CELLULITIS INFECTION IN PEOPLE WITH LIPOEDEMA

CELLULITIS INFECTION IN PEOPLE WITH LIPOEDEMA

How would I know if I have cellulitis?

Cellulitis can come on quickly, or may develop slowly over a few days.  The area may be hot, red, swollen, tender or painful.  Your body temperature may be raised, and you might feel like you have ‘flu (shivery, tiredness or nausea).  Some people develop a rash or red streaks at the affected area. In some countries the word erysipelas is used to describe the same condition.

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DRINKING WARM LEMON WATER DAILY CAN HELP LIPOEDEMA

DRINKING WARM LEMON WATER DAILY CAN HELP LIPOEDEMA

HOW TO DO IT: Your water should be lukewarm not scalding hot. You want to avoid ice cold water, since that can be a lot for your body to process and it takes more energy to process ice cold water than the warm. Always use fresh lemons; organic if possible, never bottled lemon juice. I squeeze 1/2 a lemon with each glass and I drink it down first thing.

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