Peer Support

Are you feeling overwhelmed after a blood clot diagnosis?

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with a blood clot or blood clotting disorder, you might feel like there is no one to talk to about your diagnosis, treatment, and recovery, or about what you’re experiencing, physically and emotionally.

A blood clot diagnosis can be overwhelming and scary, and it can lead to a lot of unanswered questions. Building a helpful support team, which should include trusted medical professionals, is a crucial part of your recovery. You should also take time to talk to people who share your experience firsthand.

Join Team Stop The Clot ® Facebook Group

A blood clot diagnosis cane be life-changing, but you’re not alone. We created the Team Stop The Clot® Facebook Group so that blood clot survivors can come together as a community and share their blood clot journeys, talk about exercise, ask questions, cheer each other on, and provide comfort. Join the group here.

Are you looking for more recovery resources?

NBCA’s online e-magazine – Personal Perspectives: My Blood Clot, My Life – is intended to recognize and celebrate blood clot survivors, and the diverse experiences of the clotting community as a whole, while highlighting the recovery and lifestyle issues of significance to people who have experienced a blood clot, as well as their families and caregivers. Read NBCA’s e-Magazines here: e-Magazines

If you have any questions or comments about this online support community, please submit a question to