So far going by the checklist from the symptoms sheet taken from here: aps-support.org.uk/about-ap... I had:
1. Multiple strokes, only the last one affected me, specifically, my vision, the rest I was unaware of, but an MRI was done at that time and it showed multiple strokes.
2.My first pregnancy – I was so lucky to have a child but he was an IUGR at 37 weeks.
3.Three miscarriages after that all at about 1 year interval
4.Migraine with wirery zig-zag flashed on the side vision, then turn into headaches
6.Recent development is dizziness
I was put on warfarin and was told to keep it between INR 2 and 3 (I go to a local blood collection clinic for blood tests). I still get migraine headaches and got a dizziness symptom that I have not had before. I otherwise feel ok, I get brain fogs – my main complaint. I also get tired very fast, but that could be that I am still recovering from my last stroke (May2nd)
My rheumatologist rescheduled my appointment from Aug. 11th to Sept. 20th. I would like to be prepared for it, and was wondering if, in your personal experiences, my symptoms would be considered sever by your doctors and thus warrant higher INR range as prescribed by Dr. Hughes (answer to question of the month here in the forum). Also to add, I had positive B2GP1 test done, the rest were negative. My IGM was elevated slightly at 21. I will be doing the second test for it this Thursday, Aug. 10th (12 weeks after my first) .
If there are any medical study links that would support your experiences and treatment plan I would love to get a link to those. Thank you very much!