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LE Cells Test

LE Cells
₹ 430

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Sample type :

BODY FLUID

Description - The LE (lupus erythematosus) cell test is used to diagnose an in-vitro immunologic reaction between one’s autoantibodies to nuclear antigens. This is caused due to the presence of antibodies that weaken tissues with effect on kidneys, brain, lungs, heart, skin, and joints. Indicators for LE cell test include fever, rashes, fatigue, and joint pain.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The LE cells test is a blood test that screens for the presence of circulating immune complexes (CICs). CICs are proteins that are produced when the body's immune system breaks down immune complexes. These proteins can be detected in the blood and are a marker for autoimmune disease.

The LE cells test is used to diagnose lupus erythematosus, a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system attacks healthy tissue. The LE cells are a type of white blood cell that is involved in the inflammatory response.

People with autoimmune diseases have higher than-normal levels of lymphocytes in their blood. The LE Cell test can help diagnose LE, as well as other autoimmune diseases. It can also be used to monitor the disease and see how well it is responding to treatment.

In general, a normal LE cell count is between 4,000 and 11,000 cells per microliter. This can vary slightly from lab to lab.

There are a few things you can do to lower your LE cell test level.

  • First, you can try to reduce the amount of stress in your life. Stress can cause your body to produce more white blood cells, which can lead to an increase in your LE cell test level. Try to find ways to relax and reduce stress in your life.
  • Second, you can try to boost your immune system. A strong immune system can help to fight off infections and diseases, which can help to keep your LE cells test level down. You can try eating foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep.
  • Third, there are a number of medications that can help to suppress the immune system, which may help to lower your LE cell test level. Your doctor will be able to advise you on whether or not this is a good option for you.
  • Fourth, You could also consider a bone marrow transplant. This is a more extreme measure, but it may be necessary if other measures are not effective. 

Yes, the LE cells test is safe. There are no side effects associated with this test.

Before having the LE cells test, it is important to discuss any potential risks and precautions with your healthcare provider. This test may not be right for everyone, so it’s important to understand the risks involved.

Some of the potential risks associated with the LE cells test include:

  • Blood clots: The LE cell test can cause your blood to clot more easily. If you have a history of blood clots or are at risk for developing them, this test may not be right for you.
  • Bleeding: There is a small risk of bleeding during or after the LE cells test. If you have a history of bleeding disorders or are taking blood thinners, this test may not be right for you.
  • Infection: There is a small risk of infection at the site where the needle is inserted. If you have a weakened immune system or are taking immunosuppressant medications, this test may not be right for you.

No, fasting is not required for the LE cell test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for LE Cells Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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