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My Esr And Crp Levels Are High Is It Due To The Fibromyalgia That I Have
Inflammation: Esr and CRP levels indicate inflammation. It could be a connective tissue ailment other than fibromyalgia. Also it could be from teeth and gum disease (periodontal infection) and sinusitis which require treatment. Try a healthy diet with many colorful fruit and vegetables, whole grain, non fat dairy and fish while avoiding meat and concentrated sweets. This along with aerobic exercise helps.See 1 more doctor answer
My ESR and CRP levels are high. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and also have raynauds, ulcers in mouth, sleep disturbances. Could it be lupus?
Fibromyalgia/lupus: Sounds like you have autoimmune disease like lupus or mixed connective tissue disease. Your symptoms can certainly be due to it. Fibromyalgia can, however, coexist with lupus, and the presence of lupus does not necessarily exclude coexistence of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a clinical diagnosis based on history and exam, and represents a chronic pain syndrome distinct from lupus.See 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have CRP always 20-22 and ESR 52. Is is related to fibromylagia? Cbc always normal. Should is start worrying
Ra, crp, esr, ana (< 1:40) all negative. But have sticky mouth n tongue, dry eyes, muscle pain. Doc says its normal fibromyalgia n not sjogern. Is it true?
Yes: Sound like fibro. You also have Sicca and not Sjogren's. Sicca is dryness as you describe and you have that too.
Had blood test for ESR and CRP again 3rd one and it's gone back very high again would this need testing again to see if levels dropped or not?
? diagnosis: Why are you having these tests for inflammation in your body? If you are being treated for a disease like polymyagia rheumatica, serial sed rates are used to judge treatment efficacy and guide the tapering of medication when the inflammation is under control. Your physician is best qualified to advise you as he/she has all the pertinent information on your case.See 1 more doctor answer
For 12 months, my CRP & ESR levels have been elevated by 2-3 times the normal range. Ana is also detectable. What can I do to lower inflammation?
You need: You need to determine is causing the inflammation. If for example you smoke, we know that that can elevated a crp. If you overweight, that can cause a elevated crp. If you are pregnant, both can be elevated. Without knowing more of your history it is difficult to comment on what exactly to do. See your doctor to discuss further.
Hs-crp level of 9. Esr-20 & Bradycardia, normal echo. What is another possible underlying issue? Why would CRP be elevated?
Many conditions: Can give you an elevated CRP and sed rate, but as inflammatory markers go - these are aren't through the roof high. Rheum conditions often very hard to diagnose with lab tests ALONE> You need a good history and physical
With recent blood tests indicating detectable (ie. High) levels of crp, ANA and esr, should I seek testing for lupus or any other diseases?
A good idea,,,: That would be a good idea, given your history of hashimoto's, and especially if you have symptoms and signs like a "butterfly" rash on your face and joint pain/discomfort.
Is it possible to have normal crp, esr, cvc levels yet have untreated celiac or gluten intolerance? 3.5yr old with unexplained neuropathy, high b12.
Yes: It's possible. Silent celiac disease (with normal blood tests but abnormal histology and serology) can be present in 20-50% of cases (estimated). (estimated: because no one knows the true incidence of silent celiac disease) (because it's silent).
Are C-reactive protein (CRP) and ESR levels typically elevated with advanced stage cancer such as stage 4 lymphoma?
No: These tests are neither sensitive nor specific for much. They generate enormous confusion and unnecessary fear. C-RP is made in atherosclerotic plaques and is often up in bad atherosclerosis. It's also made in the liver in response to some interleukins in disease elsewhere, especially some arthritis variants. Sed rate reflects globulins and fibrinogen, not usually up in lymphoma.
CA-19-9, hs, CRP, ESR and CEA levels. Are these typically elevated in pancreatic or gastric cancer??
Tests CA pancreas: 21 M LA US asks CA-19-9, hs, CRP, ESR and CEA levels. Are these typically elevated in pancreatic or gastric cancer?? ANS: if by typically you mean more than 50% of the time then No. I would discuss each with your Dr who ordered these and see how the numbers should be interpreted in your specific situation.
Esr 80 crp 8 over 3 months after AKI, which reversed on prednisone. ANCA levels elevated at 3.8. doctor suspects vasculitis/wageners. Do I need biopsy?
If offered: Wegener's is fatal if missed, usually manageable if diagnosed, and quite common. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
Would an enlarged spleen or liver increase ESR and CRP levels on blood test? If so- to what levels approximately?
Whoa: Elevations in the ESR and CRP are famously nonspecific and are helpful only in zeroing in on already-identified health problems. However, I'm concerned about your enlarged liver and spleen. This will require a proper workup -- it'd be a great shame to miss smoldering hepatitis, wilson's, hemochromatosis, or medication / alcohol effects.
Would an enlarged spleen or liver increase ESR and CRP levels on blood test? If so- to what levels approximately? (please a swee question)
Which is a better marker to use for inflammation in body ESR or crp? Have high ESR but normal CRP I'm so confused been diagnosed with temporarteritis
Difficult: CRP is to some extent more elevated when the inflammatory condition is due to infection. The ESR usually goes up with any inflammation that effects the endovascular endothelium (inside walls of blood vessels). It is classically over 100 in patients with temporal arteritis. Hope you are being treated aggressively with steroids. Get better.
Depends on the lab: Reference ranges can vary depending on the laboratory.
My child had labs down a ESR was 85, platlets at 578k, and CRP was elevated. Any thoughts on this?
No: Sed rate is greatly subject to lab error, and is famously non-sensitive and non-specific. If I had clinical signs of behcet's to warrant the diagnosis, I would give no regard to CRP or ace levels. Behcet's is extremely serious and you should not forego aggressive treatment on general labs that are seldom sensitive or specific especially in something as strange as behcet's.See 1 more doctor answer