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fat necrosis on buttocks, can it be aspirated?

A year now since I had fat transfered to my buttocks and I still have very hard lumps. I feel fire burning inside in those lumps and feel really uncomfortable. the surgeon said he cannot aspirate those lumps and does not want to admit that he put too much fat in two spots.I am a woman but I got a shape of a man's buttocks...what can I do? the fat was injected at nearly the lower back .
and can the injected fat to buttocks be aspirated so as not to make scars and make the butt even more horrible. I do not want it to be removed by surgery. is there a product that can help cut the hard fat before aspirating it. massage did not improve things as it s been a year now since the fat was injected.
Thank you in advance.

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