Answers for Sed Rate Test Questions
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Q: Sed Rate 40 mm, and Evening Fever, Cough, and Vomiting
- polymyalgia rheumatica, systemic vasculitis, or temporal arteritis, such as headaches, neck or shoulder pain, or pelvic pain.
- As well as; Anemia, poor appetite,unexplained weight loss, and joint stiffness
- Infection, such as pneumonia, pelvic inflammatory disease, or appendicitis.
- stomach diseases, as you may have.
Q: My ESR 35, 37 Years Old Female, Temperature 37.5 for 3 weeks
Hi.I am 37 years old female. My body temperature has been elevated between 36.8-37.5 for 3 weeks. I also have cold feet and cough. But the cough has been so much better now despite the raised body temperature.
My ESR 35
Other results were normal including CRP
Do you what the above means?
Hemoglobin is low, which indicates mild anemia, but that can’t cause elevated Sed rate.
Q: Sed Rate 28 mm/h, Positive ANA IFA 1:40 titer, Hemoglobin 10?
My fiance has high blood pressure and takes medication (Losartan 50 mg/day) for the same. She has been feeling dizzy lately and did an ANA test recently to see if she has an autoimmune problem. She has heavy periods and tends to be anemic.
ANA IFA Screen with Reflex and Pattern IFA
Positive at 1:40 titer with speckled pattern
Red blood cell count 3.35 Million/uL
Hemoglobin 10.2 mg/dl
Platelet count 431 Thousand/uL
Sed Rate by Modified Westergren
Does this data suggest the presence of an autoimmune disorder or a cancer?
Q: Is ESR 10 mm/hr at 1st hour is normal?
Hello, I am 29 yrs old, male. I went to a doctor for mild joint pains. My blood test results are as below:
SERUM ASO TITRE: negative
C-REACTIVE PROTEIN: Negative
Blood for ESR: 10mm 1st hr.
Doctor is saying that up to 5 mm 1st hour is normal and i have abnormal situation and suggested for an MRI scanning. The information that you have provided says up to 15 mm is normal.
Do i still need to continue with the doctor?
Yes, ESR 10 mm/hr is still normal, but sed rate can go higher with age, and yes, you must listen to your doctor.
Q: My ESR Test Results Were 30 mm/hr, Is it something very serious?
Q: Sed Rate 33, Fever 104+, 8 Year Old Girl?
Hi. I have an 8 year old with high fevers 104+ from age 2-5 with no illnesses identified at time of fevers. Fevers have subsided now. Positive ANA titter 1:2560 finely speckled. SED rate 33 negative rheumatoid factor.
As you didn’t mentioned about any normal ranges for the results you sent, I can’t suggest an autoimmune disease,
ESR don’t get high without a disease please have your child a visit to a pediatrician.
Q:I am 46 years old and ESR is 57 mm/h, what does it mean for me?
Q: Sed Rate 16 mm/1st hour, is it dangerous, I am 28 years old man?
Q: ESR 26, FT4 14.4, and Taking Alfacort For Allergy on My Cheeks?
I am taking Thyroxin 100 micro since a couple of years now, but I’m feeling tired and have knee pain. Also, I have some sort of rash on my cheeks that my GP prescribed me allergy pills and alfacort but even after 10 days of treatment, it did not disappear.
Can you guide me please?
Q: My ESR is 20 mm/hr First Hour, 45 Second Hour, What Does Mean by it?
Q: ESR 25 and I have Flesh Wound and a Toe Fracture?
And I got a serious injury to my leg.
Leaving a flesh wound and a toe fracture. Is it bad or are there any chances.
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