In 2002 there was a wellknown Rheumatologist (who left Sweden for Australia) that suggested I should drink one glass of red wine for dinner. He had discovered I had all the three antibodies in high titres and I was at that time on Baby-Aspirin. He said he was sure I had clots.
I have been doing this ever since (14 years). I never drink other alkohol and never more than maximum 2 decilitres of red wine. I have taken ASAT and ALAT every year and they have been ok but the last year those liver-enzymes has been a little bit high (not very high) and my Rheumatologist asked me to reduce my redwine. So for some weeks I did not drink anything and the ASAT and ALAT was lower. I then tried to be on maximum 1,5 decilitres for a while and at my last visit the range was almost ok so she said that I could go on drinking my glass of wine for dinner.
Have you also had high ASAT and ALAT and has it been connected to drinking or could it be some other reason as we have APS also.
I like to drink my glass of redwine for dinner. Or should I stop it after 14 years. I am 72 and have also Pulmonary Hypertension and leaking heartvalves, but feel OK on Warfarin.
Kerstin in Stockholm