Pancreatitis urination

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Jodi, From what you have already explained, it does sound as though chronic <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span> may be your problem. I have CP and experienced many of the same symptoms before I was diagnosed. I still have pain, but much of my problems are controlled by a low fat diet, enzyme supplements with meals and snacks, antioxidants and vitamins, and class II narcotics when my pain episodes are unmanageable. I've pasted some information from a research source below for you to review.
Ok, after taken 1000 mg (never had this dose level before) of Ibuprofen, I had began to experience frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> that night. Not realizing a possible connection, I took the same dose again the following day and 3 celebrex (1 day dose)during that week. Problem with frequent urination continues six weeks later. 6-7x a night at minimum. Problem also during the day.
Doctor always said I was just stressed. My main symptoms are 2~3 wake ups at night, thirst and urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span>. Sometimes I experience thirst and frequent urination too after a heavy lunch meal. Plus my gallbladder is not functioning. It all started when I sat in front of the computer and watch 3 hours of NBA basketball daily after coming home from my desk job at work. I started getting irritated by the games and I am sure my insulin level shoot through the roof.
I have chronic fatigue. No desire to do much of anything most of the time. Frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span>, I seem to spend more time in the restroom then out of it. I have trouble sleeping at night. I've tried ambien, but it doesn't seem to help, I'm still very tired the next day and wake up with a headache when I take it. I'm also very forgetful, this drives me crazy, I've never been this bad about forgetting things. Random abdominal pain.
Julie had another pancreatitis attack...she had diarreah & vomiting. I was prepared this time...I was scared but it was either me treating her or the ER Vet for 4 days again. I came to terms with my decision to treat her at home. I called my Vet & he said to give her the Flagyl that he gave me 2 wks. ago...just in case this attack happened again. I did & It worked after 1 day but I kept her on it all week.
I have had mild abdominal pain, nausea, back pain, dizziness, frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span>, and radiant heat that spreads to my chest. I went to the ER and they took blood test. They told me my blood work was negative for pancreatitis amongst other things. Could I still have pancreatic cancer?
Blood in urine, trace to +1 for past 12 months on every test Missed period for four months, not pregnant Nausea Fatigue Night sweats Joint Pain (hips, ankles, wrists) frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span>, especially at night Bloating Orange mucusy stools, foul smelling. I am having an IVP for frequent urination and back pain.. but I believe this may be unrelated. However, my doctors seem to not take my complaints seriously. They don't think my missed menstruation is an issue.
I am a 32 yo male who took an ultrasound test after having GERD like symptoms and the Md said that i have a kidney mass 2.3cm on my left kidney. I had problems with urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> frequency but no blood and inflammation on pelvis and side/front of abdomen. I am scheduled for CAT in a week and I am just really concerned and stressed because I am worried about the chances of being a kidney cancer. What is the likelihood this can lead to cancer?
I have not been having any urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> problems so I don't think it involoves my kidneys but not sure. Along with this pain I have been very nausiated and feeling fatigued. I have also had episodes of disorientation at times. I apparently can't get any answers from any doctors around here so if anyone can give me their insight on this it would be nice.
severe depression, seizure ; bloody or tarry stools, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>; confusion, uneven heart rate, extreme thirst, increased urination, leg discomfort, muscle weakness or limp feeling or high blood pressure. ( You can always discuss what you feel with your doctor or ask for alternatives if you are not comfortable with this. Take care and all the best on your sinus surgery. Keep us posted.
I POSTED THIS IN THE FORUM TOO... Hi all..I have not been in here in awhile. Life has been hard for Julie (my 10 yr old mini poodle). As some of you know, she is on Trilostane. It WAS working great till she had many pancreatitis attacks..every month for 6 mos..& she had to go off & on Trilostane alot & that threw her body way off. Reluctantly, my Vet upped her to 34 mg. & said she can not go any higher for her weight..13.5 lbs.. I read differently...
The normal is below 200, mine is usually around 1300. My sisters was higher and she ended up with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span> (major stomach pains were her first sigh). It really couldn't hurt to ask his Dr. to do a lipid panel. I wish you the best!
Blood tests were normal range except for deydration. He spent 2 days at vet on IV and antibiotics. Urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> not frequent, received enema. Pain seems to be near tail area. He will eat some dry food and is drinking water, but had to sit him in warm water to urge him to go to litter box. Looks alert but then sleeps. He was given a dose of Ponazuril (he is 16 lbs) when exposed to coccidia and stopped eating a couple of days later.
i always have bloated and stomach pain, frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> even im not mostly drink water. come 2008 i have colonoscopy and gastroscopy found negative and declare only pancreatitis. can u help me determine what is my sickness? also on my 40's doctor found i have mayoma but lately they say i have no more. i hope u can help me with my problem. i also have asthma problem. i am 48 yrs old now but i still have my monthly period.
