It's been a while since I was on here last but just wanted to say it means so much to have an understanding wife/husband/ partner.
Many times over the last couple of years, my rock Miranda, has put up with my foibles due to APS and I wanted to give a shout out to all those partners that are there for their lesser halves.
You're all stars!!
I'm lucky at the mo. I currently take 6-7mg of warfarin and although I had multiple p.e.s on both upper and lower lobes of both lungs and diagnosed with Primary APS, I'm able too pretty much carry on as normal. I work 7.30 to 5.50 as a joinery manager working both on the shop floor and in the office. I still play sports, badminton and low contact football and often at weekends diy-ing so it's not all doom and gloom. I still get occasional headaches, aching and painfull hips/joints and every now and then fatigue washes over me.
Having a strong mind and especially a strong partner is a great thing to have
See you all at the patients day on the 18th May!