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Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR or sed rate) is a test that indirectly measures the degree of inflammation. Inflammation is part of the body’s immune response. It can be acute, which can show an increase in value after trauma, injury or infection. If the ESR is elevated for a long period of time, then it could be seen in conditions like autoimmune disease or cancer. The ESR is used as a screening test and not diagnostic, it provides general information about possible presence of an inflammatory condition. The ESR test has also been good indicator for diagnosis and monitoring of the following diseases, temporal arteritis, polymyaglia rheumatica, and systemic vaculitis.

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The test will provide a value within a reference range in regard to your sex.

The Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is a test that detects the presence of inflammation that can be caused by one or more conditions such as infections, autoimmune disorders, or tumor.

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FAQs

Am I required to fast?

No, fasting is not required. There are no dietary or medicinal restrictions to take this test.

What is the sample required?

A simple venous blood draw.

Is a doctor's order required?

No. You do not need to provide a doctor’s order to get lab testing done at Any Lab Test Now.

When will I get my test results?

Test results generally take between 24 to 72 business hours after your specimen is collected.

DO I NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?

You can walk in during our work-friendly hours to purchase this kit.  Some locations can ship the At Home Collection Kit directly to you as an alternative convenience option.

If I have questions about my tests results who should I contact?

We recommend you share your results with your physician.