Do you suffer from recurrent swellings? Answer our 10 questions that can save lives.
Angioedema is a swelling of the deeper skin layers and/or the mucous membranes that disappears completely after a few hours or at the latest after a few days. Depending on the location, the swellings can be cosmetically or functionally impairing, painful or even life-threatening. Recurrent angioedema can be caused by various diseases.
10 questions can help you determine the exact cause and find the correct treatment.
Please note: The actual and final diagnosis must be made by your doctor.
You can find the questionnaire under the Resources tab, or just click here
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