Hi, I've just looked again through your past posts.
It's possible the high CRP is due to the infection or Hodgkin's lymphoma, or to both - though the suddenness of the rise probably points to the infection.
But Hodgkin's Lymphoma can also cause the high eosinophils, which in turn could cause the problem with the wound healing (since eosinophils make the blood-chemical plasmin which counteracts normal clotting). The eosinophils are also involved in uterus/ovary, so maybe the underlying problem really is an infection - brought about because of your immune deficiency and the CD4 condition.
Just speculating: maybe the infection was previously confined but it suddenly spread and that's why your bloods showed a sudden change. It's all guesswork but if the hema evaluates your swollen neck/clavicle nodes and eliminates Hodgkin's, then that will point very strongly to infection. However, one would then have to wonder why an infection in and around your wound area would result in swollen neck/clavicle nodes.
Can Hodgkin Disease cause a sudden sharp rise in CRP? I don't know, but if it can I'd guess it is not usual. That'd be a question to certainly ask of the hema.
Good luck, I hope you get some answers soon. It would probably be very desirable at this point to have one of the nodes biopsied.
Hopefully I will get some answers on Monday. I am having a nightmare with consultants who don't want to treat my wound infection which is showing Staphylococcus Aureus and I am now on my 11th Oral antibiotics. The only time it cleared up is IV antibiotics. I have sent an email to my General Surgeon who had taken my gallbladder out to get his opinion.
Thanks a lot
well, it might be the MRSA then
it seems so odd the way they are behaving