Lipoma Treatment in Homeopathy

Churning the churn of fate churns back. The churned body is called a lipoma. Lips are fatty tissue that form as a result of fat accumulation. In some cases, a lump may develop in this fatty tissue.

A lipoma is a benign but persistent soft-tissue mass. Physically, a lipoma is usually soft and fleshy and may be up to 10 inches in length and 2 to 3 inches in diameter. Some people have one or more lipomas on their bodies- most commonly on the back or trunk area. A minor character in Charles Dickens’s Nicholas Nickleby had a large lipoma on his back, which gave him the appearance of a giant. Many nicknames for lipomas exist, including fat tumors, fatty tumors, or adipomas. Doctors may also call them lipomatous neoplasms or neoplastic lipomas.

Homeopathic doctors treat lipoma with a gentle, non-invasive method called electropathy. They place an electrode on the patient’s mass and administer a specific electric current through it. This modifies the growth so that it shrinks in size. Patients feel relief almost immediately after being treated with homeopathic arnica gel. They also feel better after undergoing surgery to remove the lipoma. For these reasons, some people prefer electropathy to surgery when treating their lipoma. However, electropathy does have its risks; if applied incorrectly, it could burn the patient’s skin or cause electric shocks to his body.
Arnica gel has also proven effective in relieving the symptoms caused by a lipoma. The active ingredient in arnica is arnidiol- an anti-inflammatory compound with analgesic properties similar to aspirin and acetaminophen (Tylenol). It works effectively by reducing swelling, bruising and pain caused by lipomas without side effects. Patients apply arnica gel to the affected area as recommended by their doctor and feel relief within several hours. Since arnica stimulates blood flow to injured tissues, it also reduces bruising and pain associated with such poor blood circulation. After applying arnica for several days, affected individuals feel much better and report that their lipoma has shrunk significantly- often down to a barely visible lump from all the swelling gone wrongfully gone right.

Despite its odd name, a lipoma is actually a pretty normal growth found in many parts of the body. Most people have one at some point in their life; however, they’re usually harmless except for cosmetic purposes for those who are self-conscious about them. The treatment options mentioned above have proven effective for many people who wish to get rid of their Lipomas without resorting to surgery or taking dangerous medicinal substances like aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol). If you’ve ever felt self-conscious about your Lipoma on your back or leg, you know how painful it can make those areas look when you walk or stand for too long due to swelling and bruising caused by one of these growths! If you’re interested in finding out more about homeopathic treatment options for Lipomas, consult your local homeopath!

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