Chronic pancreatitis nursing care plan

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Before any journey, you need to find out where you are. In my other post, I outlined my history with chronic medical issues and getting hooked on dilaudid. I won't go back over that, but you can find it in my posts. Where I am now is taking 8-20mg of dilaudid by IV every 3-4 hours. Due to pain doc issues, I wont be getting any more pills. My pain is not in full force right now, so I am moving forward to get myself off dilaudid. First step is to get off the needle.
I really think you hit it right with the Chronic pancreatitis. Although Chronic pancreatitis is very hard to diagnose. People with CP often show nothing with blood tests. Even at the time of an attack. The Dr who did my ERCP with menometry said the only way to truly find out if CP is your problem is the measure the pressure in the duct that goes directly into the pancreas. Which they don't like to do because of the risk involved.
I get RLS and jitters. I hate it. My pancreas acts up too. I'm on them because I have bad chronic pancreatitis and cystic fibrosis. I'm trying to wean but it has been difficult b/c of pain and w/d's and the docs say teh w/d can hurt the baby. So, if I am dependent that does that mean the baby has a higher chance of being too? I've heard so many conflicting things. I talked to a neonatologist that said it totally depends and noone knows. But, they must have some idea.
Somehow when I went through 7 months in hospital and Skilled nursing facility from major Cirrhosis problems cause by Portal Hypertension, my Hep C never attacked. My viral load is extremely low at 15,283. I have never had treatment for it and my liver seems to be fighting it, the Dr. says. Of course it could pop it's nasty face at me at any given moment, so I am definitely interested in treatment.
Diabetes is usually only a risk if a patient has lived for quite some time - even years - with chronic pancreatitis. It all depends on how much damage is done to the Islets of Langerhans cells that produce insulin. One thing that concerns me is that morphine is being used for pain control.
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It also isn't good to stop heroin (or methadone) during pregnancy, since the baby goes through withdrawal inside you--where you can't do much to take care of him. Now that you are off of it, the baby should be fine, but going on and off heroin or methadone in pregnancy is unhealthy for you and for your baby." It would be better to do the narcotics!!
And if you had any injury lower down to your back, I believe it should be investigated. I'm hoping national health care is repealed before our health care quality diminishes to rationing, like I've heard is happening in the U.K.. I'm glad if you have the means to go private and try to really get help for yourself.
the drinking is only making the withdrawals worse, and this is going to keep going on while he's weaning? he will also have to get off the alcohol as well, so there goes more withdrawals on top of everything else. He's just going round and round. I was getting deeply depressed while on my pain meds, and then the doctor wanted to " fix" that with antidepressants! I thought, another pill to fix the other pill? No way!
American Academy of Family Physicians. Self-care on Familydoctor.org. Abdominal pain, chronic DeBanto JR et al. What could be causing chronic abdominal pain? Postgraduate Medicine. September 1999. 106(3) 141-146. Kelso LA and M Kugelmas. Nontraumatic abdominal pain. AACN Clinical Issues. 1997. 8(3): 437-448.
hmmmmm DOCTORS you are missing something... arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh !! frustrated Rob ....take care all..... someday maybe someday I just wanna double over real bad & not get up & say SEE DOCTORS I told you there was something wrong---ya just couldn't find it....!!!!!!!
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im no doctor by ne means but a lot of what u guys are feeling i have experienced as well i have not been to a doctor but plan to soon to just rules some things out but i also thought that u know poor diets and abnormal blood flow can cause these things and maybe some of you are goin to the wrong kind of doctors many things like backs necks ribs can be out of place and can cause a lot of these syptoms and things like over workin yourself and not getttin the resrt u need exspecially ones with kids
I know all about the hell of chronic pain...am still dealing with chronic back pain, one day at a time, still narcotic free.
Im so pleased to have found you all. 61/2yrs of chronic back pain,the painful epidural and cortisone shots, muscle relaxers galore, weight put on by steroids and anti-inflammatories that worsened the pain, arthritis pills, pills I don't know what they were, let alone the ones I forgot and OH YELL, can't forget all those narcotic pain meds-darvocet,Tylenol w/codeine{3&4}, oxycotin, and last but not least, VICODIN, it's nice to have someone who can actually relate to my misery.
