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HS-CRP is 4.66 mg/L
Hi sir, I have gone through one blood test and in that my hs-crp level is 4.66 mg/L which is normally consider as high risk. Could you please let me know the possible reason behind this and what should I do next to control this ??
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Ha Crp can be raised in inflammatory diseases. If there is no alternative explanation then risk factors for cad especially fasting lipid profile should be done. Exercising regularly and taking heart healthy diet should be in any case be considered.
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