How can lymhodema be cured?
Q. How can lymhodema be cured?
A. It is swelling of the tissue and is generally on the affected side of the arm after mastectomy. Swelling is because of retained fluid in the lymphatic system. While sitting, keep your elbow on the arm rest, with your hand above it. A simple sling is also helpful in reducing swelling. Also, you can use special inflatable cuffs to encase the whole arms and massage the swelling away.