5 Pulmonary Hypertension Online Groups

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Pulmonary hypertension is a complicated disease to live with on a daily basis. Because PH makes it difficult for you to breathe while living your normal everyday life, it’s understandable if sometimes you feel like the task is too much for you to bear on your own. That’s why it’s very important for you to know that there are people who you can reach out to —  others who are experiencing the same issues and will understand your feelings. Online support groups are one of several ways to get in touch with other PH patients. We’ve put together a list of five Pulmonary Hypertension Online Support Groups to help you connect with other patients. (source: Pulmonary Hypertension Association website)


  • myPHA: “PHA’s online social network for patients and their loved ones is home to hundreds of community members. Joining is free and easy and will give you access to our most comprehensive resource for online connection and support.”
  • Facebook Groups: PHA hosts Facebook groups for the following communities:
    • PHA Teens
    • SuPer Heroes
    • Generation Hope
    • PH Plus
  • Online Daily Chats: Here you have access to daily online chat meetings with other phighters.
  • PHA PHriends: Email Mentors: Although this is not specifically a support group, it is a way to keep in touch with an experienced patient, physician or caregiver who can help you when you are looking for specific information and/or support.
  • RareConnect Community: A community for those who live with rare diseases, pulmonary hypertension being one of them. You can share your life experiences, fears, doubts, and ask questions about your illness while connecting with people from all over the world.

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