Am 19 with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis have a gall bladder sludge with inflammation in head of pancreatitis will this be reduces by medicines???

FAT FREE DIET/DRUGS& you need to be on fat free diet,with small breakfast.frequent small meals and reduced calories Drugs like Actigail(Ursodiol) a gall stone solubilizing agent and another Chenodeoxycholic acid Last resort is Cholecystectomy as you have chronic pancreatitis Check your blood for triglycerides,calcium etc.

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Age 19 + idiopathic chronic pancreatitis & tablets are creon10000 & ursoidal from 30dys. Mrcp shows "ABRUPT cut in head with duct dilated" suggest.

Complex solution. Not sure if this is truly idiopathic if on MRCP you have a distinct level of pancreatic obstruction with proximal dilation. See a GI specialist for ERCP with possible sphincterotomy or stent insertion. You may benefit from Whipple procedure if you improve with this and are not diabetic. This would be done by a general surgeon specializing in liver and pancreas surgery. Read more...

I have idiopathic chronic pancreatitis my age 19.& liver, hepatitis, CBP r normal. No stone but sludge. MRCP shows no autoimmune +pancretic divisium. Sugge?

Pancreatitis. It sounds as if you are being seen and managed by a very knowledgeable doctor and would continue to follow their advice and guidance. This is a very difficult and uncomfortable disease and hopefully you will respond well to conservative measures. Wish you the best and good luck in the future. Read more...

My bilirubin is 1.5 and sgot and sgpt is 138 and 66 age is 19 and have idiopathic chronic pancreatitis Gurmuk sing I need yoyour advise sir?

Chronic pancreatitis. The chronic pancreatitis you mention can explain the abnormal liver tests. By saying idiopathic, you indicate that the doctors have not been able to determine the cause. It is not practical for me to offer meaningful advice about pancratitis. Please do follow your doctor's advice and discuss monitoring for diabetes and malabsorption. I wish you the best! Read more...