How help someone at home with lymph-edema/cellulitis?
Q:What could be done to help someone with this disorder at home? Could anyone give me more information on the disorder? Is it deadly?
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These are actually 2 different things and you can have one or the other or both at once. Lymphedema is seen as swelling in the lower legs and can be very significant. Cellulitis is defined as inflammation of the skin. If the edema is mild to moderate, some of the things you can do at home include elevation of the affected limbs, but it has to be above the level of the heart to be truely effective. This is most easily accomplished by putting a folded up blanket or some pillows between the mattress and the box spring of the bed. If you just elevate the legs on pillows it is too easy for them to slide off while sleeping. In the morning you can put on support stockings, but this needs to be done before the feet ever touch the floor. In other words you can’t get up and go to the bathroom or take a shower and then put them on. The stockings can be from a medical supply place, no prescription is needed. Or you can use something like Sheer Energy stocking made by Leggs. If you use the knee hi or thigh hi stockings from a medical supplier, commonly called TED hose, you must make sure that they stay pulled up where they belong. If they roll at the top it will actually make the edema worse. As I said edema can be very severe. To the point that the skin actually weeps fluid in places. It is a difficult problem to treat many times. In severe cases a doctor may prescribe intermittent pressure boots to be used several times a day. This is such a problem that in many cities there are medical clinics that treat only patients with lymphedema.Cellulitis on the other hand is an inflammation. It can occur with edema or without it. Frequently cellulitis requires antibiotics to resolve. But if the inflammation is because the tissue is seeping fluids antibiotics will not help. Instead you need to treat the edema, use pressure stockings and do your best to keep the skin dry and clean. Also make sure there are no folds or creases in the stockings and in the bedding under the legs.