Submitted by Dr T on March 14, 2011 – 9:28am
One thing at the time! CRP is used mainly as a marker of inflammation. A level above 2.4 mg/l has been associated with a doubled risk of a coronary event compared to levels below 1 mg/l. Recent research suggests that patients with elevated basal levels of CRP are at an increased risk of diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. A more sensitive CRP test, called a highly sensitive C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) assay, is available to determine heart disease risk.
Your cholesterol is too high and your blood pressure (if correct) too low. If correct, you may have an abnormally low blood pressure or it may mean you have a blockage in the artery to your left arm. I cannot judge that. You need to see your doctor!
You can check this out here:
Calculate your risk for heart disease:
What you can do:
Hope this helps,