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... The doctor says my CRP test results show that I am at High Risk for early Heart attack. ... (14 replies)
... Ric, I would do what Jacqueline suggested and as far as supplements, perhaps try to take an aspirin in the evening before bed. Doing these (weight loss, exercise, aspirin) took my hs-CRP from 1.8 down to 0.11. However, by the first time I had my hs-CRP measured, I had already dropped 30 lbs and started exercising--no telling how high it had been before when I had my MI... (14 replies)
... today but I wanted to get feedback from a few of you in the 'know' as to how my lab results appear. ... (5 replies)

... Research suggests that elevated CRP is associated with type 1 diabetes, but it is not convincing. ... (16 replies)
... A year and a half ago, my total cholesterol was 255 and my CRP level was a whopping 5.4! The doctor was really upset about the CRP. He put me on Lescol XL and told me to lose 30 to 40 pounds. ... (14 replies)
... This is odd... My CRP was 2.1 and it states that a CRP level of 1. ... (14 replies)
... CRP, the level of CRP is correlated to the level of inflammation which in various studies seems to predict coronary events. ... (14 replies)
... based med to reduce Cholesterol and reduce the risks of premature heart attack." He also said that if I didn't have a high CRP score, my Cholesterol was basically normal, but with the high CRP score my LDL needs to be lowered to below 100. ... (14 replies)
... 24WF, If you're still with us :D, I've just stumbled on a doctor's recommendation to try a short course of antibiotics in the event of a high CRP. Some errant infection anywhere in the body can kick the number up quite a bit. Finres, Do you care to enlighten us on the source of your phrase: "Statins will kill you?" Will it be a 100% kill rate or is there a chance... (14 replies)
... Hi: CRP only means that there is an inflamation some where in your body. The source needs to be determined. (search the web for C reactive protein test)... Don't start on the statins. Do a little cholesterol 101. Search how cholesterol is used in the body. You will be shocked. Statins will kill you. It has never been proven that cholesterol causes heart problems. You... (14 replies)
... ay, and is focused on LDL reading, which he says is great since it's lower than 70. Is there any other rock I can turn over to more fully understand why my test results are inconsistent, e.g. ... (5 replies)
... My CRP was 3. ... (5 replies)
... Hubble, yes I have a strong weight training program and I do cardio as well and I also have tennis elbow so when I had my test results both times my tennis elbow was killing me plus I had worked out the night before. I think I will try that aspirin a day thing. ... (27 replies)
... haven't heard of it having any effect on CRP though. ... (27 replies)
Ldl/tc 182/260
Sep 26, 2005
... Hi Steve, Sorry, I thought I read earlier in this thread that your doctor checked you homocysteine and CRP. Homocysteine, hs-CRP and Lp(a) are three risk factors that are believed to be the main cause of atherosclerosis. All three indicate inflammation. Homocysteine, when elevated, causes oxidized LDL. It's not elevated LDL, but oxidized LDL that is a risk factor... (22 replies)
... I am hoping for any insight on lab results I just received. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all - I've searched the internet but cannot find any guidance on my particular situation, probably because it is at odds with typical results. I had the VAP done last September and these were my results: LDL - 185 VLDL - 16 HDL - 63 TG - 51 CRP - 0.7 LP(a) - 6.0 (0 replies)
... I wish I was even half as serious. I believe your serious health regimen has warded off lot's of potential problems. I think your numbers are great. The CRP and homocysteine are better than aveage, and your total chol is under 200. As far as your concern about your HDL, your ratios are OK. ... (18 replies)
... C and vitamin B6 to help reduce CRP levels? ... (27 replies)
... Do you ever do a CRP test for inflamation? ... (10 replies)


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