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Posted by ccf Neuro MD on June 17, 1997 at 11:35:06:
In Reply to: ANTICARDIOLIPIN SYNDROME posted by TAMMY JO GOODMAN on June 07, 1997 at 23:20:51:
: CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME SOME FACTS ABOUT ANTICARDIOLIPIN SYNDROME. I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH IT IN 1994.
I HAVE SEVERAL PROBLEMS INCLUDING A MILD HEART ATTACK. I HAVE HAD TWO MISCARRIAGES AND AM NOW TRYING TO HAVE A CHILD.
MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE SEVERAL ?'S BUT NOONE WHERE WE LIVE CAN ANSWER THEM FOR US. I SUFFER FROM SEVERE HEADACHES,
THAT PUT ME IN BED AND I HAVE THEM FOR WEEKS AT A TIME NOT JUST LITTLE ONE DAY HEADACHES. I HAVE A STABLE HOME LIFE WITH THE NORMAL
STRESSES. I WOULD REALLY LIKE IT IF YOU COULD GIVE ME ANY INFORMATION YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO FIND.
Hello, Tammy Jo. Antiphospholipid antibodies area heterogenous group of antibodies directed against phospholipids, which are essential components of all cells in the body. Cardiolipin is a type of phospholipid that is very commonly involved. Antiphospholipid antibodies are present in 2-10% of the general population and usually don
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