Friday, February 12, 2010

Lupus Anticoagulant Normal Values After Blood Test Can Lupus Anticoagulant Be Detected Before A Miscarriage Occurs?

Can Lupus Anticoagulant be detected before a miscarriage occurs? - lupus anticoagulant normal values after blood test

My sister just miscarried because of the lupus Anitcoagulant sydrome and is very healthy and everything went well with the child and do not understand how it happened. ansawer I can not find all the questions I saw, and wondered whether you could give me a link where you can search to find the answer and if u have please let me know! Thanks in advance!


Linda R said...

Some lupus patients have bleeding disorders. They can be detected through a blood test. Unless a doctor knows the patient has lupus, and the suspicion of a bleeding disorder, does not apply to test for it. Bleeding disorders, including antiphospholipid antibodies, lupus anticoagulant and anticardiolipin.

Women with these disorders can have kids. Pregnancies are considered high risk and must be by an obstetrician, to monitor the high-risk pregnancies in relationship to handle your rheumatologist.

nela jane and husband said...

Is that what you were UR? Go to, type of antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (lupus-like syndrome) and pregnancy. This could be sorry if you are not happy? well

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