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I am 22 weeks pregnant and having severe body pain since 4 days. Yesterday, I was admitted in hospital for 9 hours and they gave me injection. But, the pain isn’t going away. I am in severe pain in my entire body and I am taking painkillers but no relief yet. I got myself checked and my reports say that CRP is high. I want to know if that is a problem?
Can you share a photo of your CRP report and details of treatment? Which medicines are you taking?
CRP is normally <10 but during pregnancy, it can go up to 20 or so. High levels of CRP indicate infection/inflammation, this can even be raised in the mild case of flu or any other viral.
For the pain, it's best to consult with a gynecologist so that she can prescribe you something accordingly. Unfortunately, too strong medication cannot be given in pregnancy no matter how severe the disease.
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