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Anyone ever experience an elevated sed rate?
Normal is 0-30 and mine is 126. Had shingles in August but such a
mild case that was treated right away with valtrex and neurotin
(still on the neurontin). Docs have run batteries of tests (more
today) but they are stumped.
Having low hemoglobin levels too (8.8)
|Sedimentation rate (sed rate) is a
screening test for many different diseases.
Mayo Clinic hematologist Ruben Mesa, M.D., and colleagues answer select questions from readers.
An elevated sed rate may indicate an underlying problem. But further testing is needed to identify the cause of the problem.
There are several wrong
perceptions in medical science;