I am negative for the anti cardiolipins but very strongly positive for beta2glycoprotein (10 times the accepted limit). I have had late miscarriages, possible TIA's, lost a lot of my speech, colour vision, and memory. Also a problem with my bones.
My consultant who I reckon is brilliant never requested a second test just put me straight on warafrin - HUGE improvements in sight and speech within the first week.
I'm worried when I go St Thomas' they'll question not having the second test. But I know they treat people who are sero-negative. Do you think not having a second blood test is an issue?