Hi my name is Lee, I was diagnosed with APS 2 years ago after having a stroke when I was 35. Since then it's been a total rollacoster, I have been admitted to hospital around 13 times with hemaplegic migraines and loss of right hand side. I now have a neurologist and take gabapentin for the migraines and clopidigrel for my blood. Just got to see if that's going to work. The worst thing is even though I have been diagnosed 2 years ago not one single doctor at my surgery has even bothered to learn what APS is or even called me in to talk about it at all, every time I go to the doctors they just shrug their shoulders and say I don't know what it is. The first time I got took to hospital the consultant said you can't have APS as only women get it. To the point where my works have sent me to have a consultation with their doctors and even he said I don't know what it is, but he did say that the type and severity of the migraines would put me under the disability equality act. Isn't APS also classed as a disability?