6 months ago I was diagnosed with APS, after I suffered a PE a year ago (36 Male), I have been on warfarin ever since and been told this is likely to be for life. Apart from the small inconvenience of taking the warfarin, getting my INR checked, as well as being careful with bruises/injury and travelling, is there anything else I should be aware that could happen in the future.
I have the impression from my father (also on life long warfarin from 15 years ago) and GP, Hospital staff that’s it’s not a big deal, but I should just watch the above.
Am I missing anything, and is there something I should be aware of?
I understand as I’m more prone to clotting (although this should be less likely on warfarin) I run the risk of future PE, strokes etc, but feel like I may be missing something that I should be aware of.