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Hear Her: Help prevent pregnancy-related deaths

Social media posts allow you to easily distribute Hear Her campaign messages and materials to your audience. Use your organization’s social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter to share important information about preventing pregnancy-related deaths. Below are some graphics from the campaign and tailored posts that you can use to share and promote Hear Her on your social media channels.

Here are a few quick tips to help you make the most of your social media posts to promote the Hear Her campaign on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

  • Be sure to keep your posts brief. People are more likely to read short posts than lengthy ones.
  • Connect with partners. Ask them to share the posts or promote the content.
  • Use the campaign hashtag on Twitter and Instagram to label your message: #HearHer, which allows people to group and sort posts with that hashtag.
  • Engage with our social media handles through likes, mentions, and shares.
  • Download images that are sized appropriately for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Hear Her Campaign Sample Posts

Allyson Felix Sample Posts
“Had I known the warning signs I would have talked to my doctor sooner.” At 32 weeks, Allyson Felix was diagnosed with a life-threatening pregnancy-related complication, but her doctor’s fast actions helped save her life.    Recognizing the urgent maternal warning signs and seeking immediate medical attention could help save lives.

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“I really want women just to be aware. To know if they’re at risk, to have a plan in place, to not be intimidated in doctors’ offices, and to be heard.”

Most pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Know the warning signs and #HearHer when she expresses concerns, it could help save her life.

#HearHer #AllysonFelix

“I really want women just to be aware. To know if they’re at risk, to have a plan in place, to not be intimidated in doctors’ offices, and to be heard.”

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“Had I known the warning signs I would have talked to my doctor sooner.” At 32 weeks, Allyson Felix was diagnosed with a life-threatening pregnancy-related complication, but her doctor’s fast actions helped save her life.

Recognizing the urgent maternal warning signs and seeking immediate medical attention could help save lives.

#HearHer #AllysonFelix

At 32-weeks pregnant, elite athlete Allyson Felix was diagnosed with severe preeclampsia – a potentially life-threatening pregnancy-related complication – and was sent to the hospital for an emergency c-section. Her story is not unique. As many as 50,000 women experience severe complications related to pregnancy each year. Know the warning signs and act quickly if they arise.   #HearHer #AllysonFelix

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At 32-weeks pregnant, elite athlete Allyson Felix was diagnosed with severe preeclampsia – a potentially life-threatening pregnancy-related complication – and was sent to the hospital for an emergency c-section. Her story is not unique. As many as 50,000 women experience severe complications related to pregnancy each year. Know the warning signs and act quickly if they arise.

#HearHer #AllysonFelix

2 in 3 pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Learn the urgent maternal warning signs and listen when pregnant women or new moms share concerns. It could help save her life.    #HearHer #AllysonFelix

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2 in 3 pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Learn the urgent maternal warning signs and listen when pregnant women or new moms share concerns. It could help save her life.

#HearHer #AllysonFelix

Olympic athlete Allyson Felix joins the #HearHer campaign to help raise awareness of the urgent maternal warning signs and the importance of listening to pregnant and postpartum women’s concerns.

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Olympic athlete Allyson Felix joins the #HearHer campaign to help raise awareness of the urgent maternal warning signs and the importance of listening to pregnant and postpartum women’s concerns.

#AllysonFelix

Thanks to her doctor’s quick actions, her daughter, Camryn, is now a healthy, growing toddler and Allyson is a healthy, proud mom and a champion for maternal health. #HearHer

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Thanks to her doctor’s quick actions, her daughter, Camryn, is now a healthy, growing toddler and Allyson is a healthy, proud mom and a champion for maternal health.

#HearHer #AllysonFelix

Messages for Pregnant and Postpartum Women
You know your body best. If you are pregnant or gave birth within the last year and feel like something is wrong, speak up and ask for help. It could save your life.

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“I really want women just to be aware. To know if they’re at risk, to have a plan in place, to not be intimidated in doctors’ offices, and to be heard.”

Most pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Know the warning signs and #HearHer when she expresses concerns, it could help save her life.

You know your body best. If you are pregnant or gave birth within the last year and feel like something is wrong, speak up and ask for help. It could save your life.

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Pregnancy and the first year of motherhood come with lots of changes to your body. Most are normal but talk to your healthcare provider if something feels wrong. There are urgent warning signs for pregnancy-related complications. Learn the signs.

Messages for Support Networks of Pregnant or Postpartum Women
We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or a woman who has been pregnant in past year expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Pregnant and postpartum women often know when something is not quite right. Hear Her concerns and act- it could help save her life.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Too many women die each year in the U.S. due to pregnancy-related complications. If you know someone who is pregnant or a woman who has been pregnant in past year, Hear Her concerns. It could save her life.

Personal Stories

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Eleorra knew “something didn’t feel right.” Hear her story.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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When Valencia’s symptoms got worse, her primary care doctor really listened and helped her get the care she needed. Hear her story.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Kylie’s husband was her “lifeline” while she was experiencing life-threatening complications of her pregnancy. Hear her story.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Sanari knew something was wrong and “didn’t stop at no.” Someone listened and she received the care she needed. Hear her story.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Lindsay took action when her symptoms worsened. Hear her story.

Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

Messages for Pregnant and Postpartum Women
We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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If you are pregnant or gave birth within the past year, talk to a healthcare provider if you feel something is not right. Some urgent warning signs include a headache that won’t go away and gets worse, changes in your vision, trouble breathing, or chest pain.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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It’s normal to be tired during pregnancy or after you’ve given birth, but overwhelming tiredness, dizziness, or feeling very sad could be a warning sign of something more serious. Seek medical care right away.

Messages for Support Networks of Pregnant and Postpartum Women
We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Is someone you love pregnant or have a baby in the past year? Learn about the urgent maternal warning signs. Listen to her if she expresses concerns. Acting quickly and seeking care could help save her life.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Pregnant and postpartum women often know when something is not quite right. Hear Her concerns and act- it could help save her life.

Maternal Mortality

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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About 700 women die each year in the U.S. from pregnancy-related complications. Most deaths could be prevented. Learn about how you can help save moms.

We all play a role in preventing pregnancy-related deaths. If a pregnant or recently pregnant woman expresses concerns about symptoms she is having, listen to her and act quickly. It could save her life.

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Black, American Indian and Alaska Native women are more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications. Learn more about ways to prevent maternal deaths.