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What does it mean if I’m positive for beta 2 glycoproteins, but not for lupus anticoagulant or cardiolipins? No history of bloodclots or miscarriage.

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

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It depends on the the exact level of the beta-2.
Low levels are not significant. It is unusual to be cardiolipin negative but beta-2 positive but it can occur.

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It depends on the the exact level of the beta-2.
Low levels are not significant. It is unusual to be cardiolipin negative but beta-2 positive but it can occur.
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