How To Naturally Cure and Prevent Lipoma Lumps
-Do you have a number of lipoma lumps in your body?
-Have you ever wondered why your body develops lipoma lumps?
-Would you like to cure your lipoma lumps without surgery?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then follow the advice of William R. Bradley, a one time lipoma sufferer, who will show just how simple it is to prevent lipoma lumps as well as cure existing lumps.
He spent months researching the topic until he discovered exactly what was causing these lumps, and then focussed on finding a safe and natural lipoma cure. He turned to Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine practiced in India, which makes use of natural herbs to treat a wide range of ailments. He discovered that natural remedies for treating the root cause of lipoma lumps already existed! Using these natural substances and further research, he finally developed a system that worked for him.
Now, he has put this successful treatment method in to a guide called “ How To Naturally Cure and Prevent Lipoma Lumps”.
Here are some of the things you will find in this no risk guide:
- The exact reasons why lipoma lumps develop
- The herbs and dosage required to prevent and cure lipoma lumps
- Exercises that will shrink lipoma lumps
- Pros and cons of other natural lipoma treatments
- The diet changes that will help in prevention and cure of lumps
And so much more…..
All this information is available and downloadable immediately and you could finally learn how to safely and naturally cure your lipoma lumps
Monday, 6 August 2012
An abdominal lipoma is caused by one of two reasons. The first cause is a genetic transformation and the second is a condition called lipomatosis. An abdominal lipoma can arise both in the subcutaneous layer just beneath the skin, as well as within the muscle wall, which can be particularly uncomfortable, possibly requiring surgery. The lipoma is benign, and usually reaches 1 to 2 centimetres across.
The genetic mutation that causes abdominal lipoma is peculiar to each individual sufferer. The mutation in a single cell causes it to continuously duplicate rather than die, and in the case of lipoma, these cells are invariably fat cells, which then amalgamate into a single tumour.
Lipomatosis, the second cause of abdominal lipoma, is a hereditary condition that leads to the development of multiple lipomas throughout the body. If these lipoma lumps arise in the subcutaneous layer, then the patient may very well have to deal with aesthetic issues, as they may be highly visible bumps.
A physical examination and x-rays will be needed to diagnose abdominal lipoma. An x-ray may in fact give visual identification of more than one lipoma, but if the patient does not notice any discomfort, then treatment may not be necessary, other than regular checks for further growth.
In some instances, the lipoma may be large or located between abdominal muscles, and may possibly mean surgical lipoma removal to avoid any pain. Several surgical procedures can be employed. A straightforward incision and lipoma removal in one piece is one method. Another choice may be endoscopic removal if the lipoma is small enough, using a tiny camera and minor incisions to effect removal. Finally, liposuction may be used, which involves the break up of the lipoma before sucking the pieces from the body via a tube.