treatments include: Surgical removal - Most lipomas are removed surgically by cutting them out. ... Steroid injections - This treatment shrinks the lipoma but usually doesn't eliminate it. ... Liposuction - In this treatment, a needle and a large syringe are used to remove the fatty lump.
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Hi, I have fatty skin lumps across all over my back and stomach. What should I do to remove them?

Hi, I have fatty skin lumps across all over my back and stomach. What should I do to remove them?
Sorry, there is none. Why so hung up on “natural”? People unrealistically clinging to unproven to them natural “cures” have died because they declined to have proper regular treatment for serious diseases, fortunately lipoma isn’t one of them, leave them be unless they’re disfiguring or mechanically in the way, I do. Anything growing fast isn’t a benign lipoma, then see a doc to have it removed.
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I have a lump on my back which is soft could you please tell me what it could be?

I have a lump on my back which is soft could you please tell me what it could be?
A lump on the shoulder, back, chest or arm is most likely to be a lipoma or a cyst. A lipoma is a soft, fatty lump that grows under the skin. It's fairly common, harmless and can usually be left alone. ... It can look a bit like a lipoma but is close to the surface of the skin
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Hi, 2 weeks before, I found a small size lump or something like a mole which looks like white greyish in my left testicle. No pain. No irritation. What should I do?

Hi, 2 weeks before, I found a small size lump or something like a mole which looks like white greyish in my left test...
Cysts are common on the skin and can appear anywhere. They feel like large peas under the surface of the skin. Cysts can develop as a result of infection, clogging of sebaceous glands (oil glands), or around foreign bodies, such as earrings. Suggestion: Applying an ice pack and elevating the area can reduce inflammation and ease pain. You will need antibiotic medications to help the lumps heal if your skin lump is caused by an infection or abscess. Your doctor may prescribe topical medicines to eliminate acne bumps, warts, and rashes.
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Hi, I have got a swelling bump on forehead and it is itching. Also capsule like bumps over my scalp at many places. Please suggest me.

Hi, I have got a swelling bump on forehead and it is itching. Also capsule like bumps over my scalp at many places. P...
Causes: Trauma: Whether it’s from a fall, a collision on the soccer field, a car accident, or other high-impact contact, trauma is a leading cause of hematomas. A goose egg is essentially just a bruise on the forehead. These bumps often turn black and blue after a day or two. When the tiny blood vessels under the skin are injured, blood leaks out into the surrounding tissue, causing the swelling that forms a bump or knot on the head. Cyst: A cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms just underneath the skin. It’s usually soft to the touch and appears whitish or yellowish. There are several types of cysts that can appear on the forehead. One of the more common cysts is formed when keratin cells move deeper into your skin and form a sac. Keratin is a protein in the skin. Normally keratin cells move up to the surface and die. When they move the other direction, they can cluster in a cyst that swells as it grows. Osteoma A benign little outgrowth of bone, called an osteoma, can form a forehead bump. Typically, an osteoma grows slowly and has no other symptoms. An osteoma can usually be left alone. But if the growth is bothersome from an appearance standpoint or is causing some symptoms (such as vision or hearing problems) due to its location, treatment may be appropriate. Lipoma A lipoma is a growth of fatty tissue that can develop under the skin, causing a soft, pliable lump to form on the forehead. Lipomas also tend to form on the neck, shoulders, arms, back, thighs, and abdomen. Skull malformation If you’ve had a facial fracture or other skull injury, it’s possible that a lump could form on your forehead as the bones heal and fuse together. Bites or stings An insect bite or sting can cause a small red lump to form on the forehead. These bumps are usually unmistakable and typically require no treatment. Try leaving a bite alone and taking an antihistamine to help reduce swelling and itching. If you too have pimple and acne on your forehead, you can try out these simple and easy home remedies to get rid of the bumps. A clean scalp As suggested by experts, the bumps on your forehead are caused by dandruff in your scalp. So, if you get rid of the dandruff you can get cure the bumps on your forehead. You can use a mild anti-dandruff shampoo Oily skin Oily skin can be the biggest cause of bumps on forehead as forehead falls in the deadly oily T-zone. So do something about the clogged pores and excess oil on your skin. For oily skin Take some multani mitti and add some rose water, and apply to your face. This will not only help you get rid of excess oil from your face. Doing it twice a week is enough to balance the oil. Or you can wash your face regularly with some cold water, with some rose water added in it to reduce the oil from your face. Lemon juice Take some lemon juice and dab on the zits with a cotton ball before going to bed. The lemon will work at night and you won’t have to step out in sun with lemon on your face as it can lemon can react on your skin in sunlight. Wash off in the morning. Tomato juice Rich in antioxidants, the tomato juice can cure the pimples and acnes. Just extract the juice and apply on your face. Wash off with some cold water splashes in 15 minutes. But see if your skin is not sensitive to tomatoes. Apple cider vinegar Some apple cider vinegar will work same as lemon or tomato juice. Take a cotton ball and dab some apple vinegar on the zits before going to bed, regular use of apple cider vinegar will cure the zits.
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I am Suffering from lipoma on my both hand, Its not painful but before it was 2 or 3 and now its increase up to 8 or 10, what should I do for remove its.