After you wake up you will be tired and you will not care if you are in hospital or anywhere else. Chances of dying from that surgery are next to none.
Abby just told me he is sending High Fives to S and a HISSSS to the beagle LOL. Catshapedheart, I know you care. I will keep you updated on his progress, and don't feel too bad about not knowing a whole lot about IBD; most of us here know little to nothing about it, and that's why we're all here, for information, knowledge, and support. I'm glad you've decided to stick around. Thank you ALL. My cat sends everyone Loud Purrs!!
I started to lose a lot of weight and develop other symptoms such as headaches, weightloss, abdominal pain/irritation and chronic fatigue. I also started to feel very isolated and depressed as I couldn't have any type of social life. After seeing many different doctors and specialists (a Gastroenterologist, Endocrinologist, Oncologist, Hematologist) I finally seen a private doctor who had some blood tests sent to the US from the UK for diagnosis.
CHRONIC HEPATITIS C PLAN OF MEDICAL MANAGEMENT: June 1, 2009: Interferon ∞-2B, 3 MIU (Million international Unit)/vial Subcutaneous injection for 48 weeks, 1 vial per week Transfer factor plus, 2 capsule 3x a day June 30, 2009: After 4 weeks of the said treatment, Repea
The advances in mercury toxicology have turned full circle, the knowledge of mercury poisoning comes from studies of cases of acute poisoning. The present danger presents itself as a chronic, low-level chronic exposure, also known as mercurialism and micromercurialism. Most people are familiar with elemental mercury in liquid state found in a thermometer or thermostat.
Until the person reaches this point there are only educated guesses This is only reliable in the face of supportive care only. In other words no heroics. And an accurate assessment of level of consciousness may be skewed in the presence of drugs used to make the person comfortable. However, there is validity to the premise that pain will actually keep you alive longer, and it's always an ongoing challenge to find the balance of pain and/or anxiety control.
If you need opioid treatment for chronic pain, and it works, then get the treatment. If you're having side effects from the medication that are causing you to think twice, then that is another story. The withdrawal has several stages, the first being 4-5 days of severe flu-like symptoms. That is usually followed by a period of depression and low energy. Different people experience different things for different periods of time. But the bottom line is if you want to quit, quit.
Sounds like you have an awesome plan. Stick with it buddy. Best of luck to you and come back and talk to us. I'm on day 6 and feeling so very much better. We will be thinking about you and praying for you too!
I am on 24mg...I have tried to go down to 18mg but I felt too sick. I plan on reducing by 2 mg/week until I hit 18mg...then I will decrease by 1mg/week. I might have to do every 2 weeks at the lower doses. I wish I could come up with a magic solution but discomfort is inevitable. Under 15mg is going to be hard but 0mg will be interesting to say the least. It doesn't hit you until you have taken nothing for a couple of days due to the long life of methadone.
Is there a risk on keeping my gallbladder as it is ? What risk percentage do I have of having a pancreatitis crisis ? I would just like to hear another opinion. Thank you. a.
Thank you for your prayers.
I do now from research that this acid reducers prevent the body from making vitamin b and magnesium which is essential for muscles. I plan on going to a sports medicine doctor and see what he proposes. I just wondered if anyone else on this post my have taken som sort of acid reducer. Hope everyone gets better. Will check for future posts.
A big belly from fluid trapped like in one post is often from liver problem and can be very serious. I'm not in health care, but I have been trying to figure out weight gain in my daughter, so I've learned a bit along the way. Her situation is probably medication side effect, but we are ruling out cushing's.
i was 19 when my freedom was robbed from me... no longer could i just take off and run without a care... but i also made it worse by jailing my mind and focusing on a heartbeat that would go into v tach even as i sat or rested... i know i thought i was the only one in the world with my affliction when first diagnosed.... so if you feel alone and need some advice.. feel free to email me at ***@****... i have had anxiety so intense that i could not walk down the hall..
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