Hello everyone! I haven't been officially diagnosed with aps, but just received my panel results and am kind of confused.
My back story is, I have birth to 3 healthy girls ages 7,5, and 4. In November 2012 I suffered at missed miscarriage, and in September 2013 my son was stillborn at 32 weeks from a fetal heart attack in utero. I'm now 23 weeks, and at the prompting of a fetal-maternal medicine specialist was tested for aps. I am able to
view my results online and see that everything seemed to be in range but my Antiprothrombin igM which came back at 31. I contacted my doctor and was told by my regular ob to take baby aspirin and we'll discuss at my appt on December 1.
I've tried to research Antiprothrombin without much luck, and am unsure if this high level is a great concern. I of course want to do what's best for this baby's life, but I'm unsure if I should push for more from my regular ob, go over his head and contact the specialist, or just trust that my ob will do the right thing?? Everything I've read said someone with aps should be on some type of blood thinner, but since only one level came back abnormal does that mean aps is not the issue??