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Difference Between Lipedema And Lymphedema

Lipedema and lymphedema are two different medical conditions which are often mistakenly used interchangeably. These two conditions are similar in name, but significantly different in

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Living With Lipedema

Lipedema Nearly 370 million women across the globe and 17 million women in the US suffer from lipedema. This is typically associated with unruly weight

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Where Does Lipedema Fat Gather?

Lipedema Fat Lipedema is believed to only affect the hip region and legs in women since the first identification of symptoms. However, other areas of

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Do I Have Lipedema?

Lipedema Do you think your legs are fat or non-proportionate? Enlarged legs may occur for a number of reasons. In this post, we will discuss

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Is it Normal Fat or Lipedema Fat?

Normal Fat vs. Lipedema Fat Lipedema is an abnormal disorder of the subcutaneous fat or adipose tissue. Adipose tissue acts as the principal structure for

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Lipedema vs. Obesity Using BMI

Lipedema vs. Obesity Using BMI The biggest challenge faced by most women suffering from lipedema is the initial diagnosis. In fact, majority of patients don’t

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What Causes Lipedema?

Lipedema Lipedema is not a well-known subcutaneous fat storage disorder even though it is highly common. The reason it is not well-recognized is because the

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Diet & Supplement Recommendations For Lipedema

Lipedema Diet You don’t always need invasive treatments for reducing the symptoms of lipedema. Sometimes, the right diet and exercise can help too. There are

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Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL) To Treat Lipedema

Power Assisted Liposuction  Lipedema is commonly diagnosed in women and also some men. As many as 20 million people in the country at present are

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Lipedema Symptoms vs. Lymphedema Symptoms

Lipedema  vs. Lymphedema Lipedema affects both legs in a bilateral or symmetrical fashion. However, primary lymphedema only affects one leg in most cases. Swelling is

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