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Treating Lipoma

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19 May 2011 01:10 #2642 by mattr2
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I have been looking for treatment for a lipoma condition that has been bothering me for 10 years. I have about 20 small lipomas on my back, arms, stomach, etc.

What would be the best way to treat this condition with MMS? Has anyone had any success treating Lipomas?

Thank you everyone, this is a GREAT resource!

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19 May 2011 07:14 #2650 by Michael Harrah
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Welcome to the Forum Matt!

I found this definition for Lipoma: A lipoma is a benign tumor composed of adipose tissue. It is the most common form of soft tissue tumor. Lipomas are soft to the touch, usually movable, and are generally painless.

These could be caused by pathogens of some kind. Protocol 1000 is the general advice for most conditions. I'm not aware of any reports on treating this with MMS.

I have one friend who used MMS baths to help cure her lyme disease and she said the baths caused her skin tags and moles to go away. Someone else said that too. But others have tried it and not had the same results. I did try putting MMS1 & 2 on moles and skin tags of mine and nothing happened, others have reported success though. The only way to know is to try it.

You might also try putting MMS on them externally and then DMSO on top of that to get better penetration, and to get the healing benefits that DMSO has on its own merits.

Let us know how it goes,

Michael

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13 Apr 2015 09:06 #49550 by mattr2
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Well, its been about 4 years. I have ha about 6 of thse little guys removed and have about 20 more that still need to go.

Though I would check in and see if anyone has any experience with MMS/CDS and the cure from lipomas. :)

Cheers.

Matt

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19 Jan 2017 22:35 #54545 by FIDO
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I have a severe quarter inch lipoma due to it's location. It's at my epididimis. I heard it's from epididimytis. This is an infecton and bumble of the string that holds the nut in place. I have to wrestle with that and deal with that. But I fear it has turned into fat somehow from normal body functions. This is why i believe cds mms and mms2 will cure it because it wasn't what it is now it sort of rubberized in a solidification... I feel almsot like i can tear it off from outside the sack but it's inside. I feel work near it when i injest healthy amounts of CDS/MMS. It tingles there. So i am hopeful that it is eating away at the barriers and to get to the center. How many licks? Right? ... I can't wait to feel the blood flow back into my left testicle completely... it has shrunken and is maybe 1/3 less than the right nut. All though,
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19 Jan 2017 22:38 #54546 by FIDO
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CDS has helped my blood flow so much, that it has created somehow new veins or unlocked old ones more and the testicle has gone from what seemed to be 1 string flowing to it, to about 3-4, from a toothpick to a thick fleshy mass of vessel strings. Compared to the right one which is completely normal, it seems atrophied but it is finally having flow to it. I had lymph problems due to 20 years of inhaled corticosteroids. Great progress.
Good luck everyone.
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