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What are the reasons for having elevated ESR? Working in dust prone area. Had sneezing and cold. Permanent cure?

i don, know what are te reasons behind that mi eocinophils has risen to 12. i work in AC room and it is dust pron area. but in last one month or so i have developed sneezing and cold . it is just not leaving me. regularly i do yoga and walking and reasonably good health at my 50 years age. please advise how can i improve this.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Hi dear cause of increased eosinophill you have yourself mentioned in your question .The commonest cause of increased eosinophill is allergic reaction ,due to any allergen,in your case as you have mentioned is dust,which causes you sneezing and cold.the only way out of this condition is to avoid the allergens ,dust in your case,or you have to find any other can also try anti histiminic in the form of levo cetrizin
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