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... I have APS, and I was diagnosed by Dr. Graham Hughes in London England. I travelled to see him from Canada! ... (0 replies)
... SO many patients with MS are misdiagnosed.. they actually have Hughes Syndrome because it can mimik so much! ... (6 replies)
... I have APS, and I was diagnosed by Dr. Graham Hughes in London England. I travelled to see him from Canada! Anyway.. ... (35 replies)

... Sjogrens Syndrome. I actually went to the best in the world to see if that was what I had, Dr. Graham Hughes in London England. APS was named "Hughes Syndrome" after him. ... (17 replies)
... known is Dr. Graham Hughes. Dr. ... (3 replies)
... Rheumatologist's are not Gods. Trust me. I had seen 8 of them before I hit Dr. Graham Hughes doorstep in London england. I travelled all the way to him because they had no idea what they were doing with me! I am from Canada so it was quite a journey!!! ... (6 replies)
Lupus?
Dec 6, 2003
... Angelic, Thank you for all the info on APS. What tests should I have to check for it? Here's the MRI results of my brain in 2001. There have no changes in subsequent MRI's. "Multiple small foci of increased signal intensity within the white matter of both frontal lobes and white matter of the anterior parietal lobe on the left side. None of the lesions are large or... (24 replies)
... lt congratulations on your new little person. Now may I welcome to a wonderful supportive group of people. I am in the UK and was for a long time a patients of Graham Hughes who, as you know the syndrome is named after. ... (4 replies)
Lupus?
Dec 5, 2003
... would lead me to believe that you may have APS rather than MS. ... (24 replies)
Uncertain....
Jun 11, 2009
... and also to hopefully help you to carry the baby full term. Here in the UK there are some dedicated clinics to help with pregnancy in lupus with ladies who have APS set up by Dr. Graham Hughes who discovered the problems with APS and pregnancy. ... (15 replies)
... It CAN occur without Lupus present, many women find out that they have APS when they do miscarry a few times. If you have APS, it is nearly impossible to keep a pregnancy because your body produces clots and will abort the fetus. ... (2 replies)
... before I really understood what APS can do to a person. We are unsure if my eyesight will return, but I pray that it does soon. ... (4 replies)
... or sticky blood. If you are still a patient of Graham Hughes that is great. I know he retired from the NHS in November and is now practicing from a private hospital in London. ... (7 replies)
... helping you ask better questions. In addition to the previously mentioned Dr. Daniel Wallace, in the U.K. you could look for Dr. Graham Hughes. Dr. ... (5 replies)
... Dr. Graham Hughes for a number of years. He is based at St. Thomas' Hospital in London. It was my decision to change hospitals, nothing he did personally. ... (7 replies)
... Dr. Graham Hughes. ... (21 replies)
... exist with lupus. APS can cause migraines, miscarriages, low platelets, strokes, endocarditis, lung problems, etc. ... (8 replies)
... a clotting disorder in which blood clots, headaches, miscarriages, etc. may be seen. APS can occur in conjuction with lupus, or "standalone". ... (9 replies)
... headed up by Dr. Graham Hughes. ... (28 replies)
... FYI, Dr. Graham Hughes, the dr. who did the real groundbreaking work on APS, is English. ... (6 replies)




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