Just posted yesterday a question about getting heparine/ clexane. I was just phoned by the hospital saying they didnt want to treat me as APS since i had a healthy child and after that 2 miscarriages so that wouldn't suffice, since the official diagnosis to receive the diagnosis is to have 3 miscarriages. Having a healthy child would indicate that the other miscarriages were probably caused by my age, 38, even though i have (only one) negative antibody, IGM. Since i slready started aspirin they wouldn't take me off that, but they wouldn ' t suscribe heparine and i would be treated as a normal pregnancy.
Is it reaaly the case one should have 3 miscarriages? Are there any formal documents or research that give diagnosis with 2 miscarriages? She is open for research but they want to follow the official guidelines. She will phone me tommorow again.
If i don't follow their advice, I can go back to the hospital who gave me the diagnosis of APS, but I wanted to go to this academic hospital, since they have a higher standard of healthcare.
Pfff, how complicated! Its stupid to wait for a 3d! Miscarriage only to be confirmed with aps
Ps i have severe migraines, and also rsi kind of complaints in arms that might be linked with aps... But thats something they don't really take into account