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How to bring crp level to normal ?

hi, my crp is possitive 24. i had my delivery before 8 months.i stopped my breastfeeding at 6th month , becoz of not to getting enough milk for my baby.but i wish to breastfeed my baby. is there any way to continue breastfeeding again? how to bring my crp level to normal?please helppp... what are the foods i do and dont eat? pls help doctor .my mother is a arthritis patient. will it offect me also when my crp is high?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Jan 2011
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Thanks for the query

Crp is nothing but C Reactive protein and is not a specific marker of anything. It can raise in any condition, auto immune and infective. Even in arthritis it will be raised. If u r currently asymptomatic it is best that u ignore it. However there are no food products that will help u reduce CRP

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Answered: Fri, 19 Aug 2011
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