I am a 45 years old male who have been very healthy until the last few years. I worked out over the years and watch what I eat. Last year I had a lump removed from my neck and was tested for lymphoma. At the same time, I was hospitalized for a high Cpk level. My lymph nodes in the neck only increase now when I am getting sick (thats my indication that I am starting to get sick).
Since then I am constantly weak and my cpk level has steadily increased. I have seen the cardiologist, hemotologist, rhumatologist and the neurologist and all the test have come up normal except the cpk level.
My cpk level is now over 800 and I have been told when it gets over 1000 come back and they will do a muscle biopsis. Until then don't worry about the level.
Am I being overly concern with this level, or do you believe I should keep plugging to make someone listen. :confused:
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