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March is Blood Clot Awareness Month.
The risk of clotting or embolism increases due to pregnancy and is exacerbated by dehydration, malnutrition, and immobility due to Hyperemesis Gravidarum. HER research finds that HG patients have an 8-fold increased risk of blood clots after an HG pregnancy compared to controls.
SHARE your HG story. MEET other HG survivors on Zoom.
FUNDRAISE for HG education & research. INVITE others to follow the HER Foundation and learn more about HG.
DONATE to the HER Foundation. USE the hashtags on your social: #BCAM22 #hyperemesisgravidarum #bloodclots
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