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A 37-year-old member asked:

connection between high calcium and antcardiolipin and high c-reactive protein?

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Dr. Lisa Rankin
ADHD and Autism 25 years experience
Maybe: Depending on which antibody for anticardiolipin and which lab that value may fall into the indeterminate range and not really be an issue. The c- reactive protein can be elevated with acute infection or chronic inflammation. The elevated calcium deserves repeat testing with some additional labs to evaluate the parathyroid glands. You need the help of your medical provider to sort out the relevance.

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A 45-year-old member asked:

Is there a connection between: high calcium (11.2), high anticardiolipin (16), high c-reactive protein (7.2) ?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Rheumatology 52 years experience
See details: The anticardiolipin antibody value of 16 is only marginally elevated and probably not clinically significant. The elevated calcium is the major issue and needs immediate evaluation.

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