So im probley going to die with in the next 10 to 20 years

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   Posted 5/1/2012 8:40 PM (GMT -6)   
And i wanted to know how to comfort my self cause the doctors don't care i get short of breath and it doesn't go away no madder what i do asthma inhalers do nothing for me Chest xrays show everything normal my problem is this..... Im 21 years old i eat ok exercise ok and guess what the marker that shows im going to die i just don't know whenive seen a cardiologist and they don't care that im going to have heart problems i just don't know when

at 21 years old my blood tests came back here they are you can look at them your self

im so worried about it ive become depressed now knowing i will die suddenly of a heart attack

Thanks genes..... I get short of breath for no reason and I don't understand why my heart does weird things like palpitations for no reason and the cardiac CRP worries me so badly i don't want to experience it I tried everything so im on steriods Givin by the doctor which is actually making my heart race Called mthylprednisoline just tell me what to do i know i have a clogged ateriy or something thats a silent one thats why im getting shortness of breath and they checked for asthma i do not have

So how do i set up a will? i dont want to die with out a will im hopeless and the doctors don't care I guess theres no point in wanting to live since my heart is inflammed no doctor will explain it to me i try my best exercising eating well i guess thats just not enough

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   Posted 5/2/2012 10:58 AM (GMT -6)   
First of all I can understand why you are feeling stressed re your labs results but I did note on your results that it was recommended that you make an appointment for a recheck of this particular lab. 

Normal CRP values vary from lab to lab. Generally, there is no CRP detectable in the blood.

Your doctor may also use a highly sensitive test called hs-CRP to help determine your risk of heart disease. I did not see any Lipid panel results unless I missed it.

You posted that you were prescribed  mthylprednisoline but did not say for what reason. ?  AS were are not medical professionals I cannot guess what is causing your elevated CRP and suggest that you take a deep breath and reschedule the recheck of your CRP.




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