Hi, I'm looking for advise about what people are calling brain fog. My husband is diagnosed with APS and has had 3strokes. We have always put the cognitive side of things down to his Infractures in the brain but I am know wondering if some of it is down to the APS. After his latest stroke he was thombalised and came out of hospital walking and full of hope and no pain after years of pain. He has gradually deteriated since that home coming to the point of physios giving up on himas he was just too tired and had no interest in improving his physical and mental well being. Which may I add was a big change in personality. I'm now wondering if in fact some of it is down to the APS which we have only recently been told about but doctors test him positive in 2009. He was anti coagulated in 2009 but we believed that to be only for stroke prevention not because due to anything else. They are saying a rheumatologist and Haemotologist advised on medication but I can assure you we were not made aware of this. His specialist says there is no point in going back and recovering ground that has already been sorted. Frustrated that we were not made clear of this at the time. We are getting to understand a little more each time we read more on this super site and hoped someone could explain what you mean by brain fog as this is a possible side affect my husband has. Many thanks for all your information, vespa1
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