I have been thinking for some time about this, and I really think it makes sense. But I think all females should be screened for APS before they are put on the contraceptive pill. This condition is more common than we know, and if females are screened at age 16, it could mean less risk of the fatalities from blood clots, or near fatal blood clots (as being on the contraceptive pill and having APS is a recipe for disaster - as it was for me!). And it will also help with pregnancies - as women will know before they start trying for a family if they require aspirin/clexane during their pregnancies.
What's everyone's opinions on this?
And who do I approach to make this point - is it my local MP?? Thank you x