Welcome to Lymphoedema United

We provide information and guidance from a panel of medical experts,
along with a secure place where people living with
lymphoedema can unite directly with others,
product providers and organisations.

Welcome to Lymphoedema United

We provide information and guidance from a panel of medical experts, along with a secure place where people living with lymphoedema can unite directly with others, product providers and organisations.

Get Informed…

What is Lymphoedema?

Lymphoedema is a chronic and often debilitating lifelong disease that can have a detrimental effect on both physical and mental wellbeing.

 

Where to get help

Living with lymphoedema can be a lonely and desperate experience. We introduce you to Medical Professionals, Specialist Organisations and Patient Support Groups – all on one site.

 

Looking after yourself

It is important that we take care of ourselves. We explain the four cornerstones of Self-Management: Compression, Skin Care, Healthy Lifestyle and Lymphatic Drainage.

 

What’s the latest?

We will keep you updated with the latest news from the lymphoedema community.

 

Get Informed…

What is Lymphoedema?

Lymphoedema is a chronic and often debilitating lifelong disease that can have a detrimental effect on both physical and mental wellbeing.

 

Where to get help

Living with lymphoedema can be a lonely and desperate experience. We introduce you to Medical Professionals, Specialist Organisations and Patient Support Groups – all on one site.

 

Looking after yourself

It is important that we take care of ourselves. We explain the four cornerstones of Self-Management: Compression, Skin Care, Healthy Lifestyle and Lymphatic Drainage.

 

What’s the latest?

We will keep you updated with the latest news from the lymphoedema community.

 

Unite With Us

Meet the Experts

Find out more about lymphoedema from our panel of Medical Professionals

Meet the Suppliers

View specialist products and receive exclusive discounts with our participating suppliers

Meet the Organisations

We introduce you to professional organisations dedicated to the lymphoedema sector

Unite With Us

Meet the Experts

Find out more about lymphoedema from our panel of Medical Professionals

Meet the Suppliers

View specialist products and receive exclusive discounts with our participating suppliers

Meet the Organisations

We introduce you to professional organisations dedicated to the lymphoedema sector

Supporting Lymphoedema Charities

We are passionate about supporting charities in the lymphoedema community and our founder, Matt Hazledine, has personally raised almost £20,000 for various causes so far.

Lymphoedema United Ltd pledges to donate 25% of annual pre-tax profits to lymphoedema charities and organisations, to aid them in continuing their work in helping people with this lifelong condition.

All the charities that we support are listed on one page. Simply click on the “Make a Donation” box below to visit this page. If you wish to donate directly to any of these charities, click on “Donate Now” which will take you directly to the charity’s “Donate Here” page of their website.

Lymphoedema United Ltd does not receive any money from your donation. We are purely sign-posting you to the appropriate charities, for you to donate directly to them.

Meet the Members

Member's Experience 1

After a severe episode of cellulitis in 2011 hospitalised me for two weeks, I was diagnosed with lymphoedema in my left leg, 56% bigger than my right leg.  Since then, I have experienced almost every product, therapy and surgery available. I am happy to share this information to help others.

Member's Experience 2

In 2009 after a couple of episodes of feeling like my leg was heavy and a bit swollen after exercise, I was diagnosed with secondary lymphoedema in my left leg, it was termed as ‘mild’ and I’d already beaten cervical cancer, how hard could it be?

Member's Experience 1

After a severe episode of cellulitis in 2011 hospitalised me for two weeks, I was diagnosed with lymphoedema in my left leg, 56% bigger than my right leg.  Since then, I have experienced almost every product, therapy and surgery available. I am happy to share this information to help others.

Member's Experience 2

In 2009 after a couple of episodes of feeling like my leg was heavy and a bit swollen after exercise, I was diagnosed with secondary lymphoedema in my left leg, it was termed as ‘mild’ and I’d already beaten cervical cancer, how hard could it be?

How to LIVE BETTER with LYMPHOEDEMA

The new book by Matt Hazledine is available to buy NOW!

25% of pre-tax profits from book sales will be donated to the lymphoedema Research Fund.

Become a member

Sign up as a Free Member to receive Exclusive Benefits, including access to Articles and Videos from the Experts, a Unique Discount Code from the Suppliers, Members’ Offers and a Quarterly eNewsletter with the latest news from the lymphoedema community.

How to LIVE BETTER with LYMPHOEDEMA

The new book by Matt Hazledine is available to buy NOW!

25% of pre-tax profits from book sales will be donated to the lymphoedema Research Fund.

Become a member

Sign up as a Free Member to receive Exclusive Benefits, including access to Articles and Videos from the Experts, a Unique Discount Code from the Suppliers, Members’ Offers and a Quarterly eNewsletter with the latest news from the lymphoedema community.

Medical Advice Disclaimer

DISCLAIMER: THIS WEBSITE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE

All material on this website is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regime and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

Reliance on any information provided on this website, by our employees and others appearing on the website is solely at your own risk.

For the avoidance of any doubt, Matt Hazledine has lymphoedema and is not a medical professional.