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What can I expect from "antiphospholipid syndrome"?

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Dr. Romeo Mandanas
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Complex problems

The manifestations of aps range from having no symptoms at all to catastrophic, disastrous clotting affecting multiple organs leading to death within days.
Many will present with blood clots, some with skin changes, others with low platelets or women will have repeated spontaneous miscarriages. Another autoimmune disorder may also be diagnosed such as lupus erythematosus. See:http://www.Apsfa.Org/.

In brief: Complex problems

The manifestations of aps range from having no symptoms at all to catastrophic, disastrous clotting affecting multiple organs leading to death within days.
Many will present with blood clots, some with skin changes, others with low platelets or women will have repeated spontaneous miscarriages. Another autoimmune disorder may also be diagnosed such as lupus erythematosus. See:http://www.Apsfa.Org/.
Dr. Romeo Mandanas
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