As I mentioned in my last post I will be having updated bloodwork done to check my APS and clotting time etc. will the fact that I take baby aspirin, NSAIDs, propranolol, and methocarbamol affect the accuracy of my blood test? I guess I need to call my doctor to ask him if I continue the meds before the test. I am curious of anyone's knowledge about this. Also I would like to know about what it will mean if this time around it tests me negative for APS. Last test was 13 yrs ago. Are they more accurate now. Before I was called "borderline" I know it sounds crazy but what if it says I don't have APS after all these years. What does that say for the lifelong migraines I have had and the 4 miscarriages and the huge clots from my uterus after birth and the poor circulation in my hands etc etc. I guess I am worried that this will put me right back to not having answers for my health issues. Could it also show that I am now not "borderline" but full blown APS and if so will that automatically mean Coumadin or Warfarin? And once you go on that is it forever? I have lots of things spinning in my head now that I am seeing the Hematologist again. Also, does anyone know if St Johns Wort and Alfalfa are safe for APS. I was wanting to try St Johns for depression and the Alfalfa for sinuses. But I don't want to do it if it's bad. They don't look to interact with my medications as I checked on a drug interaction checker app. Thanks so much everyone on here for the knowledge and support you all give. I used to feel alone and now I don't.