We have provided the following free factsheets about different aspects of APS for you to either download, print or share.

This factsheet series has been compiled by APS experts and healthcare professionals. Special thanks to Professor Beverley Hunt from Thrombosis UK  who helped produce the Fact Sheets on Antiphospholipid syndrome and women's health and Travelling with APS.

If you find our Fact Sheets useful, please consider making a donation so that we can continue with our work.

What is antiphospholipid syndrome and how can it affect you?

What are the symptoms of antiphospholipid syndrome?

How is antiphospholipid syndrome diagnosed?

Antiphospholipid syndrome: treatment and medication

Talking to your doctor: how to get the best from your consultation

Visiting the dentist when you have APS

Going into hospital when you have APS

Medical identification: what to carry in case of emergency

Associated conditions: the autoimmune family of disorders

Antiphospholipid syndrome and women's health

How to inject yourself with heparin

INR and self-testing with APS

Driving with antiphospholipid syndrome

APS: employment and benefits

Family and friends: helping people understand APS

Travelling with APS: advice and tips



We have produced the following leaflet for you to download or print. If you would like us to send you copies, please email us.

An introduction to APS and how APS Support UK is trying to help


Please download and print our APS poster to raise awareness at your workplace or fundraising event:

Are you aware of APS?

Click below if you would like to download the Welsh language version of the APS awareness poster,

Ydych chi'n ymwybodol o APS?

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Useful websites

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