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Has anybody have a elevated crp

Posted by @techi, Sat, Mar 3 10:17pm

I was reading a little bit about elevated crp and l know its an inflammation but l didn't get it, if its of the liver or is it that something is inflamed but they are not sure what. Also at one point l was told l had renal kidney disease but they haven't said anything about my kidney but that only l have kidney stones.

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I jjst didn't quite understand so l just wanted to know if thats something you will get if you have HE?

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I jjst didn't quite understand so l just wanted to know if thats something you will get if you have HE?

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@techi – CRP is a non-specific inflammatory marker that indicates inflammation anywhere in your body, but does not tell you where. Learn more at LabTestsOnline .org and search CRP (or any of the tests below).

For kidney stones/kidney function, your urinalysis results will be the most informative (look for blood, nitrites, ketones); you also might see abnormalities in BUN or creatinine levels in blood.

For liver function, blood levels of ALT, AST and bilirubin can be indicators.

A blood test for Lactate Dehydrogenase isoenzymes can help pinpoint where organ damage is occurring if it's uncertain.

Hope you're feeling better!

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