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She does not drink - - however they assume she is lying about that because of the pancreatitis. Please explain to me the correlation between pregnancy, pancreatitis, and the addiction. She takes approximately 20-40 vicodin a day (or more)even during pregnancy. Knowing this can you explain how this medication can terminate a pregnancy and cause pancreatitis?
Usually have done well with prednisone for the various flare-ups but with AIP, still recurring symptoms and the elevated IgG4 periodically. Next step may be Imuran. Is there anyone out there who has had good results with Imuran for autoimmune pancreatitis?
Does SOD always result in pancreatitis? How does it lead to pancreatitis in the first place? Is SOD curable? Is it progressive? My GI doctor thinks that I have a SO stenosis. I am so fearful that I'm going to experience this pain indefinately, and moreso, that I will develop pancreatitis and die. I feel too young to be combating something of this nature. What is the prognosis for SOD, and how can I ensure that I am receiving the most appropriate and proactive care? Can you hear the fear? Help!
The location of your pain sounds very much like where mine was located before my first attack of acute pancreatitis. I now have chronic pancreatitis. I also had the yellow stools, either fatty or so oily that they would float. Also had the weight loss and inability to eat. Back ache is also a common complaint, but not everyone gets it. You need a second opinion.
Your words might shed a little light on something my mom talks little of. Dear emom, The most common causes of acute pancreatitis in the United States are alcoholic pancreatitis and gallstone pancreatitis. Many patients with so-called idiopathic (unknown cause) pancreatitis end up having microlithiasis (small stones or crystals in the biliary tree). There are many other causes of acute pancreatitis but they are less common.. I will list them for you.
Your words might shed a little light on something my mom talks little of. Dear emom, The most common causes of acute pancreatitis in the United States are alcoholic pancreatitis and gallstone pancreatitis. Many patients with so-called idiopathic (unknown cause) pancreatitis end up having microlithiasis (small stones or crystals in the biliary tree). There are many other causes of acute pancreatitis but they are less common.. I will list them for you.
Wikipedia lists potential causes of Panniculitis. Panniculitis can also be classified based on the presence or absence of systemic symptoms: Panniculitis without systemic disease can be a result of trauma or cold;[5] Panniculitis with systemic disease can be caused...
I had a positive prego test and there is more to that story.. but the question right now is .... at like 5-6 weeks can the GERD/reflux be this bad due to pregnancy? I also posted on the gastroenterology forum to see if somebody there experienced this... I am a little bit of a hypochondriac and like an idiot looked up symptoms on line and the only thing I found was pancreatitis.. so stupid.. now I am giving myself a panic attack about it..
When getting pancreatitis during pregnancy you can expect the worse symptoms and will be in the ICU for the rest of the pregnancy you also may be on a vent and have a crash cart in the room during delivery. I made it through and hope this next pregnancy is the same. hope I helped!!
My doctor put me on Xanax, and it seems to have lessened my worrying and maybe the intensity of the symptoms, but the symptoms still seem to be there. Basically, I'm wondering if the tests that I had done a month ago and my background should be satisfying me that the problem isn't with my heart?
I clean the wound each day with dial anti-bacteria soap and dress the wound with 1% silver sulfadiazine cream. I've had no other complications related to my pregnancy. I will be forty years old September 6th and this is my first baby. The area is not going to be healed before my due date; therefore, unless surgery is performed I will still be taking the oxycodone when my baby is born.
Three years ago I was remodeling a house(tearing down walls, mouse droppings, mold, etc) and got an infection that didn't go away. The first symptoms were general flu like with an erratic pulse that would wake me at night and continued throughout the day. Since then I've not been able to breathe the same but recently it's become much worse.
I'm having withdrawal symptoms I didn't expect. Light headedness, the runs, blood pressure going up, and general fatigue. Lots of fatigue. And some irritability. I am hoping that these symptoms begin to decrease soon. Well, they have gotten better than it was in the first 2 days. I am still wondering how long I can expect to have these side effects of withdrawal?
Have you ever heard of plasmaphoresis being used to lower triglyceride levels and to avoid pancreatitis during pregnancy? Can you explain plasmaphoresis and any risks it may present during pregnancy?
