Is it possible that a high blood protein count is a sign of hodgkins disease?

Not really. High blood protein can be seen in different settings like in infections, chronic inflammation, chronic diseases, or sometimes in condition like plasma cell disorders. It is not specifically associated with and it is not particularly a sign of hodgkin's lymphoma . If you are concern about your health condition, you should go to see your doctor and discuss in detail with your doctor.

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Could high blood protein count be a sign of hodgkins disease?

Anything. A high total protein (tp) can be related to cancer (or many types) or an inflammatory state. I would not make the general statement that high blood protein is a marker for hodgkins lymphoma. Also a high tp on a blood test would not even suggest i look for lymphoma. It would suggest looking for the cause and possibly ordering an spep test. Read more...
Not really. High blood protein in majority of cases are caused by the presence of inflammation or other chronic diseases that trigger inflammation in the body. Having said that , sometimes, in certain cancer like myeloma, a high protein level can be seen that is associated with presence of cancerous protein (monoclonal protein). The high blood protein itself- by all means- is not a sign of hidgkin's lymphoma. Read more...