Q&A: How to address high anticardiolipin levels when you're pregnant
I had my blood checked recently for my level of anticardiolipin. The last reading was 18, my doctor said a normal reading is 14. Can you tell me if there are methods to treat this condition? I'm moving and plan to address it more fully when I'm settled. I had two miscarriages last year. Thanks for your advice.
Currently, baby aspirin given daily is used to address this, but for the latest information, consult with a maternal-fetal specialist when you arrive at your new location.