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What Is The Normal Range For Crp Test
Extreme fatigue and swollen lymph nodes. Checked out by surgeon. CBC: White blood cells in normal range, lymphocytes 53% ESR and CRP ok. No fever, I gained weight. Doctors say an infection. Ideas?
I have hypothyroidism and recently had a CRP test done the results came back within a normal range of 0.7 could this be the disorder is in euthyroid?
CRP????: Thank you for requesting me to answer your question. The CRP test is not indicative of a thyroid condition being either over or under-active. A Thyroid panel with a TSH would be more indicative of Hypo/Hyper/ or a Euthyroid condition. Hopes this helps. ...Read more
Eosinophils 7, serum bilirubin direct.42 total.83.All other cbc/lft/kft/crp test within normal range. Do strenuous exercise,healthy otherwise.concern?
All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, none of your result is a cause for concern.
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I know it varies from lab to lab but what is the "normal" range for C-Reactive Protein? I have 0.9mg/L. The lab report does not state it was hs-CRP.
Less than 1mg: is considered normal. FYI it is a very non specific test that measures inflammation in the body that could occur in vascular diseases as well in arthritis, infections and carries increased risk of CAD. CDC Recommends to use average of 2 test 2 weeks apart to access the risk of vascular disease. Control other CAD factors like DM and Exercise may reduce CRP ...Read more
Dx with fibromyalgia at age 29. SED rate very high - 50's and CRP 4-5x normal range entire time. Still fibro? If not, any ideas?
You need to see: a rheumatologist or a family physician with good knowledge in autoimmune and connective tissue diseases. These results do not confirm anything, and they are at best nonspecific. However, given an apparent lack of diagnosed infection, they are markers of inflammation often correlated with autoimmune disorders as well as infection. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Prior 2 h1n1my TSH was 2.52, 3 weeks later it was 0.61 normal range 0.40-4.10, it never recover over1.20.Crp was high, but norm after 6 months, relervan?
Influenza: Your influenza is unlikely to have affected your thyroid hormone levels. A CRP is an incredibly non-specific measure of inflammation and elevations can occur with nearly anything. A low TSH is most frequently associated with elevated levels of thyroid hormone, but can have other causes. See an endocrinologist. ...Read more
I have elevated CRP (1.5)
high cholesterol 268, HDL 78 and LDL 128 triglycerides in normal range
Low monocye percentage
Crp and cholesterol related?
Cholesterol is a fat: which allows animal cell membranes to be flexible & humans to move; has little to do with arterial disease though promoted by NIH.gov for 4 decades for less $. Typical total cholesterol before people 1st obvious heart attack 170 mg/dL. LDL-C is not measured from your blood, only estimated: LDL-C = TC - HDL-C - 1/5th triglycerides. Get NMR lipoprotein test, get LDL particles <400 to max 700 nmol/L ...Read more
Can a diagnosis of lupus SLE be given if all blood tests (CRP, rheumatoid factor and full blood count) are within normal ranges?
Joint pain: None of what you have presented is normal for a 30 year old. What did your physician say? ...Read more
High sensitivity CRP: In a person without any iinflammation, CRP is an indicator of vascular health and normal levels should be below 1.0 mg/l. ...Read more
C reactive protein really high 61.7mg/l. normal range should be >.05. what is this caused from. also high ddimer. im so scared.
See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, the information you provided suggests inflammation, not necessarily infection. It is not feasible to provide a more meaningful opinion without examining you and you should consult the doctor who ordered the tests. ...Read more
Tested + for Ana so went to rheumatologist. Second round of blood work tested in normal range for Ana but high range for scl-70 and c reactive protein?
How do you FEEL?: A positive ANA is common in young women and most never go on to have any problems. Reference ranges even for arcane stuff like Scl-70 are set so that several percent of healthies fall above. If you feel well and it's not super-elevated, I"d ignore it. The C-reactive protein business is famously nonspecific and I think it gets too much attention. Look at the big picture -- how you FEEL. ...Read more
What do you mean by "baby crp"? Was the test done on your baby? All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, if the test was done on you, it indicates inflammation. See this site for information.
http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/c-reactive-protein/basics/definition/prc-20014480 ...Read more
Lab tests: This is high. But it has absolutely no meaning taken out of the context of your clinical symptoms and signs. The test is extremely non-specific and there may be both false-positive and false-negative findings. ...Read more
Why is it that when u have a crp/sedrate test done&they r looking 4 temporal artertis your test can still b normal don't understand if its inflam prob?
Temporal arteritis: Temporal arteritis is not typically not associated with someone your age. ...Read more
My CRP is 6.0 mg normal test not HS CRP had all tests done for illnesses but every ok apart from this can it be rasied for no reason?
Stop worrying: As a pathologist / lab specialist, I'm sorry that you were even screened. C-reactive protein is often high for no reason whatever, and for many folks this is just how your genes make you. The modern fad / cover-your-butt practice to do expensive workups in asymptomatic people with high CRP is just health-care waste. I'm sorry this happened. Get on with your life and work on physical fitness. ...Read more
If your HS-CRP is measured to be normal (.05mg/dl) does it imply that regular CRP is also normal? Confused b/c reference ranges are very different.
C-reactive protein: Nobody really knows what C-reactive protein means or how to establish a reference range for a test that's famously not sensitive or specific for anything. As a pathologist, I feel that testing for this leads to "treating lab values" and scaring people, and that it's driven by defensive medicine. I may be wrong. Stay fit, care for youself, manage coronary risk factors, & don't focus on labs. ...Read more
My blood test showed CRP as 0.2 mmole/l. Is this low, normal or high? Would fasting without food or water for about 13 hrs prior affect the results?
C-reactive protein: Always get reference range w/your lab result so that you can tell whether you're low, normal or high. Reference ranges depend upon lab equipment used as well as units. CRP is usually measured in mg/l, even in bc (http://www.Healthlinkbc.Ca/kb/content/medicaltest/tu6309.Html). Typically, results. ...Read more
No: Desirable level is less than one mg/L. ...Read more
What does C-Reative Protien(CRP)= 2.90mg/L blood test result means? What should be normal result?
Hi sir,crp test 0.654mg/dl.swealing lacrimal gland inside orbital area. iis that normal.should be (0-0.500mg/dl) some says(0-0.8mg/dl) confuseee?
See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, CRP is not diagnostic of any disease. It is a measure of the presence of inflammation. Even by conservative standards, your CRP level is not a cause for concern. You do need to see an eye doctor of the proper care. ...Read more
What are the normal CRP levels in mg\dl ? I have been diagnosed with avn(injury), CRP came out 0.94 mg\dl, other tests for autoimmune diseases are -ve
See details: The CRP is virtually always normal in avn. Trauma is the most common cause of avn. ...Read more
Does amitriptyline lower CRP or ESR levels? What about ldh levels? I take 10mg at bedtime and all of these tests are normal. Could it mask these tests
What is CRP in blood test? How high is bad for heart and what level is normal, my blood CRP was I think 14, please give in depth answer.
Marks inflammation: CRP is a non-specific marker of inflammation. Also depends on the normal range for this blood test. May be mildly elevated if the lab range is 1-10, or higher if normal is 0-1.0. May be due a multiple of reasons. Can be related to heart, vs.Poss. infection, autoimmune conditions but none is for certain by only looking at CRP. Rec. discussion/follow up with your MD. ...Read more
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