Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After

Introduction

Welcome to our Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After gallery, where you can discover the typical symptoms and results of women who have faced the challenges of Stage 2 Lipedema. The reason for creating this page is to raise awareness around Lipedema and educate women who are fighting for a diagnosis.

Understanding Stage 2 Lipedema

Stage 2 Lipedema represents a more advanced phase of this progressive condition. In Stage 2, women often experience increased swelling and discomfort in the affected areas, which may include the thighs, hips, bum, lower legs and sometimes arms. This stage is characterised by a distinctive straight and ‘column-like’ appearance of the legs.

Early intervention and proper management are crucial during Stage 2, as the condition can progress to more severe stages if untreated. Seeking medical advice and exploring the array of conservative measures is essential to address Stage 2 Lipedema effectively.

Lipedema Stage 2 Full Legs Front View

Treatment Options

Managing Stage 2 Lipedema requires a comprehensive approach. While treatment plans are tailored to individual needs, they may include:

  • Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT): CDT combines specialised massage techniques known as Manual Lymphatic Drainage with wearing compression garments and exercise to reduce swelling and improve lymphatic circulation.
  • Liposuction: In certain cases, liposuction techniques designed for Lipedema, such as WAL Liposuction, can be highly effective in reducing excess fat deposits and reshaping the affected areas.
  • Conservative Management: Lifestyle modifications, such as an anti-inflammatory diet, regular, light exercise, and the use of compression garments, can help manage symptoms and slow down the progression of Stage 2 Lipedema.

*Treatment of the condition should be decided in consultation with a healthcare professional experienced in Lipedema management, taking into account your unique circumstances.

Before and After Transformations

Below are the inspiring before and after photos of lippy ladies who have undergone Lipedema Liposuction to manage their Stage 2 Lipedema. These incredible photos provide a visual representation of the positive changes that can be achieved when choosing the right surgeon and surgical technique.

The below before and after photos show the results of full frontal liposuction by Dr Jorjani in Germany. The patient is a 55 year old with stage 2 Lipedema, from Ireland.

Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After Surgery Front View

Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After Surgery Rear View

The before and after below shows results in the calf and ankle area in a 43 year old stage 2 patient from Germany. The surgeon who carried out the Lipedema liposuction procedure was Dr Holger Klose in Berlin.

Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After Surgery Lower Legs

Below are the results of one thigh surgery on a UK based patient, carried out by Dr Wolf in London.

Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After Surgery Side View

The Lipedema stage 2 before and after photo below is a 31 year old stage 2 sufferer from the UK. The results shown are from one WAL Liposuction surgery on the lower legs, performed by Lipemedical in Madrid.

Lipedema Stage 2 Before and After Surgery - 2

The stories of those who have successfully managed Stage 2 Lipedema can provide hope and encouragement to other women facing similar challenges. They have taken proactive steps to enhance their well-being, demonstrating the positive impact of early intervention.

I’d like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to the courageous women who have generously shared their Lipedema stage 2 before and after photos. They are helping to raise awareness and educate other women suffering from this terrible condition.

Disclaimer: My blogs talk about Lipedema, diet, surgery and much more. I’m talking from my point of view to help women, and remind them they are not alone. I am not a medical professional, so the content above is from my own perspective with research I have done into the topic. It’s not meant as medical advice, you should always consult your doctor or a specialist for both your diagnosis, and a treatment plan.