Bumps on the skin are signs of lipoma, know what are its risks and treatment
Lipoma is a slow-growing, fatty lump that often lies between your skin and the lining of the muscles (innermost). A lipoma, which feels bloated and is usually not soft, is easily detected with pressure from the tip of the finger. Usually it is detected in the middle age i.e. 45 to 55 years of age. Some people have more than one lipoma.
Lipoma is not a cancer and is usually harmless. Treatment of this is also not usually necessary, but if lipoma bothers you, is painful or is aggravating, you can remove it.
Symptoms of Lipoma
Lipoma can occur anywhere in the body. They are usually:
• They are located just under the skin: they usually occur in the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, arms, and thighs.
• They feel soft on touch: they move easily even with finger pressure.
• They are usually small: lipomas are usually less than 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter, but they can grow.
• Lipomas can be painful: they can also be painful if they grow and press on nearby veins, or if they contain multiple blood vessels.
Causes of Lipoma
The cause of lipoma is not fully understood. They move from one person to another in families, so genetic factors play a role in their development. Is there any cancer in the breast?
Lipoma Risk Factors
Several factors may increase the risk of developing lipoma, including:
These are usually between 40 and 60 years old, although lipomas can occur at any age, they are the most common in this age group. Apart from this, they continue to run in the family.
When should the doctor see?
Lipoma is rarely a serious medical condition. But if you see lumps or swelling anywhere on your body, then you should see your doctor.
Usually no treatment is necessary for lipoma. However, if lipoma bothers you, is painful or is aggravating, your doctor may recommend that it be removed. Lipoma treatment includes:
• Surgery removal: Most lipomas are surgically cut and removed. Recurrences recurring after removal are uncommon. Possible side effects are wounds and wounds.
• Liposuction: This treatment uses a needle and a large syringe to remove fatty lumps.