Hi there, after three years of false positives on syphilis tests, they are required for my ARC, my doctor finally ran a series of tests and I
I’ve had false positives on syphilis tests… I’m gonna google about that syndrome now. If I find anything interesting, I’ll post it.
If you have only positive titer for phospholipid antibodies but never experienced blood clots of any sort, you don’t have the antiphospholipid SYNDROME yet. There is nothing you can do to make them(the phospholipid antibodies) go away, but sometimes they go away spontaneously. It is not inherited. Avoid other risk factors for blood clots such as smoking, hormonal birth control, long car/train/plane rides without getting up and walk around etc. Diet and excercise will not impact on these antibodies. Hope this helps.