Hi all, just having a think...funny the questions that go through your mind, and I'm jumping the gun as I havnt even seen Prof Khamashta yet...if you are diagnosed with APS, what happens usually with your treatment in terms of prescriptions and such?
In a hypothetical way, say if I'm diagnosed, I presume I can see Dr Khamashta at regular intervals for check ups at my own cost but in regards to getting/accessing warfarin/heparin etc how does it work? Does prof Khamashta communicate with your GP and discuss what is to be done and then your GP gives you the prescriptions on repeat and monitor you? Also do most people find that GPs accept the diagnosis and treat you respectfully as they would if id seen an NHS consultant? I think I mean do they respect private Dr's findings or do they see it as going out of their loop if that makes sense? Thanks everyone x