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Is it possible to carry a baby to full term if your have Hughes Syndrome/Antiphospholipid syndrome?

Ive got some of the symptoms. I get terrible migraines and have bad circulation and found out yesterday and had the operation today for my second miscarriage at 10 weeks :'( Im so fed up and heart broken. They tell me its procedure here not to investigate the cause of recurrent miscarriages untill you've had 3. I dont think i could bare the pain again. Ive got a little boy and hes 3 and i didnt have any problems during my pregnancy with him so I was just wondering if anyone knew if it was possible to have this disorder and still be able to carry babies normally to full term? I cant seem to find any info on it anywhere. I'd just like a solid argument for it so i can take it to the doctor and get them to test me.
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1346146 tn?1299360497
Yes pregnancy with hughes syndrome is possible.  A simple blood test will tell the dr if u have it or not and treatment during pregnancy is low dose aspirin or heparin.  Good luck
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1911870 tn?1345419009
Go to a different doc. There's bound to be one that will gelp you without asking you to put yourself througb more pain. I am 3w5d with my second pregnancy. I miscarried my first at 9 weeks. That was 2 years ago. All I can think about with this one is if it will take or not. I'm doing everything right and I am praying dor this baby. I hope you will find a good dr. to help you figure out your health. My prayers are with you.
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