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C Reactive Protein Inflammation Food Allergies Infertility
No: C-reactive protein (CRP is a non-specific test. It is used to detect inflammation. The test cannot tell where the inflammation is or what condition is causing it. CRP is not diagnostic of any condition, but it can be used together with signs and symptoms and other tests to evaluate an individual for acute and chronic inflammation. ...Read more
Allergies usually mean there is a response like diarrhea, vomiting, hives, or anaphylaxis when that food is eaten. Other allergies can be more subtle and lead to chronic congestion, headaches, eczema, rashes, constipation, etc. Best answer- if concerned about a particular food eliminate it from your diet and see how you respond. You can ...Read more
C-reactive protein quant 11.5. (highest scale 4.9). Can't take nsaids. What will bring inflammation down? Steroids make hair fall out...
Leave it alone: CRP isn't an illness to be treated. At best, it's a weak estimate of atherosclerosis risk to be used only as an adjunct to a history and physical assessing your other risk factors and what should be done. It's also up in some of the inflammatory illnesses but these would be obvious enough if one was present. ...Read more
My c reactive protein was 4.5 (0 to 5) and my sed rate was 25 (0 to 20) what can I do to reduce inflammation?
Find the source!: Inflammation increases risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, neuro-degenerative disease & accelerates the aging process. The big question is what is the source of the inflammation? It can be related to autoimmune disease like arthritis but also is often caused by chronic low-grade infections such as sinusitis & dental infections/periodontitis. Diet can also influence inflammation. See comment:. ...Read more
I have HCV, myalgia, R Factor 160 IU/ml. Recent labs for Rheumtd Art neg, but C-Reactive Protein 24 mg/L. This def inflammation or cud it be smg else?
Impossible to say: Without a complete history and the ability to do an exam, it is impossible to answer. Ask the doctor who ordered the tests. Better yet, see a rheumatologist. It could all be secondary to chronic hepatitis. The rheumatoid factor is often positive in chronic liver disease. ...Read more
My rheumatologist says I am "false negative for c-reactive protein", because she can plainly see that I have inflammation. Why am i false negative?
Other blood proteins: The CRP is affected by a variety of inflammatory proteins in the blood, in some patients other markers of inflammation such as the esr, ferritin, ssa, platelet count or transferrin may better reflect the level of inflammation. The other possibility is that you have localized inflammation that is not enough to raise the crp, children with some types of jra (few joints) never have high crps. ...Read more
Inflammation when expose to sunlight for long time (body temperature increase), associated with high level of c reactive protein? How to reduce cr
CRP: Increase CRP is a consequence of the underlying condition. As you treat the underlying condition CRP decreases. ...Read more
Yes most of the time: Usually protein in the food causes the food allergies. Protein, meaning the specific part of a food that triggers your immune system. Example:milk allergy may be caused by casein protein in the milk. Allergies to carbohydrate unit of red meats is rare and presents differently. Best be evaluated by an allergist to help you clarify your allergy. ...Read more
Yes: It usually is a protein in the food that causes the food allergies. Protein, meaning the specific part of a food that triggers your immune system. For example: milk allergy may be because of the casein protein in the milk. There also may be allergies to the carbohydrate unit of the meats but that is rare and presents differently. Best be evaluated by an allergist to help you clarify your allergy. ...Read more
Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
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