Lipoma are benign
Hi. Thanks for posting your concern at HCM
Lipoma is a benign tumor
of adipose tissue
and usually presents as asymptomatic/ painless, soft/rubbery swellings which slip under the fingers when pressed. It is the most common benign form of soft tissue tumor
. Multiple lipomas
Lipomas are usually small (under one centimeter diameter), remain the same size over years or grow very slowly.
Usually, treatment of a lipoma is not necessary, unless the tumor becomes painful or restricts movement or becomes unsightly or bothersome.
I would advice you to just observe them over time. If a particular lipoma becomes painful or becomes a cosmetic concern for you or restrict you in some way, then you can go for surgical removal of only that particular lipoma.
There are no medicines available to stall the growth.