A 19-year-old male asked:
when aps is left unchecked, where does it typically strike? it has already affected my heart, where is the likely next target? i am on blood thinner.
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That is unknown: As you know, antiphospholipid antibody syndrome is characterized by abnormal blood clotting and can affect any area of the body. The key to treatment is aggressive anticoagulation. If you maintain good anticoagulation your chances of developing new clotting become much less.
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Last updated Nov 2, 2013
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