REFLECT ON THE FULL IMPACT OF HAE

HAE can be difficult, even between attacks

Living with the unpredictability of HAE isn’t always easy.

Whether you have frequent attacks, or one every few months, the effects of HAE can be felt even after the physical swelling and pain from an attack have gone away.

Take a moment to consider how HAE affects your daily quality of life.

myHAE Reflection Guide

When thinking about the level of control you have over your HAE, it might be helpful to consider common concerns experienced by others, including some of the ways HAE affects life between attacks.

Feel free to enter any thoughts or feelings you may have in the text boxes provided. If you would like, you can print out your notes to share with your healthcare team. Please direct any treatment-related questions to your doctor.

NOTE: YOUR RESPONSES WILL NOT BE COLLECTED OR STORED.

How does HAE affect your emotions?

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How does the unpredictability of HAE affect your quality of life?

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Have you noticed that living with HAE is affecting your social life?

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Do you feel HAE stops you from getting ahead in your life?

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How does HAE affect your family planning?

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What would improve YOUR quality of life?

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Sharing your thoughts and feelings with your healthcare team can help them provide you with care that best fits your needs.

Don’t be afraid to ask your healthcare team for resources and support to help you deal with any concerns you have identified.

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myHAE SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Help your HAE healthcare team improve your quality of life. Prepare for your next appointment by answering a few key questions.

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myHAE Reflection Guide

How does HAE affect your emotions?

How does the unpredictability of HAE affect your quality of life?

Have you noticed that living with HAE is affecting your social life?

Do you feel HAE stops you from getting ahead in your life?

How does HAE affect your family planning?

What would improve YOUR quality of life?

Sharing your thoughts and feelings with your healthcare team can help them provide you with care that best fits your needs.

Don’t be afraid to ask your healthcare team for resources and support to help you deal with any concerns you have identified.