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Is there treatment for antiphospholipid syndrome?

Is there treatment for antiphospholipid syndrome?

Anticoagulation.: If you get bad blood clots from antiphospholipid syndrome, treatment with Coumadin (warfarin) or another anticoagulant might be recommended. ...Read more

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Antiphospholipid Syndrome (Definition)

Antiphospholipid antibodies are components in one's blood that can increase the risk of blood clots especially in the smallest blood vessels called capillaries. These individuals are prone to deep venous thrombosis in the leg and potentially pulmonary ...Read more


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What is the treatment of antiphospholipid syndrome?

What is the treatment of antiphospholipid syndrome?

Depends: Aspirin or anticoagulants may be required. If severe, steroids, suppressive medications or intravenous gamma globulin may be required. ...Read more

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What is the possible treatment for polycystic ovarian disease. I also have gout and antiphospholipid syndrome?

What is the possible treatment for polycystic ovarian disease.  I also have gout and antiphospholipid syndrome?

Metformin.: As you may already know PCOS is often associated with insulin resistance. Many women are treated with metformin which is a diabetes drug. there are good meds for gout. Antiphospholipid syndrome is associated with blood clots which may be very dangerous. I thinkits time to see your physician who has to be very smart. ...Read more

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How do doctors determine when to use warfarin, heparin, or aspirin for the treatment of Antiphospholipid syndrome? And how long it should be?

APS: The type of anticoagulation is dependent on the severity of APS. Aspirin for all who can take it. Warfarin for recurrent DVT, stroke, thromboembolism episodes. Heparin during pregnancy and as a bridge. ...Read more

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Can you explain antiphospholipid syndrome?

Can you explain antiphospholipid syndrome?

Short description: It involves arterial or venous clotting or specific pregnancy complications, with laboratory evidence of anti-phospholipid antibodies. Autoantibodies, meaning produced and directed against one's self, are to plasma proteins (many:) altering normal clotting leading to thrombus (clot) and/or pregancy complications like fetal death, recurrent early pregnancy loss, eclampsia, and others. ...Read more

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What can trigger antiphospholipid syndrome ?

What can trigger antiphospholipid syndrome ?

Lupus, stress.: Systemic lupus erythematosus, chronic/acute severe stress and genetic predisposition all conspire to lead to antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. This is a very rare but devastating disorder that can have horrible perinatal outcomes with each pregnancy. Considered an autoimmune disorder, apls may have its etiological underpinnings in maternal-fetal cell trafficking, as most autoimmune conditions. ...Read more

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Can aps (antiphospholipid syndrome) cause ed?

Yes: The following published research article reported that 50% of the patients with aps had erectile dysfunction. http://lup.sagepub.com/content/21/3/319.abstract. ...Read more

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Please explain antiphospholipid syndrome in common terms.?

Short description: It involves arterial or venous clotting or specific pregnancy complications, with laboratory evidence of anti-phospholipid antibodies. Autoantibodies, meaning produced and directed against one's self, are to plasma proteins (many:) altering normal clotting leading to thrombus (clot) and/or pregancy complications like fetal death, recurrent early pregnancy loss, eclampsia, and others. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: antiphospholipid syndrome?

Antiphospholipid antibodies: Antiphospholipid antibodies are components in one's blood that can increase the risk of blood clots especially in the smallest blood vessels called capillaries. These individuals are prone to deep venous thrombosis in the leg and potentially pulmonary embolus in the lungs. ...Read more

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What should I expect from a condition known as "antiphospholipid syndrome"?

Hard to know: True anti phospholipid syndrome is rare we only diagnose this problem when people have a history of clotting problems the diagnosis has now been extended to people with 2 or more miscarriages. The diagnosis needs to be carefully considered if diagnosed Aspirin or Heparin maybe useful. ...Read more