Reply To: High CRP (C-Reactive Protein)

February 7, 2024 at 5:58 am

Hii, Here is the some information about the crp levels below.

<span style=”font-family: Arial;”>0.3 mg/dL – 1.0 mg/dL is considered a minor elevation in CRP levels. It can be seen due to minor infections like the common cold or a chronic condition like diabetes. Older adults, pregnant people, especially those in the second trimester, people living a sedentary lifestyle or those who are obese may also have minor elevations.</span>

<span style=”font-family: Arial;”>1.0 mg/dL – 10 mg/dL is considered moderate elevation. This needs to be investigated because it signals a significant problem. It may be due to an acute infection, a chronic inflammatory issue, due to heart disease, etc. </span>

<span style=”font-family: Arial;”>Levels above 10 mg/dL are considered to be marked elevation. Other factors and symptoms should be taken into account, and an investigation should be done in this case because it suggests an inflammatory issue.</span>

<span style=”font-family: Arial;”>Above 50 mg/dL is considered a severe elevation or dangerous level of CRP, which is seen in acute bacterial infection. It requires immediate treatment. </span>

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