Will someone check it out also. I did it looks real but idk if he is a scam or not. Thanks. He says he has treated lipomas for years and has cured lots of people in India and USA.
You're going to have an ONLINE consultation, and then he's going to send you SOME MEDICINE and then your lipomas are all gonna go away.
If someone's up for this, please, by all means, try it and see if this medicine works. If it does though, keep in mind that he'd probably patent it or, if patent's not possible, at least be famous for curing the so far non-curable disease. Moreover that there are a lot of people with lipomas in India and they come to this forum asking for help. Why would they do it if they have an all curing doctor sitting right under their noses...
For still curious ones, you can send them your symptoms, answer their questionnaire and then see what price they're asking for. You'll also be able to make some judgments by how thoroughly they're questioning you. Here are the steps.
li2012 wrote:caribou wrote:How old are your mother and aunts? Do you know for certain they don't have any lipomas, or do you just assume so because they don't have any visible lipomas? I'm just curious because that shouldn't happen with an autosomal dominant disease, which is what I've thought lipomatosis is. Maybe your mother and aunts could get lipomas in old age.mattr2 wrote:My grandmother has lipomas, but my mother does not. I have cousins on the same side of the family with lipomas, my aunts on the same do not have lipomas.
Caribou...you are Brain farting
matt wrote:Hi there IGotLipoma and welcome aboard!
I had too a neck lipoma few years back. It was located on the frontside so I decided to have it surgically removed. The good thing about neck lipomas and surgery is that the skin is usually so thin that after a couple of years it's very hard to distinct the scar. Mine is almost invisible. I just wish the case was so with other parts of my body...
Btw I ate some antibiotic (can't recall the brand) for my acne when I was a teenager. I don't remember whether is was before or after I noticed my first lipoma at the age of 17.
And to your courage, I definitely believe there is a herbal treatment available atleast to some cases of lipomas and lipomatosis. Some have already had success with different supplements but I have yet to find the one that would eliminate my first lipoma completely. But I'm quite confident it will happen some time soon
I actually took a ance medicine as well and its been like 5 years ago about the same time I developed these lipomas. I know this thread is old but I found that interesting. When I was about 17 or 18 I had bad acne and took that medicine for it, and not long enough after I got lipomas. No joke. Maybe that has something to do with it.
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First of, if the "lipoma" bursts through the skin, it's not a lipoma -- or, I'll believe it when I see it. So right there the original poster's experience and solution actually working is unfortunately discounted.
Second, on a water fast (which I did for 30 days at one point) you will notice a dramatic reduction in volume and pain of lipomas, but they will return to their usual form as soon as you start eating again. Useless.
Third, for all the talk of vegan and vegetarian making a difference, I would like to share my experience that I was vegan when I first got these things, and vegetarian while they proliferated. The number seemed to stabilize in my early 30's, when I began eating fish and later meat, after 20 years of not doing so.
Fourth, regarding consumption of lipids, I either naturally or due to upbringing avoided fats for most of my life. However, when caring for an elderly parent in my early 30's (about 15 years ago), I did some research that convinced me that I needed to drastically up my intake of fats, and I did. Coincidentally, the rate of new lipoma formation slowed down at that time. I had stopped the majority of consumption of seed oils (canola, sunflower, safflower, etc), and switched to coconut, avocado, and olive oils exclusively. Now I eat a lot more butter and ghee as well.
Fifth, regarding accutane, I also was given this medication twice, once when I was 19 and again at 28. At nineteen, it worked like a miracle, and I couldn't say I had any problem with it. My lipomas started appearing at 16, and by 19 I had around a dozen of them that I could feel. When I had accutane at age 28, I had a severe reaction and was basically exhausted and bed-ridden for several months. Doctors claimed the injury to the liver was temporary, and it seems that was the case, but who knows? Maybe it is damamged in a way that doesn't appear on their blood panels. I don't feel accutane was connected to the appearance of lipomas, but again, who knows?
Sixth, regarding castor oil. It is traditionally used for boils and cysts, and as a laxative. It has failed all clinical trials for boils, cysts, and tumors; it does work as a laxative, food preservative, and to lubricate eyes. I am not a believer in the efficacy of castor oil for treatment of lipomas.
Currently, I do believe that it is possible that there is some infectious trigger, but in general that lipomatosis has a genetic basis. Also it makes sense that lipase (for the fat) and serratiopeptidase (for the encapsulating shell) could be helpful in removing them. I also believe there is usually some form of liver or digestive issue involved, since taking supplements supporting digestion and the liver seem to have significantly reduced my issues. And there is likely some systemic issue of lipid metabolism involved, close to or intersecting those unknown metabolic issues that cause arthritis and psoriasis -- since these conditions seem to be clustered. That brings is calcium metabolism, vitamin D, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper, vitamin K2, CoQ10, Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, the list goes on. If it is a liver issue, then things like milk thistle, lecithin, ox bile, etc should help the liver (I mean liver/pancreas/etc) produce the necessary enzymes and hormones to operate the lipid metabolic cycle.
Lastly, I have noticed some improvement lately in my condition but made so many changes that I can't be sure why. I stopped dairy & bread to see if it improves a skin condition, I started supplementing omega-3 and vitamin C due to laser eye surgery (lubrication and UV protection, respectively), I started Vit D & K2 supplementation, and mineral supplements to go along with it. That's on top of taking lipase (actually broad-spectrum digestive enzymes), lecithin, and betaine hcl. So I have no way of knowing exactly what's doing what.
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