I have a lipoma on my tummy about the size of a single kernel of corn.... I had zeltiq on my upper and lower abs and the lipoma burst when I squeezed it 2 weeks later. It also felt much bigger like a fishball...or 4 jelly belly beans stuck together... Blood ozzed out ..not a lot..now I am wondering if it was a lipoma or a pimple. The "lipomazit" still feels hard n lumpy. What do I do? Leave it alone or squeeze it? Thank you for replying.
What Are the Effects of Coolsculpting on Lipomas (Hard Fat Tissue)?
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Don't squeeze fat growths
If you got anything out of a growth on the skin, then it is probably not a lipoma. Lipomas are fatty collections or benign tumors of the subcutaneous compartment and don't discharge their contents. angiolipomas also tend to be deeper and don't spontateously discharge.
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Cyst not lipoma
If your lesion changed, ruptured, bled or oozed white material, it was most likely a cyst, not a lipoma. I recommend having it checked by a dermatologist.
Doesn't sound like a lipoma
you may have a cyst in the abdomen. lipomas are solid fatty tumors and can not "burst" or be "squeezed out." lipomas can increase and decrease in size but this is typically relatively slow and not rapid. it is not clear what lipomas or cysts will do in the face of coolsculpting. it is probably not dangerous to do, but i would doubt that these would reduce in size with treatment.
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