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What Is Considered To Be A Very High Esr
Newly asthmatic and had another ESR test which show very high again within 4 weeks since the last test which was back to normal levels will this mean I need to be tested every few months to check?
Several reasons: That test can be elevated in liver and muscle diseases or secondary to some medications. Discuss this result with the doctor who ordered the test. ...Read more
As: Long as possible provided you follow healthy lifestyle and do regular check ups and take medications as recommended. Good luck ...Read more
Need more info: Low ESR is not abnormal. Your lymphocyte count may be normal for you. Lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and your doctor who knows you better is usually in the best position to do that. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/lymphocytosis/my00360. ...Read more
Can you tell me what you suggest if ESR blood test result is very high (for female over 50years is 85))can cause cancer?
Just a number: Sed rate is useful in diagnosing a handful of uncommon diseases and in my opinion is overused. Many older folks have a high sed rate and no explanation is ever found. It's also not something you can treat. I suggest you forget about it and maintain normal vigilance against cancer like any other sensible person. ...Read more
Had blood test for ESR and CRP again 3rd one and it's gone back very high again would this need testing again to see if levels dropped or not?
?diagnosis: Why are you having these tests for inflammation in your body? If you are being treated for a disease like polymyagia rheumatica, serial sed rates are used to judge treatment efficacy and guide the tapering of medication when the inflammation is under control. Your physician is best qualified to advise you as he/she has all the pertinent information on your case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Did ESR test and it was very very high from the normal level...A test was done because of my constant severe pain in both legs...What does it mean?
Nonspecific: The ESR or erythrocyte sedimentation rate is the rate at which red blood cells sink to the bottom of the tube given in mm/hr. It is a non-specific measure of inflammation that has been around since 1897. The ESR tends to rise with age and is higher in women and when anemia is present. There are many reasons for an elevated esr, so the test is not useful for indicating a specific diagnosis. ...Read more
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