Peripheral attacks and me. Your guide to peripheral attacks of HAE.

This resource is for people living with hereditary angioedema (HAE) who are affected by peripheral attacks.

Peripheral attacks of HAE can cause painful swelling in the arms, legs, hands, feet or genitals, and may prevent everyday activities.  Despite this, peripheral attacks in particular can often be underestimated. CSL Behring, in conjunction with HAE UK, has created a range of materials – ‘Peripheral Attacks & Me’ – to help you discuss the impact of peripheral attacks of HAE, in order to better manage symptoms.