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  • There is no effective medical treatment for lipedema and the prognosis is guarded; however, significant functional improvements are possible with good program compliance and therapy intervention. Medical management involves treating the hormonal disturbance as effectively as possible and providing ... [read more]
  • In Stage I , the skin is still soft and regular, but nodular changes can be felt upon palpation (see photo #1). There are no color changes in the skin and the subcutaneous tissues have a spongy feel, like a soft rubber doll. In Stage II, the subcutaneous tissue becomes more nodular and ... [read more]
  • aerobic exercise using compression complex physical decongestion (CPD) therapy intermittent equipment-based compression therapies compression tights psychotherapy corrective Buy Levitra operation (liposculpture) diet (only in order to reduce the excess weight that accompanies the con... [read more]
  • Type I: Increase in fatty tissue in the area of the buttocks and hips (saddle bag phenomenon) Type II: Lipedema extends as far down as the knees, formation of folds of fat around the inner side of the knee Type III: Lipedema extends from the hips to the ankles Type IV: Arms and legs are aff... [read more]
  • Lipedema is a disorder of the distribution of fat within the body, usually symmetrical. It appears most frequently on the upper thigh and lower leg but also, less frequently, on the arms. This condition includes accumulation of fluid (edema), particularly in the second half of the day, accompani... [read more]