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How To Know If You Have Lipedema

If you are suffering from bilateral and symmetrical swelling from the waist to the distinct line just above the ankles, then you may be suffering from lipedema.

Posted by: on 2/28/2018
 

The Differences Between Lipedema And Lymphedema

Both lipedema and lymphedema may cause swelling of the affected area but these are two distinct medical conditions.

Posted by: on 2/25/2018
 

Is there a cure for lipedema?

Up to 11 percent of women have lipedema. If you're one of them, you don't have to fret as there is lipedema cure.

Posted by: on 2/18/2018
 

How To Know If Lymphedema Is Getting Worse

Lymphedema, a condition characterized by the build-up of fluid in the soft tissues, can get worse. In late stage lymphedema (also known as stage 3 lymphedema), the skin can become very dry and scaly. At this point, the affected limb or body region can get very large as a result of swelling. When left untreated, late stage lymphedema can lead to serious complications. 

Posted by: on 2/2/2018