Hi me again , sorry . I was diagnosed with APS last September after several TIA'S. I'm on warfarin now and still getting to grips with it
My 20 year old daughter had a TIA in March , I told them I had APS and had to battle for them to test her . Her IGO came back as 14 and she has to be retested again in a few months , today she was driving and got pins and needles in her leg , she pulled over , calmed herself , took a aspirin and waited until it had gone . Being a 20 year party animal , I'm not sure if it's her lifestyle as well , she is absolute exhausted most of the time too . She has Vasculitus as well and has had a kidney transplant so I'm a little worried .
Just received my book by Kay Thackray today and read about it being hereditary . My mum died in 1991 of a stroke at 56 , they also said she had M S . I think more like APS
Amy is at Manchester Royal on Friday for a check up on her kidney so I'm going to insist they send her to see Dr Ian Bruce immediately