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    effie
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    I am 34 years old and my ESR is 33..what does that mean? thanks!

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    I am 69 years old, reasonably fit but have an ESR of 36. My teeth have deteriorated in the last six months and now need extensive replacement and surgery. Do you think that the inflammation involved in this condition would raise my ESR to 36?

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    arrows98
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    Just got my lab report but have not seen the Dr yet. My ESC is 74 (High) Creatinie Ration 29 (High). I am 62 years old. Could this be a serious problem?

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    ms rachel
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    i have done my ESR test and the result is 90mm/hr. i have fever, flu n cough for 3 weeks. do anything wrong with it?

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    ms rachel
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    i'm am 21 years old lady.

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    Poison - Hi, I am a 32 year old female. I recently started getting recurrent uti's. I was just in hospital for a int. urethrotomy and ct of the kidney, not currently have an infection. the ct scan picked up kidney stones (small). My blood test showed a Erythrocyte rate of 147, is this normal or what can be the cause of this?

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    Hello, I just turned 49 and for the last 24 days have been very sick with cold/flu like symptoms. This week I got very sick with a continuous cough, my blood pressure dropped and while my hands and feet were ice cold I felt my face burning up. One doctor thinks I may have a sinus infection while my general doctor says he doesn't know but is concerned because my SED rate is 36. Does that sound consistent with a sinus infection? Just started antibiotics last night but had a very bad night coughing. None of the prescriptions medications seemed to stop it. Thank you SO much for any thoughts you may have on this. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. ;-)

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    Hiya I have just been told that from a blood test the result is an ESR of 33mm/hr and it quotes HCT: 0.487 - what does this? Thanks a lot for any guidance. Thanks Neha

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    suman
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    what is wintrobe method how is it different from westegren method,why we have to check for first hour and second hour?what is its significance.i am a second year medical student so just curious to know?

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    lori
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    I have the opposite issue. I'm 43 year old female and my ESR is 1. I have a CRP of <5 and plenty of other sypmtoms. My doctor has not been able to figure out what is wrong. Thought everything from chronic fatigue to carcinoid tumors. Are these figures at all telling. He seems to think not.
    Thank you in advance.

 

 
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