What is antiphospholipid syndrome (APS)?
APS is an autoimmune condition that makes the blood stickier than normal, causing an increased risk of blood clots.
What causes APS?
Although there is no cure, the risk of developing blood clots can be reduced with treatment. To receive a diagnosis of APS, blood tests must be carried out by your GP.
What are the symptoms of APS?
Symptoms of APS include:
- Headaches or migraines
- Balance and mobility difficulties
- Memory problems