Treat Lipomas On The Arms And Back That Are Getting Bigger?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lipomas are lumps composed of fat that grows abnormally between the skin and muscle layers. Lipoma is not a dangerous condition, and usually does not require serious treatment, although it cannot go away on its own. This condition can appear more than one, and has the characteristics of the shape tends to be round, soft, easily distinguished or firm boundary, painless, and does not grow rapidly.
What happens to you can be true lipoma, or a condition similar to poor tags, molluscum contagiosum or verrucae. Regarding your question, as we have said, lipomas generally do not cause pain. Which, even if there is pain, the pain is more at the specific location of the lip and does not spread to other parts of the body. So if you experience back pain and rheumatic pain in your thighs, you should consider the condition of pinched nerves, kidney stones, urinary tract infections or kidney infections.
Then for how to remove lipomas do have to go through surgery. Our advice, you should check with your surgeon first to do a re-examination of the lump that you think is lipoma. If it's a lipoma, the surgeon will offer, or you can also directly ask for surgery on the lumps. To find out which surgeon is closest to your location, you can click on our link to the surgeon.
Then, if the complaint of back pain persists, consult your doctor of internal medicine to get further tests. Meanwhile, do not touch the lump, do not apply anything, drink lots of water, and consume healthy foods such as vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.