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Multiple Lipoma
Have lipoma around 10 in my body. And just now new one's growing in some places. Need help to stop growth of these. Thanks!
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Surgery is the only option for lipoma. Laboratory work up will suggest fitness.
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Hi there. A detailed evaluation will be required for proper diagnosis and treatment. Does anyone else in your family has similar problems? There are some familial forms like multiple lipomatosis which need proper diagnosis.
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Please take online consultation with a neurologist
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It is a concerning problem...but lipomas can be treated only with surgery if indicated...no medication as such.. But u can check lipid profile and try doing physical activity...
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Lipomas- If they get infected or painful then only we have to think of treating it. To stop growth of  new ones, there are no medicines, but u can try avoiding fatty foods and can do a lipid profile and see.
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Need detailed history and evaluation
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take online consultation for treatment
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First need confirmation about lipoma Do a USG and FNAC It can be Neurofibromatosis also If it's NF, it can be associated with other diseases which may need diagnosis If Lipoma, nothing to be done, unless compression symptoms or cosmetically indicated, then Surgery
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