What is Lipedema?
Lipedema (painful fat syndrome) is a chronic disease that occurs mostly in females. It is characterized by bilateral, symmetrical fatty tissue excess, mainly in the hip region, upper and lower leg areas and combined with a tendency for leg swelling that worsens with standing. In male patients lipedema is extremely rare (1). Lipedema is often misdiagnosed as bilateral lower extremity lymphedema or as simple obesity.
To read more: www.fatdisorders.org
The Disease They Call Fat- Preview, The Lipedema Project https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5DSCUxa720&feature=youtu.be
Lipedema: What We Know and What We Need to Know- Lymphatic Education & Research Network http://lymphaticnetwork.org/news-events/lipedema-what-we-know-and-what-we-need-to-know
1st Annual Lipedema Conference http://livestream.com/LymphaticRF/lipedema
Differences between Lipedema and Lymphedema http://www.lymphedemablog.com/2013/03/31/differences-between-lipedema-and-lymphedema/
Lipedema – Video and Information http://www.lymphedemablog.com/2014/03/05/lipedema-video-and-information/
Dr. Stanley Rockson - Lymphatic System: Inflammation & Lipedema - LE&RN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g-lbEc3t8g
Watch the video, "You Mean It's Not My Fault: Lipoedema, a Fat Disorder. www.lipedema-simplified.org
Lipedema Project: www.lipedemaproject.org