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I recently noticed a lump on my boyfriend’s back of no more than one centimetre in diameter. We decided that it was best to have the lump looked at by a professional. A dermatologist assured us that it was nothing more than a benign lipoma which doesn’t require removal until it’s large enough to warrant excision. How long will it take for lipomas to grow in size and when is the best time to have the lump removed?
I’ve enlarged my earlobes since my teens, but am now sick of how ugly and unprofessional they look. Despite removing the enlargers, my earlobes are still very stretched out. According to information I’ve read online, the only route to normal looking ears is through plastic surgery. What can you tell me about this procedure and will I experience a lot of pain and downtime? Nigel, Sabah
After giving birth to my beautiful baby boy, I started losing hair on my eyebrows. I used to have beautiful dark brows, but now they are much thinner. I’m now afraid of washing my face because I fear scrubbing might cause more hair loss. Why is this happening and is there anything non-surgical I can do? Freida, Cheras
I am a 30-year old woman who has been thinking about double-eyelid surgery. The thing about my eyes is that one has a prominent crease while the other one doesn’t. Since invasive surgery can be painful and expensive, can I undergo surgery on just that one eye which doesn’t have a crease? Shan, Kerinchi
About a year ago, I traveled to Cairns, Australia for a holiday. I had an amazing time. The beaches were beautiful, the Great Barrier Reef was jaw-dropping and the weather comparable to Malaysian beaches, except not as hot. While my travels were fabulous, I was ill-fated to have been bitten by sand flies. Sand flies are nasty and after they devoured my blood, the bites left an ugly mark. I now have a huge sand fly scar on my hand which has now turned brown. How can I get rid of it? Lee, Taman Petaling