Have seen my new GP this morning, what a lovely lady! She confirmed that my last GP had done the Lupus anticoagulant test which was normal but none of the others. Because she didn't have my medical records yet she couldn't order blood tests but has referred me straight to a rheumatologist to discuss my symptoms and family history, they can then do the tests. Can't believe what a difference a GP makes!!!
How many others of you have had neg Lupus anticoagulant and positive on the aCL or anti-B2GP1?, would it need to be positive on all three tests for a diagnosis?