A 67-year-old female asked:
It was the crp high sensitivity test that was elevated at 4.99. my bp this am was 100/47. could this be my ph acting up?
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Internal Medicine 23 years experience
CRP: CRP is a marker of inflammation in the body, the high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) determines a person's risk for heart disease. Many consider a high CRP level to be a risk factor for heart disease. However, it is not known whether CRP is merely a sign of cardiovascular disease or if it actually plays a role in causing heart problems. CRP has no connection with your blood PH.
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Last updated Jul 16, 2014
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