Markers of chronic inflammation in diabetes ?

Good day members,

This is my first post on this forum - and I hope a few members will already be familiar with what I'd like to explore.

ESR and CRP when elevated can be markers in the blood of on-going inflammation, perhaps being caused by an (often unidentified) illness. Also an elevated white blood cell count could be in response to an on-going (and again, perhaps unidentified) illness. Are such abnormalities, indicating inflammation and/or an on-going immune response, sometimes or often seen in diabetes ?

If so, how are they addressed or resolved ( - if at all). Look forward to all considered replies.

Kind regards & blessings to all sentient beings ( - reading this, or not !)

Sid Arthur ;~)x


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  • The elevated ESR,CRP and white blood cells are attributed to immune response to infection and treated with antibiotics as far as my understanding goes.

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