ESR is the rate at which red blood cells sediment in a period of 1 hour.
It is a common hematology test that is a non-specific measure of inflammation
The ESR is increased by any cause or focus of inflammation
. The ESR is increased in pregnancy or rheumatoid arthritis
, and decreased in polycythemia, sickle cell anemia
, hereditary spherocytosis
, and congestive heart failure
The basal ESR is slightly higher in females
so dont worry as only esr is high and its not too much high.
continue medicine as directed by eye doctor