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Antiphospholipid Syndrome Questions

Related terms: Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome, Hughes' Syndrome, APS

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What time of the day can I take my coumadin?

Posted 15 Feb 2010 by cynjoy 3 answers

I've been taking coumadin for about 18 years and was originally told to take it at 4 pm. I also take a baby aspirin every morning. Does it really matter what time I take the coumadin as I'd really like to take both the asa and coumadin together each am and then not have to remember it ...

Coumadin - I have noticed that if my PT/INR is high. that my blood acts very thick. For example?

Posted 4 Mar 2015 by ajsully9 1 answer

I take 7.5mg of warfarin daily, my target INR is 2.5... last week I home tested and got a 7.9 reading... it took three test strips before I could get enough blood out to test in the time allowed. I then went to the local hospital to have it retested. It took the nurse three sticks before she could ...

Can I take aspirin along with Advil, flaxseed oil, selenium and black cohosh & multivitamins?

Posted 5 Mar 2013 by Roba osman 2 answers

I have antiphospholipid syndrome

Antiphospholipid Syndrome - Is it normal to have widespread pain with aps. My gp feels that it is.?

Posted 11 Nov 2014 3 answers

... It seems to be calm with no pain for a while then pain all over my body for weeks at a time. It can also be random pain in odd places. I feel like im going crazy trying to explain. Any help will be great fully received. Thanks in advance

Is aspirin really an effective alternative to coumadin?

Posted 3 Jun 2013 by hammerdown 1 answer

I've just been advised to stop my coumadin use & begin 81mg Aspirin.I have the antiphospholipid antibody, am allergic to Herparin agents, along with a lower than normal platelet count of 74,000 - stable for 3 months now. Despite these issues, I am as asymptomatic as one can be. No bleeding ...

I was diagnosed with Lupus in 1989 via a CVA {stroke) and in 1991 I had a TIA (mini stroke).

Posted 26 Aug 2018 by myangelcrosby2012 0 answers

I am currently taking prednisone, Plaguenil, Coumadin and Cymbalta. Just had my first infusion of Benlysta a week ago, Wednesday. Had no major reaction, in fact I had tons of energy until yesterday, Saturday afternoon. Major fatigue set in. Had to sleep the rest of the day. I have the ...

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