Medical Question & AnswersCategory: OthersElevated CRP and Thryroglobulin
fred asked 7 years ago

I am male, 28 years of age. I went for a full body checkup and did some blood tests.
It shows a CRP of 17.5 mg/L and a thyroglobulin level of 101.4 ng/mL.
I don’t feel any discomfort, swallowing problem, or swollenness aroud my neck. I’ll see a physician asap,but now I’m in a remote place, so it could take several days. what could be the problem ?

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freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 7 years ago

Elevated CRP denotes inflammation in body at some organ. Thyroglobulin level is also exceptionally hight. This clearly denotes some problem with the thyroid gland. Consult the best endocrinologist for further diagnosis and treatment.

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