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ashton91213 posted:
I Want To Know If This Is Something That Only Effect Me If I Get Pregnant Or Can It Harm Me Pregnant Or Not Pregnant
atti_editor responded:
Hi ashton91213,

Antiphospholoipid Syndrome is characterized recurring blood clots, which can form in any blood vessel in the body. Although sometimes the cause of miscarriages, APS is not limited only to those who are pregnant. It would be best for you to speak with your doctor about what APS means for you, and how you can prevent any complications. Here is some more information on APS you might find helpful.

Best wishes,

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