Tina's Fatty Lumps are Shrinking!
Friday, December 28, 2018
Tina's fatty lumps have been examined by our vet who recommended an operation. Instead I chose to try Dissolve and have been usng it for several months. The fat pockets have not totally dissolved but they are smaller in size. I will continue to use as long as I see results as anything to avoid surgery is welcomed. I only wish I could submit these prescriptions to my pet insurance.
Many dogs develop fatty lumps which in Chinese herbal theory are referred to as "nodules". Nodules is a general term to describe the many different types of swellings, masses, enlargements, hardness, lumps etc. These Lipomas are a type of benign tumor, located mostly at the superficial level of the skin. They do not appear over night therefore it is a long process for our Dissolve Herbal formula to show some improvement. Our formula is an all natural plant based Chinese herbal formula designed to dissolve fatty lumps. It can take up to 6 weeks to notice some gradual changes. As Carmen Turner states, it has been a couple of months, but the lumps have decreased in size. Thank you Carmen for sharing Tina's experience with our PawHealer Family.
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