I just wanted to post and share something positive that happened. I was able to get in touch with my specialist and get a treatment plan that allowed me to take a long haul flight to Utah for a work related visit. Up until last week, I had not traveled on a plane since my diagnosis with APS and my DVT occurred over a year and a half ago. I was super nervous, as I am only on 325 mg daily aspirin. My specialist advised me to take an injection of Lovenox about an hour before the flight, wear compression stockings, and get up as often as I can mid flight to move around. I made sure to book an exit row for extra leg room, and though I was unable to get an aisle seat I did manage to move a lot mid flight (ankle rolls, calf raises...getting up at least twice, drank lots of water on the plan, and all went well during the 6 hours in flight. No clots! I only had a small headache late in the day from the lovenox and likely lack of sleep, but that was manageable. I will not say it was comfortable...as my DVT leg aches a lot if I sit for even as short as an hour, but to know that I can travel safely was a huge deal for me. It means I need not fear going across country to visit family, and I am no longer bound to the ground. It's the little things that make all the difference! On to my next challenge - picking the ball back up in my IVF/donor egg program and trying again for pregnancy. (I finally had a positive result in Oct, 2014 after 11 total attempts/egg transfers, but sadly miscarried at 7 weeks despite therapy of lovenox and full dose aspirin daily.) But coming off the high of traveling safely, I am feeling more motivated/positive!