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Having vaginal infection, on t.b medications. Is the decrease in the e.s.r significant? Should i continue medicine?

hi,my age is 27years/female ...i am repeatedly having vaginal infection(inflammation of the labia majora and minora)since my esr done 2months back doctor has put me on t.b medications since my e.s.r is 47 after 2.5months of the medications i started...should i continue the medications..and is the decrease in the e.s.r significant and is the diagnosis correct..
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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yes decrease in esr is a good sign. you should continue the medicines till the esr becomes normal .
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