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- Lipoma Guru
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- Joined: Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:01 am
- Number of lipomas: 61-100
- Location: Finland
I poured a teaspoon of hot water, a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate and a couple of drops of iodine into a cup let it fiz then put it on the dog. The tumor bleeds, it looks ugly and would frighten you to stop, but persist. When you do this after a week you will notice it is getting smaller. Every day I washed it, clean it, it bled but I kept adding the above, only once a day.
Now I secretly wish I had a dog with skin tumor to treat But seriously, would it make sense to some doctor to inject sodium bicarbonate mixed with iodine into a lipoma? But I guess it would need to be done on daily bases since it obviously takes a lot of time... Any doctors among us with lipomas willing to try this method?
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