Anti-Phospholipid Syndrome
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Anti-Phospholipid Syndrome

APS (Anti-phospholipid Syndrome) is an autoimmune disease characterized by extreme obstetrical or thrombotic events that happen to patients. Due to persistent anti-phospholipid antibodies, APS targets beta-glycoprotein. Both the obstetrical and thrombotic events can trigger problems in patient health.

However, there are many ways in which you can cure APS. It requires expert doctors like Dr. Rajiv Passey, and he gives perfect medications and treatments to get you out of the danger of APS.

How APS can be prevented?

Dr. Passey recommends patients take anticoagulant or antiplatelet medication. These doses should be taken for the rest of their life.

If blood tests conducted show any kind of abnormal anti-phospholipid antibodies, then low-dose aspirin tablets are recommended.

If there are any signs of blood clots or severe symptoms, an anticoagulant injection called heparin may be needed.