APS • If you have POTS Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome with migraine, memory loss, balance trouble, livedo reticularis (photo) Raynauds (an autoimmune condition) a family history of clots or autoimmune disease, then you should be tested for APS. Even without these manifestations, visit your #Dysautonomia doctor and discuss being tested. APS is serious, but manageable, be proactive. This is a link to Hugh's Syndrome/APS information http://www.hughes-syndrome.org
APS Awareness Month: Day 17 ~ Another commonality amongst #APS patients is #Livedo Reticularis. This is that netlike discoloration that may appear on your legs or hands (or other areas of the body). Do you have #Livedo Reticularis? Share your experience in the comments! A good site for more info is: http://www.dermnetnz.org/vascular/livedo-reticularis.html Also...don't forget to share away on all social media platforms with the hashtags #APSAWARENESS and #GOBURGUNDY!!
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