How To Deal With Increased LEDs?
, I want to ask, what is the increase in LED (LED: 35 mm / hour) so what solution is not LED .. ??
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LED (blood sedimentation rate) is an examination carried out to assess how fast red blood cells fall and settles to the bottom of a tube. This method can be done to detect inflammation in the body. Because, when the body experiences inflammation, special proteins are produced which cause red blood cells to fall to the bottom of the tube faster. LED examination is often done on people with complaints of headache, joint stiffness, aches in the back, neck, pelvis, decreased appetite, or also weight loss for no apparent reason.
Normal LED values can vary depending on age and gender. Here are the guidelines:
Normal LED values in men: 0-15 mm / hour (age less than 50 years) and 0-20 mm / hour (age over 50 years)
Normal LED values in women: 0-20 mm / hour (age less than 50 years) and 0-39 mm / hour (age over 50 years)
Increased levels of LEDs can reflect inflammation in the body. This inflammation can be triggered by various factors, for example infection, malignancy, autoimmune disorders (for example lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, vasculitis), temporal arteritis, and so on. Some drugs can also slightly increase LED levels.
However, if you view the results of your LED examination, the increase in LED levels that you experience is not significant. Therefore, just referring to the results of your LED examination can not be concluded the existence of certain diseases. For this reason, it is more appropriate for you to consult the results of your LED examination directly with your doctor or clinical pathology specialist who examined you beforehand. Your doctor will provide the best treatment tailored to the cause of the abnormality in your examination results.
I hope this helps.