Talking Red

Empowering women, dispelling myths, sharing knowledge

Talking Red is The Haemophilia Society’s campaign that urges everyone – men and women – to talk about women’s bleeding. We want to empower women, share knowledge and spread the word that help and support is out there.

Women’s bleeding disorders can have a big impact mentally, physically and financially. Yet many people still don’t know that women can be affected by bleeding disorders. Thousands of women are struggling with common symptoms – such as heavy periods and frequent bruising – unaware that they can ask to be tested for a bleeding disorder. Living with a bleeding disorder can be difficult to manage and affects relationships, education and work. It can also be lonely living with a condition that some people find hard to talk about. There is no cure for a genetic bleeding disorder but there is effective treatment available. That’s why it’s so important to get the right diagnosis.

No woman should go through this alone. Talking Red is here to bring people together, share knowledge and experience to empower women to get the treatment and care they need. Join our community and help get everyone Talking Red.

Talking Red Symptom Checker

This tool is designed to ask you questions about your period as well as other…
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Talking Red: Why Not Get Involved?

Here’s some ideas you might like to try Activities Hold a red themed event – cocktails…
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Talking Red: Gallery

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Talking Red: Real Stories

Read about the real-life experiences of women living with bleeding disorders below. If you’d like…
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Talking Red: Join our information event on Saturday 22 March 2022

Empowering women, Dispelling myths, Sharing knowledge The Talking Red campaign was launched to make women more aware…
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Talking Red: In The News

Talking Red is all about raising awareness about women’s bleeding disorders and reducing the stigma…
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Talking Red: Digital Resources

We have created images for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to use to publicise your support for…
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