Genital Oedema Resources

This page includes a number of genital oedema resources to assist lymphoedema practitioners and their clients.

Videos

The international Lymphoedema Framework have produced a number of videos on genital lymphoedema they include:

Have you got genital lymphoedema?

This film shows you how to check for symptoms and how to manage them if you have or if you are at risk. Pelvic floor exercises are a key self-management tool so we talk you through how to do them.

Men with genital lymphoedema

Genital lymphoedema brings with it a whole range of challenges. Our contributors have done us, and you, a great service in sharing their experience. It is not always easy to talk about but as with so many challenging conditions, early diagnosis and support can really help to manage symptoms.

Women living with genital lymphoedema

Meet the great women who helped us to help you by taking part in this film. Genital lymphoedema is not always easy to talk about but as with so many challenging conditions, early diagnosis and support can really help to manage symptoms.

Surgery for genital lymphoedema

A short guide to the options available.

Assessment

Dr Rhian Noble-Jones has developed a generic, non-cancer-related genital oedema self-report tools.

Dr Rhian Noble-Jones has developed a generic, non-cancer-related genital oedema self-report tool. The lower Limb and Genital Lymphoedema Questionnaire for Men (LLGLQ) is freely available to lymphoedema practitioners.

The Lower Limb and Genital Lymphoedema Questionnaire for Women (LLGLQw) is freely available to lymphoedema practitioners. Download this questionnaire to trial with your clients. You simply need to register your details the first time you download it so Dr Rhian Noble-Jones can contact you to discuss your experience.

Compression for Genital Oedema

Lymphoedema Education Solutions contacted the various companies that supply compression products for genital oedema. Information and supporting resources have been collected on:

  1. Compression bandaging
  2. Compression garments
  3. Accessories such has lymph pads

Genital Oedema Compression Products

This is a resource that will be updated as further products become available. If you know of any that are not listed LES will appreciate hearing from you.