Bolero or arm sock - which fitting suits me?

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Do you need a flat knit armrest for lipoedema or lymphedema? Then you may be faced with the question of whether a bolero or arm sock is suitable for you. Here are a few helpful tips that can help you make your decision.

In general, trying is better than studying. I can impart as much knowledge to you as I can, in the end your flat knit compression has to suit you and your personal everyday life. So let yourself be inspired by this article and go well informed into the next conversation with your Sanifee. She can best advise you on your suitable options.

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Bolero or arm sock - the differences

The big difference between the two types of restoration lies in the connection between the shoulder blades. Der Vorteil What is important about the bolero is that it is not two individual arm socks that can slip down, but the arm warmers always stay in place. You can also use it to pack the little clouds on your upper arms well. Otherwise it can happen that they bulge over the sleeve end. A disadvantage is in my opinion that in summer you can of course see the additional cord under a top or a cut-out dress.

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The mediven 550 arm as a bolero has a connecting piece between the shoulder blades for an optimal hold.

The connecting piece on the bolero from medi is comparatively narrow. If you also wear a leg harness, sometimes every cm of fabric is already too much - that's what happens to me sometimes. Have the arm socks the advantage, that the connecting piece is omitted and thus the neck remains free. They are also taken off faster than the bolero. It cannot be easily removed without dropping the covers.

It has to be right

Caution: The bolero should be measured absolutely perfectly by your Sanifee, otherwise you run the risk of rubbing your armpit. The sensitive point is not forgiving of any measurement errors.

In the case of an arm sock, however, it is important to ensure that it ends as high as possible in order to guarantee a comfortable fit on the upper arm. If you need additional hold, I recommend a wide adhesive border with micro nubs. Are you prone to allergic reactions to the silicone? Then, however, the bolero could be the right solution for you. This works completely without adhesive tapes.

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The mediven 550 arm in denim blue with nature design element

Hurray - patterns, crystals and functional zones are there for everyone!

The nice thing about both flat knit supplies is that you don't have to do without the functional zone on the elbow, the pattern option or the sparkling crystals. This way you can do your work at your desk much more comfortably and don't have to choose a fashionable accent from the range of colors and patterns from average without.

Here you can play with the different variants and choose your next combination. Let your taste run wild!

Choose for you personally

Mainly, I will personally stick to the arm stockings, because that is simply THE choice for me. But me and that Ruhrpottfraulein Carina can be seen that the decision is super individual, since they use the bolero z. B. greatly appreciates. Here do you come to a great article of hers on the topic!

You can also get in contact with your medical supply store and discuss with your Sanifee which solution is the best for you. Often you only get smarter from one care to the next. So dare to try a few experiments and let yourself be guided by the experience of your medical supply company. If they don't completely advise against it in your case, it is definitely worth a try.

What is your choice for the next recipe and do you still have questions about the topic? Then write it to me in the comments. I will be happy to answer them for you!



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Caroline Sprott is a remarkable personality involved in the world of lipedema. Born in Bochum in 1989, she now lives in Augsburg. Her professional career began as a trained media designer and she works full-time in marketing. But that's not all - Caroline is also a lipedema speaker, author and model. She is committed to the fight against lipedema and is passionate about supporting the community of those affected. Caroline founded the Lipedema Fashion Blog to share her experiences and knowledge with other sufferers. She wants to create a place where women with lipedema can find information without having to go through private Facebook groups. She combines her passion for fashion with her commitment to the lipedema community. Some interesting facts about Caroline Sprott: Style and fashion: Caroline loves fashion and sees it as a passion and therapy at the same time. She doesn't let compression stockings limit her and opts for creative outfits. Style Icon: Your style icon is Grace Kelly, a woman of natural elegance and inspiration. Favorite colors: moss green, yellow, pastels and navy blue. Weakness for animals: Caroline greets every cow - a loving gesture that shows her love for animals. Important life philosophy: Stay inquisitive, curious and optimistic - life is too short to waste even one day. In addition to being a model and entrepreneur, Caroline Sprott is a health influencer who advocates for the lipedema and lymphedema community. Her commitment and positive attitude are inspiring.

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  • I've noticed you are also wearing the leg part, over the stomach area.
    I have lymfoedema in both arms and legs, big possibility that is also in my torso, I am getting my stockings tight hight.

    Do you have tips and tricks for me?