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Question: My baby is having high crp level in blood.. Doc said some Infecsn.. But i was not having any infection as per test

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Answer: hi dear! Increased CRP levels can occur in infants for up to 3 days of life from noninfectious causes. The following factors have been reported to cause elevated CRP levels: Maternal fever during labor. Stressful delivery, fetal distress, or both. so dont worry dear. there is no stressful situations dear. relax! take care dear.
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    Preety Singh96 days ago

    Thnq mam she is admitted... How much time will take to get recovered

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