New research re: LIPOHYPERTROPHY ???

By Stuart1966 Latest Reply 2013-03-07 18:05:42 -0600
Started 2013-03-02 13:44:19 -0600

The ~toughening of the skin~ around injection sites has a long Latin name (listed above).

What is the latest research regarding how to eliminate this weird problem? Already in place the typical answer (larger site rotation) is entirely worthless/ Not seeking to prevent more, want to get rid of what already exists.

Any new solutions to this odd problem?

8 replies

RebC 2013-03-02 15:05:58 -0600 Report

Well…I am rather conservative, so site rotation would be my answer, but I've heard of success with liposuction. Let me know what you find, I would be interested in learning more.

Stuart1966 2013-03-06 23:19:20 -0600 Report

Hello RebC:

Thank you for taking part too. As i said below, preventing what might happen is a VERY different creature than killing the one that is already in place! The latter is my focus…

The way I see it, don't care how much we rotate, EVENTUALLY there simply is not enough skin rotation possible to eventually prevent it…

Five years, ok sure, but after 25, 35, 45… not a prayer.

jayabee52 2013-03-02 14:31:10 -0600 Report

OH, gee I didn't have any idea the answer I would give for such a question was ENTIRELY worthless! LoL!

I looked it up and found this article on the subject. Read it here ~

I pray you get relief from your problem


Stuart1966 2013-03-06 23:14:23 -0600 Report

Hello james:

Thank you for the link. Looks interesting…

Want to kill the "snake" I've got rather than the one that "might" show up someday. Preventing something from occurring is a VERY different creature than eliminating the one that is in place.

No need for prayers, simple solution(s) will do ; ). Not knowing precisely what its comprised of, but definitely being "soft tissue" wonder if there isn't some bodywork that might do the trick. Massage works well with basic standard scar tissue maybe some variation or technique possibly???

jayabee52 2013-03-07 02:27:50 -0600 Report

if you checked out the article before answering I suspect that you would not answer as you did. This is to kill the snake from the way I read it.