Monthly Archives: May 2014

Lipedema Awareness Continues to Grow

When I first discovered I have lipedema in July 2012, there was little information available. I originally put up the website as a repository for the significant amount of research I had gathered for my Primary Care Physician. He … Continue reading

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June is Lipedema / Lipoedema Awareness Month

Lipedema/lipoedema was first named as a disorder/disease at the Mayo Clinic by Dr. Edgar Hines and Dr Edgar Allen in 1940.  Lipedema, known as lipoedema in Europe, is a chronic disorder of the adipose tissue generally affecting the legs, which … Continue reading

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Global Survey on Lipedema / Lipoedema

Do you have lipedema/lipoedema? Let your voice be heard and be a part of a global research project. A group in the Netherlands led by Tilly Smidt is reaching out to gather data on your experiences with lipedema/lipoedema. Please take … Continue reading

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The Lipedema Project

ANNOUNCING SPECIAL LIPEDEMA VIDEO PROJECT: It’s been18 months of video recording, and literally hundreds of hours of interviews and surgeries from lippy ladies, doctors, surgeons, therapists, and other experts. Are you interested in participating in a viewing of footage, as … Continue reading

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Anti-Fat Bias in the Healthcare System

So often women with lipoedema/lipedema report going to their doctors looking for solutions or even just a diagnosis and being told that it’s their fault, that they need to diet and exercise, and to come back after they have lost … Continue reading

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