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Hi Liz,
Thanks for your comments and great info, it made me feel so much better and not so alone. Your site is full of wonderful and positive information and I appreciate your sharing. I will certainly be keeping up with you!
You take care too,


Hi there, I'm sorry to hear about your Lymphedema. I have had it for three years. Life is much easier with it now than in the beginning, so have faith! It is really good that you wear the garment and cut out salt, very important. Compression garments are vital! Really good that you will be getting treatment at a clinic, I am sure you will see results soon.
I have a blog about my life with Lymphedema, you may find a tip or two there reg. clothes, shoes, treatment etc.
Take care,


I'm sorry you're having these problems. I know nothing about lymphedema. I'm going to Google it so I can better understand it. Is the clinic a place you will go for treatment or is it a group meeting type of thing? The Flounderhole (that cracks me up!) looks awesome. Our jasmine bloomed several weeks ago and is almost done now. I wish it would bloom all the time. I love the moss and slates! It looks like it will lead into a secret garden! Love you...

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