Please help so anxious

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i had bloods done 2 months ago and i had a cold with raised crp of 7 and raised neutrophils . had a repeat yesterday and results back and after 2 months i still have a raised crp of 7 and with night sweats i am panicking so much it's cancer/ i am in such a state but raised neutrophils have gone down. could crp

still be raised after 2 months?

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    I'm not seeing how is elevated?  Most labs say that 10 or below is normal.  What is the range value on your test from your lab work? 

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      It's only slightly high and nothing to worry about.  A number of things may cause your CRP levels to be slightly higher than normal. These include obesity, lack of exercise, abdominal fat, cigarette smoking, and diabetes.   I would advise to just have your doctor retest in a few months and if it continues to keep rising, then I assume your doctor will run other test.  But, especially being everything else is normal, then it's most likely nothing serious at this point...

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    They are a huge number of bacteria in our body, some of them are very important and some of them less important, Many times when the less important bacteria increasing their population in our body we become very anxious and there for I have recommended you to increase the amount of sulphur in your digestive system so the population of the bacteria that causing the animosity will be reduce
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