Hi all, I'm new here.
I was diagnosed with Hughes syndrome and pulmonary hypertension 2 years ago after almost a year in hospital and numerous operations to remove blood clots.
One of my specialists recently spoke about changing me from Warfarin to Riveraxeban. As my INR has never been stable. My target is 3-4 and I usually take between 8mg and 12-mg, as well as heparin a lot of the time.
My professor replied to the specialist stating that it would be a very bad idea to switch me due to my "brittle APS"
My question is, has anybody else been told they have brittle APS? And can anybody explain what that means as I've had no luck with research online.