Helping you easily evaluate how Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) is impacting your daily life

It is understandable to focus on HAE attacks, but maybe it is time to also focus on life between them. This website is designed to help you recognize this impact, and offers you tools to help you communicate your needs with your healthcare team.

You are not alone:

Click here to view patients' reflections on how HAE affects their daily life.


Understand the full impact of HAE on your life

You may have experienced the physical symptoms of the condition. But what’s less obvious is the way it can impact all aspects of your day‑to‑day life.

Reflection Guide


Consider your full potential

People living with HAE should be empowered to take control of their future, and not allow HAE to control them. A key step to reaching your full potential is to truly understand how HAE is impacting your daily life.

Self‑Assessment Questionnaire


Create a care plan

Your care plan development and/or review will give you confidence in your treatment strategy, so you can focus on living well with HAE.

myHAE Care Plan


Track your progress

myHAE is an app that will help improve communication around disease burden, allowing you to track most aspects of your HAE.

myHAE App

Treaters and patients must now aim for optimal control, not just ‘better than before’. Optimal control should include minimal impact of HAE on quality of life. will allow patients to better assess their level of control, including any impact of HAE on their life between attacks. This information can then be used during meetings with their physicians to better assess control and discuss optimizing care. 
Chrystyna Kalicinsky, MD, FRCPC
Director, Allergy & Clinical Immunology
University of Manitoba | Winnipeg, MB

HAE Canada’s goal is to help create a better life for patients living with HAE. In order to do so, patients must first understand how HAE impacts their life, not only during an attack, but between attacks. Takeda's online resources can be beneficial in assessing a patient's true level of HAE control; and will empower patients to take charge of their life.
Jacquie Badiou,
President HAE Canada

Remember, YOU are an important member of your healthcare team and your input is critical to achieve the best outcome possible for your daily living.

If you think you have HAE symptoms and have not been diagnosed yet, these resources can help you start your care plan journey.