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Can a high ESR that goes left untreated and keeps climbing cause symptoms?

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Dr. James Isobe
Phlebology
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In brief: Yes

The ESR is a non-specific test, and increased levels indicates inflammation in our bodies, from pregnancy to congestive heart failure.
It is best to look for the cause if the increased level persists.

In brief: Yes

The ESR is a non-specific test, and increased levels indicates inflammation in our bodies, from pregnancy to congestive heart failure.
It is best to look for the cause if the increased level persists.
Dr. James Isobe
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Dr. Victor Bonuel
Internal Medicine

In brief: ESR is a reflection

Of any inflammatory, infectious, autoimmune condition or stress level in your body.
We treat the cause and not the ESR elevation. I won't be worrying much about it because of your young age. Follow up with your dr. Ask questions and obtain satisfactory response. http://stressfish.com/stress_herbs_reduce_stress.htm http://www.Sparkpeople.Com/resource/slideshow.Asp?Show=33.

In brief: ESR is a reflection

Of any inflammatory, infectious, autoimmune condition or stress level in your body.
We treat the cause and not the ESR elevation. I won't be worrying much about it because of your young age. Follow up with your dr. Ask questions and obtain satisfactory response. http://stressfish.com/stress_herbs_reduce_stress.htm http://www.Sparkpeople.Com/resource/slideshow.Asp?Show=33.
Dr. Victor Bonuel
Dr. Victor Bonuel
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