I am Suffering from lipoma on my both hand, Its not painful but before it was 2 or 3 and now its increase up to 8 or ...
You can do surgery to remove the lipomas Lipoma treatments include: Surgical removal. Most lipomas are removed surgically by cutting them out. Recurrences after removal are uncommon. Possible side effects are scarring and bruising. ... Liposuction. This treatment uses a needle and a large syringe to remove the fatty lump.
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I am 39 years old female facing the problem of internal haemorrhoids for the past 12 yrs. I have no problem of constipation. I am also very careful about my diet as well. tried all allopathic, homeopathic n ayurvedic treatment bt nothing worked. Pls suggest me some beneficial remedy for its treatment.

I am 39 years old female facing the problem of internal haemorrhoids for the past 12 yrs. I have no problem of consti...
PILES OR HEMORRHOIDS CAUSES OF PILES 1. Improper eating habits, Junk food. 2. Straining to empty your bowels, for example if you have constipation. 3. Indigestion & Prolonged Constipation. 4. Ageing – as you get older you may be more likely to get piles because your anal canal weakens. 5. Diarrhoea lasting a long time. 6. Long-term coughing. 7. Having a family history of piles. 8. Excessive Oily, Spicy, fatty & Non-Veg food. 9. Lack Of High Fiber Diet. 10. Long sitting working hours. 11. Prolong use of Antibiotics & Allopathic drugs. 12 Pregnancy & Overweight. 13. Excessive Heavy weight lifting. TYPES Depending on the origin & morphology Piles or Hemorrhoids are broadly classified as :- 1. Internal Piles (Hemorrhoids): Occurs in Anal Canal & Rectum. 2. External Piles (Hemorrhoids): Outside Anal Canal near anal opening. Internal Piles are further classified as :- 1.Grade-I :- Hemorrhoids (Piles) are still in the interior anal canal & there is no protrusion or prolapsed. However there is minor itching or pain. 2. Grade-II :- Hemorrhoids (Piles) are similar to grade-I however bleeding is also observed at this stage. Additionally some small protrusion will come outside during bowels & reverts back to its original position. 3. Grade-III :- When hemorrhoids reaches at stage-III, they have all the symptoms of earlier stages only the prolapsed or protrusion will not return to its original position on its own & must be manipulated back into the anal canal manually. 4. Grade-IV :- This is a final stage and haves all symptoms of earlier stage except haemorrhoids can no longer be manipulated back into place in the rectum. SYMPTOMPS OF PILES :- 1. Constipation 2.Bleeding along with bowel movement – you may see blood on toilet paper or on your faeces. 3.A lump in or around your anus. 4.A feeling that your bowels haven’t emptied completely. 5.Watery discharge or mucous from anus, or leaking faeces. 6.Itchy or sore skin around your anus. 7.Pain and discomfort during or after a bowel movement. PREVENTION OF PILES 1. Eat plenty of fibre-rich foods such as fruit, vegetables, wholegrain cereal, wholegrain rice and pasta, nuts, beans and pulses. Aim to eat 20 to 30g of fibre a day. As a guide, half a cup of bran cereal contains nearly 10g of fibre and a medium-sized apple has about 3.5g. 2.Drink plenty of fluids & have lite but regular exercise. 3.Avoid caffeinated drinks & Alcohol. 4.Avoid sitting for long time in same place. 5.Don’t fight the urge, when you have to go, go. This is one of the simplest ways to prevent Piles. “Ignoring Nature's Call has its own risks, and hemorrhoids are one of them”. 6.Drink 4 liters of water every day. U can consult me on number Nine five three five four two zero seven seven zero AYURVEDIC TREATMENT 1.MEDICINAL -FOR UNCOMPLICATED GRADE 1 AND 2. 1.Arshoghni vati. 2.Tab.Anuloma 3.Abhayarista. SURGICAL FOR COMPLICATED 3 AND 4 GRADE. KSHARASUTRA special ayurvedic parasurgical procedure. Sucessful results Immidiate Easy recovery without possible recurrence and without side effects as compaired to allopathic surgeries. KSHARA KARMA AGNI KARMA NOTE: SELECTION OF TREATMENT EITHER MEDICINAL OR SURGICAL IS DEPENDS UPON SEVIRITY GRADES AND SURGEONSSELECTION FOR THE BEST OF DISEASES. IT IS ANALYSED AFTERVTHROUGH CLINICAL CHECK PER ANAL CHECK UPS. I NEED your DETAILED HISTORY INVESTIGATIONS AND your PREVIOUS TREAMENT DETAILS TO EVALUATE EXACTL TREATMENT FOR POSSIBLE CURE. I HAVE GOOD AYURVEDIC TREATMENT SAFE. EFFECTIVE.NO SIDE EFFECTS FOR PILES PROBLEM. U CAN CONSULT ME FOR THIS PROBLEM. I WISH HAPPY HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS LIFE AHEAD. GOD BLESS U.
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