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Digestive issues, fat balls in the body that pain on pressing. Any remedy?

hi i am mumtaz ali from pakistan sindh. sir i have digestion problem,thats why i m also suffering gastric problem and after these problems some fat ball/dots in my body had appeared and they r troubling me when i press them.....and im really worried about them i want to melt them any way so please tell me some natural way....thanks
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Hallo Mumtaz, there is no medical connection between digestive problems and fat lumps on your body(if these are fat lumps). So in all probability these are two different problems. If you are suffering from Lipomata (fat lumps) , the only way of getting rid of them is having them surgically removed and there is no medicine that can "melt" them away. It is important for you to see a doctor to diagnose your problems and help with a treatment plan.
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