Hi, I was having shoulder arm left hand pain for the past two years it comes and goes . I took ecg it was normal and my doctor asked me to check cholesterol and blood test. My hemoglobin is 8.5% and esr shows 100mm. I am afraid wat would be my problem. Please help . I am 38 years old female. My weight is 90kg
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replied September 15th, 2016
I have got border line cholesterol and given me iron and cholesterol tablet
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replied January 6th, 2019
Hello and welcome to ehealth forum. I have read your question and would like to help.

Your haemoglobin level is low ,which can result in raised ESR.
Low haemoglobin means anemia, most comm on cause if anemia in women in blood loss (during menstruation) and iron deficiency.
Further work up is required for proper diagnosis.

I hope it helps and wish you good luck.
Kindly contact your healthcare provider.
Regards
Dr Khalil
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