Hi, I'm relatively new to this site having found it while researching for my recently diagnosed APS. I developed a DVT in my left calf in December 2015 which was diagnosed as a sporting injury (missed on Ultrasound), as I was training hard at the time. I received three shots of Clexane while waiting for the scan, this was then stopped post scan. Following a private scan and DVT diagnosis 6 months later I finally pushed for and got the tests I needed. This site, and now 'The Graham Hughes International Charity' is a great resource.
This morning I was reading a blog on 'my **** app' which has 165 million user (that's not a typo) and there is a story about a fitness trainer with APS following a stroke, (his father also suffered a stroke)! I feel it's encouraging that the message is getting out to so many people...
"What Happens When a Young Trainer Suffers a Stroke?"
Have a great day,
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