Hi, my name is Sam I am 42 years old and live in Cornwall with my wife and 13 year old son. I was diagnosed in 2011 after suffering a huge PE at the beginning of 2011. Because my local hospital couldn't find a reason for the PE they decided to refer me to St Thomas's and was then given the good news. I never really recovered fully from the PE and have since had a number of other issues. My health deteriated in November 2011 after a minor operation and has now resulted in me being retired from my job of 27 years. I have terrible memory problems and have now devoloped a tremor and have trouble with mobility, muscle and joint pain. Currently my medication is clexane, plaquinal, codine, fluexitine and slimvastatin. I have also been referred to a nuerologist to try and work out what is causing the tremor which is awfull, they don't seem to think that this is part of my APS. Oh well that's me. Whats ironic is that they say Hughes can mimic symptons of MS and my wife was diagnosed with this 3 years ago. We make a right pair don't we.
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