Living with Antiphospholipid syndrome can really test your mental resolve and fortitude. I have had several episodes of blood clots since 2009. A DVT, a stroke, several mini TIAs, blood clots in kidneys and spleed and growth on 2 heart valves. It has been very traumatic to say the least and all I can do is hope that there is a future cure for the disease out there. I am glad to have found this support group as it would help with day to day mood swings and just figuring out how to get through each day.
I was just in the hospital for a week for my second time in 7 years. The first time I was in for 10 days. I have L.A. and will most likely be on Coumadin for life. Eliquis can work for LA but has not been approved by FDA for that specific blood condition, yet. For me Coumadin is my best friend now, and hematologist will explore more options and meds in the future. I just got out of...
Yesterday I lost another pregnancy of multiples to antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. Out of 5 pregnancies I should have 7 children but I only have 1 living child because of this curse. I thought I was use to it but I feel a little piece of me die every time and I'm spiraling into a deep depression. I want more children but apparently my body says otherwise. Signed,Tainted fertile ground