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Lymphedema, or lymphatic obstruction, is a long-term condition where excess fluid collects in tissues causing swelling (edema).
The lymphatic system is a part of the immune system and vital for immune function. Fluid called lymph circulates within the lymphatic system. Lymphedema is typically caused by a blockage of this system.
Lymphedema commonly affects one of the arms or legs. In some cases, both arms or both legs may be affected. Some patients might experience swelling in the head, genitals, or chest.
Lymphedema is incurable, but with the right treatment, it can be controlled.
This guide will show you how to diagnose lymphedema as well as the effective treatment, natural remedies and lifestyle changes so as to live and survive with lymphoma