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My ESR is 48, and body feels like it swells up in the mornings. Which specialists may be good to see?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Start with an
Internal medicine specialist.
It is important to have a primary care provider examine you and determine if and what type of sub-specialist may need to be consulted.

In brief: Start with an
Internal medicine specialist.
It is important to have a primary care provider examine you and determine if and what type of sub-specialist may need to be consulted.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
Fertility Medicine
In brief: ESR
If your family care physician who is the one that ordered this test then he or she will probably refer you to a rheumatologist.
This is a specialist who concentrates on autoimmune diseases and other diseases associated with inflammation which are the ones that elevate the erythrosedimentation rate.

In brief: ESR
If your family care physician who is the one that ordered this test then he or she will probably refer you to a rheumatologist.
This is a specialist who concentrates on autoimmune diseases and other diseases associated with inflammation which are the ones that elevate the erythrosedimentation rate.
Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
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