symptoms worse since having a baby, is this normal?
Hey! I was just wondering if any ladies had experience worse symtoms after having a child, I appreciate migraines and exhaustion comes hand i...
Is there a link between APS & having a baby born with a heart condition?
Does anyone know if congenital heart defects are associated with Hughes?...
Diagnosed with aps after giving birth to my first child 13 weeks early ....
Sore Bumps On the Head
Hi - I don't know if anyone else has this. I've had it for years intermittently....
need help pls
Any advice on how to proceed because I've had 1 test for APS in the past that was negative but I have found that is is best to look at the sy...
Medications and pregnancy?
I have SLE, Anti-phospholipid, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis plus a host of other illnesses!...
Prof Graham Hughes' May blog
Three interesting meetings to report, the third being the annual Hughes Syndrome Foundation Patients ’ Day earlier this week. The world of au...
Only in my head?! Really?! OMG so frustrated. Has anyone been to St. Thomas and what are the costs?
I was diagnosed in 1996 after multiple miscarriages, but now the hematologist is gone and no one believes I have APS....
Re: APS diagnosis
I have been told that I have the APS strain, and I am not sure what that means, but no official results are in for Lupus or APS. I have sever...
An intro and some queries
Today I received a rejection from a life insurance company stating antiphospholipid syndrome as the reason they wouldn't insure me :(...
recently diagnosed with aps
hello im a first time blogger, i have just been diagnosed with aps im on aspirin and currently pregnant with my 8th pregnancy, i have had nur...
Could Hughes syndrome be the reason for my miscarriages?
Hi I've recently found this group and found the info on here very useful. I have two boys aged 5 and 7 - had no problems with either pregnanc...
How to take aspirin without indigestion?
For a long while the defining characteristic of my migraines was they only responded to triptans, but since going on a tca and ssri I find th...
no symptoms, sporty, 80% LAD blockage to CABG or not?
My husband is a 50 year old, very fit ( mountain bikes 4 * 1.5 hours per week, 1 * 3 hours and plays squash 2 times ) - he is a pilot so regu...
Hi all, a little intro..
I was diagnosed with APS about 6-7 years ago ( I think ) after being taken ill with some form of stomach bug that induced none stop vomiting ...
New to blog, but sufferer of RLS for many years
Over the years I read about RLS in many newspaper and magazine articles but it was only when Mirapexin became available on the NHS that I app...
Urgent improvements needed for patients with atrial fibrillation Experts call for better management of this life-threatening condition
A new report written by UK experts, and launched by AntiCoagulation Europe, shows that atrial fibrillation ( AF ), a condition that affects u...
I haven't been diagnosed with Lupus but on many occassions it has been mentioned as a possibility but back in 2002 i did not have enough Lupu...
Asthma ... and painkillers, whats best???? Any ideas???
Hi I’m after some advice please. I currently take co-dydramol 10mg/500mg as pain relief and I’ve been taking co-codomol or similar for about ...
New to APS and terrifie.
I just got my test results today and found that my Beta 2 Glycoprotein IgM is high for the second time since the first test, so the doctor ha...
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