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High ESR levels. Diabetic, high BP, PC kidney, MRI, CT all normal. Feels weak, tired. Any suggestions ?

Hi my father was just told that he has high esr levels at 79. He has gout Diabeties cholestorsl high blood pressure and polysistic kidney disease He had an MRI done and ct scan and were all good. They did a culture test In the blood and all good. Any suggestions. He is feeling weak, cold, tired. Not interested in walking Or doing anything in that matter
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query
i can feel your concerns
ESR is a nonspecific test and raised in various conditions like infections,inflammations and may be raised because of polycystic kidneys and as he is diabetic and having high cholestrol
is he having fever?
i advise to moniter his sugar levels and blood pressure regularlyand start antidiabetic and antihypertensive medications after consulting your doctor
Improve his diet.add fresh fruits and vegetables to his diet and avoid junk food ans soft drinks
Ask him to drink lot of water
check his haemoglobin level.and add iron supplements if it is low
i think there is also an elemment of depression.give him more time and try to indulge him in healthy activities like walking, exercise etc.antidepressent medications can be added after consulting your doctor
wishing him good health
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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