I have been lurking here for a few months. Now delurking. Am a 62 year old man. Because of a whole raft of symptoms - gut problems, breathing difficulties and a lot else I got a private blood test last year. It was high positive for IgM and borderline for IgA. Saw Professor Kamashta at St Thomas's and he diagnosed APS.
The second blood test confirmed the first and I did have a proven clot in the leg in 2002.
After a bit of a wait - I have been given warfarin by the local Anti-Coagulation clinic in North East London. The haematologist registrar was very doubtful that it was APS. He said it was not - but he only had a fax from the GP - and was assuming it was the GP who diagnosed it. I've now given him all the paperwork.
Anyway having been on warfarin for four days - the difference so far is spectacular. I can hardly believe the refreshing sleep I have been getting. Energy levels are doubled and many symptoms seem to be clearing up.