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Women & Blood Clots 19h
Finding a healthcare professional who you can trust and consider a good partner in your care is one of the most important decisions you will make. Use one or more of NBCA’s resources to help locate one in your community:
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Recognizing the signs and symptoms of blood clots can save your life or the life of someone you know.
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 25
A woman is at risk for dangerous during and for up to 3 months after childbirth. Make blood clot prevention a part of your baby plans:
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NBCA Sep 24
Join NBCA’s clot-provoked stroke discussion board on Inspire, and connect with people w ho understand what it is like to experience clot-provoked stroke at any age:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 24
Battling anxiety has been a hurdle for Anya after she experienced blood clots in her lungs, but she remains grateful despite challenges. Read her story:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 24
If you are taking or considering taking with estrogen, you may be at risk for life-threatening . Complete NBCA's Risk Assessment and have a conversation with your doctor today:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 24
Watch this short video to learn about birth control, family planning, and blood clots risks:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 23
Hormone therapy for the treatment of menopause symptoms can increase a woman’s blood clot risk up to three-fold. Learn more about how to reduce your risk for blood clots while treating the symptoms of menopause:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 23
Christine was admitted to the ICU with a blood clot in her arm that was caused by Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Christine writes, "Finding NBCA on social media reminded me that I was not alone." Read her story:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 22
Blood clots are often preventable, and knowledge is key. Making informed choices can help reduce your risk for dangerous, or even life-threatening, . Watch and share this video to learn more:
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Inspire Sep 22
13 Questions Doctors Wish Their Patients Would Ask
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 22
Know your family history, and talk to your doctor about your risk for blood clots, no matter what stage of life you are in:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 21
If you're feeling alone or anxious after a blood clot, or you just want to connect with others who share your same experience, come talk with us at our Stop the Clot® Online Support Group & Discussion Community powered by :
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NBCA Sep 21
Birth control methods that contain estrogen can place a woman at increased risk for life-threatening blood clots. Estrogen is a key ingredient in birth control pills, patches and rings. Learn more:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 21
September is , which is a good time to have a conversation with your doctor about blood clot risks connected to hormonal birth control, pregnancy & childbirth, & the treatment of menopause symptoms. More:
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Inspire Sep 21
5 Strategies for Balancing Work and Family During COVID | Psychology Today
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 18
Recognizing the signs and symptoms of helps to save lives. If you experience any, be your own advocate, and seek medical help right away. Know the signs:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 18
Welcome, and thank you for following us: . You can learn more about women and blood clots here:
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Women & Blood Clots Sep 18
If you take a blood thinner, you may struggle with heavy menstrual bleeding. Talk to your healthcare provider if your menstrual cycle is abnormal for you. Learn more on page 29 of our e-Magazine:
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