Anticardiolipin antibody syndrome
Lupus anticoagulant syndrome
Antiphospholipid syndrome occurs when the immune system attacks some of the normal proteins in the blood.
There's no cure for antiphospholipid syndrome, but medications can reduce the risk of blood clots.
Typical Age of onset
Childhood - Age 3
Adult - 35
- Blood clots in your legs
- Repeated miscarriages or stillbirths.
- Rash. Some people develop a red rash with a lacy, net-like pattern
Sources: Mayo Clinic, Healthline
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