Fat accumulation is an increased deposit of fat in the body under the skin and other parts of the body. Accumulation of fat under the skin is known as a lipoma. Accumulation of fat in the blood vessels is termed atherosclerosis. Improper diet, lack of exercise, intake of alcohol, etc., are the causes for the accumulation of fat.
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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. From your description, most probably you have lipoma which is the accumulation of fat. If they are painful, get them surgically removed. Please tell me the following things to help you better: How many lipomas do you have? What are their size and duration? In w... Read Full »