TIP: Be Heroic, Alert & Equipped for attacks! Always have a plan in case of emergency and be sure your family/caregiver knows what to do in case you have an attack.
Although HAE attacks are often unpredictable, some potential triggers have been identified.
Be aware of activities, changes in medications, or situations that may precede or trigger an HAE attack. Keep a journal of your attacks and share it with your HAE specialist during visits. Together, you can look for patterns.
It’s best to avoid or minimize your exposure to situations that may trigger an attack. If it’s unavoidable, such as a dental procedure, contact your doctor before undergoing the procedure. There may be precautions you should take.
TIP: Help your doctor find the right treatment plan for you!
An attack is not always preventable. In that case, the best plan is to be prepared:
TIP: World Allergy Organization Guideline:All patients who have an on-demand treatment should be trained to self-administer
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