Since triglyceride levels increase during the normal pregnancy, I am worried about complications such as pancreatitis. There do not appear to be many studies relating to hyperlipidemia medications and their affect on the fetus. What are the risks? treatments? success rates? Dear Smith Your questions are excellent ones. Unfortunately, as you already have determined, the information about hyperlipidemic states and pregnancy is lacking.
Since triglyceride levels increase during the normal pregnancy, I am worried about complications such as pancreatitis. There do not appear to be many studies relating to hyperlipidemia medications and their affect on the fetus. What are the risks? treatments? success rates? Dear Smith Your questions are excellent ones. Unfortunately, as you already have determined, the information about hyperlipidemic states and pregnancy is lacking.
Gallstones and Pregnancy posted by Melanie on March 15, 1999 at 13:31:10: I had a gall bladder ultrasound because of problems with stomach pains. The radiologist found two large gallstones. I have not had a chance to talk with my doctor but the radiologist seemed to think that he would recommend removal of the gallbladder. My husband and I were planning on trying to get pregnant in the next two months. How will the gallstones affect my plans?
pancreatitis,perisplenitis,urinary tract infections 6.heart :pericarditis,myocarditis,heart block 7.blood: unexplained leucopenia,thrombocytopenia,monocytosis and definitely raised ESR 8.arthritis and weight loss Diagnosis: based on your symptoms,it may vary from person to person,from tiredness to loss of consciousness. Lab diagnosis:1.ANA test 2.complete ANA profile 3.urine routine 4.blood routine 5.
A stomach ulcer that has caused a hole in the stomach wall. Gallstones that are causing pancreatitis. Cystic fibrosis. Pregnancy and diabetic ketoacidosis. A ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Macroamylasemia, an uncommon and harmless condition in which amylase is bound to a protein in the blood. This condition can cause amylase levels to be either high or low.
htm The above link is a must read, especially for any hyperthyroid patient MAGNESIUM Because of the competing nature of calcium and magnesium, excessive calcium intake from foods or supplements can lead to a magnesium deficiency. The symptoms of magnesium deficiency are identical with many of the symptoms of thyroid disease, especially hyperthyroidism. People of Asian descent who get hyperthyroidism often become completely rigid and may be found lying in the streets this way.
I had a sphincterotomy last May on both gallbladder and pancreatic ducts. Symptoms went away for about a month but have now returned. Has anyone gone through a 2nd sphincterotomy and if so, did it work the 2nd time around? I'm just thinking if it's really worth going through the pancreatitis and bleeding I went through the first time around. My Dr. suggested doing it again but I keep thinking why do it if it's not going to work the 2nd time anyway? Thanks!
Pain under the left shoulder blade is usually a referred pain from abdomen like stomach ulcers, pancreatitis, or ectopic pregnancy or from the chest like in heart attack, pericarditis, pleuritis, pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection. Acidity too could be the cause for pain. Discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. Hope this helps. Do let me know if there is any thing else and keep me posted. Take care!
I had sludge with my first pregnancy (with symptoms) that progressed to a gallbladder full of stones. Hope you see success lankyrose! C!
The big problem is that the things that are the most severe the problem that has matching symptoms the doctors say can't be done while she is pregnant. She is 23 weeks pregnant suffering from immense pain with depression beginning to be more and more onsetting, is there any hope for possible relief for her while being pregnant to have a doctor diagnosis and treat the problem in the very near future?
i looked up pregnancy symptoms, that could be it but i am on birth control and just got off my period like a week ago, last time i had unprotected sex was 3 weeks ago.. could i be pregnant?
Should I recommend that she have her gallbladder removed, given the potential risk for cholecystitis and pancreatitis during pregnancy?
Except for recurrent pancreatitis, I do not have any other problems. Doctors could not find out what was the cause until recently. First they took off my gall bladder, saying that could be the cause, now recently when I got the attack again, they are saying it is defenetely becuase of Solitary Parathyroid adenoma, and it has to be treated through surgery. My wife is 29 year old, she has no other problem except for Juvinile Myoclinic epilepsy, well under control now.
Intake of alcohol while taking this medication may increase the risk of certain side effects like pancreatitis. There can be increased risk of bone problems, including an increased risk of broken bones. This drug must not be used during pregnancy or by those who may become pregnant during treatment. Other more serious side effects include increased blood cholesterol, lipid, and triglyceride levels and abnormal liver enzymes.
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