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Why does back pain occur with pancreatic diseases?

Why does back pain occur with pancreatic diseases?

Pancreas: Is an organ that lies directly on the spine, closer to your mid back than to the front of abdomen. That is why inflammation of the pancreas or tumors of the pancreas commonly cause pain there. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Gabor
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Pancreas (Definition)

Abdominal organ. It is digestive organ: it secretes enzymes into the small bowel which break down food and help its absorption. It is also an endocrine organ: it produces hormones involved in sugar control and control of digestion. Insulin is one of these hormones. Diabetics either lack Insulin (type 1 diabetes) or have inadequate ...Read more


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Could use expert help with why back pain occur with pancreatic diseases ?

Will give severe: Back pains due to chronic pancreatitis , , once diagnosis is established , see a pain management specialist to help you ...Read more

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Can pancreatic disease cause rotten egg farts?

Yes: It can if there is blockage of pancreatic juices. It is called steatorrhea. The stool will float over water. ...Read more

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How are emaciation and pancreatic disease linked?

Several reasons: 1. Diabetes out of control- you break down fat/ muscle when sugars high 2. If lack pancreatic enzymes which help absorb nutrients, lose nutrients in stool, don't absorb them so essentially patient is 'starving'. ...Read more

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How is it that lipase is elevated when no pancreatic disease?

How is it that lipase is elevated when no pancreatic disease?

No other causes: Of lipase elevation except pancreatitis. You probably had a mild case that went away before you had the test, because it takes several days to a week for lipase test to return to normal. ...Read more

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Is pancreatic disease an environmentally-induced disease or a hereditary disease?

Is pancreatic disease an environmentally-induced disease or a hereditary disease?

Pancreas: The simple answer is yes (environment), and yes (hereditary), but it could be nothing or something unrelated. I suggest you have your PC refer you to a gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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M 57, my tg remains at 400 and I am mostly fruit and whole grain eater.Does this means that i run high risk of pancreatic disease?

M 57, my tg remains at 400 and I am mostly fruit and whole grain eater.Does this means that i run high risk of pancreatic disease?

No: Whole grains should not increase triglycerides but a lot of certain types of fruit will. Look up the glycemic index to see which are more likely to raise triglycerides. If you have fasted for at least 10 hours before the test, high triglycerides will not come from fats or oils in your diet, mainly from the carbs. Eat more protein and good fats and lower glycemic fruit. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Shim
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Pancreatic Diseases (Definition)

Pancreatic disease is a condition in which a person has problems with his pancreas, the organ in the upper abdomen that makes enzymes for digestion and makes insulin to handle the blood sugar. Pancreatic disease includes ...Read more