Blood Clots and Pregnancy – Partner Toolkit

Photo collage of a diverse group of people. Stop the Clot, Spread the Word. Celebrate Family, Celebrate the season.

The Stop the Clot, Spread the Word®external icon campaign, a joint effort of the National Blood Clot Allianceexternal icon and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is a multi-tiered public health education campaign designed to raise awareness about blood clots for the general public and various high-risk groups.  This year, the campaign is aiming a spotlight on the risks of blood clots among expectant and new moms.

Did you know that women are five times more likely to experience a blood clot during pregnancy and the three-month period after giving birth?

This holiday season, join us in raising awareness about preventing pregnancy-related blood clots! Use this toolkit to share messaging about pregnancy-related blood clots with expectant and new moms.

Together, we can make a difference in the health of pregnant woman and new moms.

Use the sample messaging and visuals below to spread the word through social media, blogs, and more!

Sample Messaging & Graphics

Sample Social Media Posts

This holiday season, join us in spreading the word to prevent blood clots among pregnant women and new moms. Check out these 4 tips to learn how you can stop the clot, spread the word, and celebrate the season. https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Attention new moms! You can prevent a potentially dangerous blood clot by knowing your risks and being prepared. Talk to your healthcare provider and learn the symptoms of a blood clot. https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Expecting and new moms have an increased risk of developing blood clots. Don’t let a blood clot spoil your joy this holiday season. Learn your family’s health history to see if you may be at risk. https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Illustration of a new mom in front of photos of her family. Learn your family history of blood clots. hashtag stop the clot.

Expecting or recently had a baby?  Tis the season to protect your health! Sitting for long periods of time can increase your risk for a blood clot. Be sure to move your legs and arms frequently to help with blood flow. https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Illustration of new parents walking with their baby in a stroller. Just had a baby? Make sure to move around every 1 - 2 hours.

DYK? Women are five times more likely to experience a blood clot during pregnancy and the three-month period after giving birth. Take care of yourself this holiday season by learning the signs of a dangerous blood clot. https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Social Media Stories

Know your risks animation

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Add hashtags:

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Tag @CDCgov

Add a swipe-up link:
https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

Illustration of a new mom in front of photos of her family. Learn your family history of blood clots. hashtag stop the clot.

 

Add hashtags:

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Tag @CDCgov

Add a swipe-up link:
https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

Illustration of new parents walking with their baby in a stroller. Just had a baby? Make sure to move around every 1 - 2 hours.

 

Add hashtags:

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Tag @CDCgov

Add a swipe-up link:
https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

Blood clots symptoms animation

View text version

Add hashtags:

#StoptheClot
#Pregnant
#NewMom
#BloodClot

Tag @CDCgov

Add a swipe-up link:
https://bit.ly/3DosFX2

HHS CDC logos and the National Blood Clot Alliance Stop the Clot logo