I have a 13 year od female dashound. I orginally took her tood her vet for urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> probles. They did blood work(complete CBC) and her liver enzyes are over 6,000.(She also has bladder and kidney stones, inflamed pancreas and gall bladder sludge. This has been repeated 2 times. She has no other symptoms, eats well, fairly active. She had been of Clomix for about 17 days. I have taken her off this. I have taken her to a teaching Vet School clinic and of course her rigular vet.
severe depression, seizure ; bloody or tarry stools, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>; confusion, uneven heart rate, extreme thirst, increased urination, leg discomfort, muscle weakness or limp feeling or high blood pressure. You can read more about this through this link: If this persists, you can always discuss this with your doctor for an alternative drug that works for you. I hope this helps. Take care and keep us posted.
Malabsorption is usually only a problem with chronic pancreatitis, but not acute <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>. Even then, not all chronic patients have this problem. The symptoms of chronic <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span> are pasted below. Some people have all the symptoms, some people just a few, each case is different, and that's why it is such a difficult condition to diagnose.
The radiologist suggest it may be severe gastroenteritis, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>, septic abdomen or abnormal cell growth (cancer). He suggest an ultrasound or barium, so my vet set us for an oral barium but on that morning we got to the vet and Simone (dog) was looking a lot better. The vet put her on an antibiotic in case she needed surgery, so when Simone seemed a little stronger and more active we thought the antibitic was helping.
Hi, Gastroenteritis, peptic ulcer, Helicobacter pylori infection, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>, gall stones, Crohn’s disease all can cause infection in the stomach. What are the symptoms your cousin has been having? Difficulty in swallowing can relate to esophageal problem.Vomiting, dyspepsia may indicate stomach problems. Altered bowel habits are seen in diseases affecting the intestines.
How big was your cyst? Mine usually ruptures when they reach 2cm. I've dealth with like 3-4 ruptures in the past 5 years. I went to ER for the first couple - all that they gave me was morphine for pain management. I stopped going thereafter. It usually takes 3-4 days for my body to absorb the fluids. I just had a rupture last Friday - I happened to be in my GI docs office. He was freaked out when he examined me because my belly was extremely tender.
I am a 32 yr old active male. Over the past year, have noticed a pain in the middle/upper abdominal (couple of inches above belly button) the morning after a night of drinking alcohol. IT ALWAYS become worse when I expand my stomach, as if im trying to fill my stomach up with air. It does not seem to get worse with eating, and usually goes away later that morning I usually drink about 6-10 beers, twice weekly.
I took our dog in for a "routine" about every 3-6 months depending on the severity of the itching for an "allergy" shot last Friday. I am aware of the increased urination and "sleepiness" after the shot, but the next morning he was lethargic and nearly impossible to wake up. We weathered the weekend, he was eating then, but was definitely not the same dog as he had been after his previous injections.
splenic abscess splenic infarct gastritis gastric ulcer <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span> Causes of epigastric pain specifically include: peptic ulcer disease GERD gastritis pancreatitis myocardial infarction pericarditis ruptured aortic aneurism Causes of diffuse abdominal pain specifcally include: gastroenteritis mesenteric ischemia familial Mediterranean fever bowel obstruction peritonitis irritable bowel syndrome You can see there are many possible reasons for your symptoms - some of which are pretty rare.
At it's worst it radiated across the mid section of back and brought on severe shakes, vomiting, muscle aches, and burning with urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span>. Was seen by ER doctor who did blood work, urine test and abdominal x-rays. They thought there was a blockage in small intestine but CT scan did not show this or anything else. Was given pain med, zantac and antibiotics via IV bag but discharged with diagnosis of viral infection because they weren't able to make another diagnosis.
My sister has chronic autoimmune <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pancreatitis</span>. So, I am afraid I guess. Also, I am worried about liver and kidney function problems. I have been suffering from excessive thirst at times, and very frequent urination. My blood sugar tests have all been fine despite being borderline or type 2 diabetic which I am not sure what the doctors' consensus is. So, if anyone has any words of comfort , it would be greatly appreciated.
i googled the web and found out that frequent urinati<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>on</span> is one of the symptom, but how many time is frequent? i went averagely 6-8 time a day. is that frequent? i am now travelling and will get a full check up when i am back home. this are the concerns that is bothering me. thanks in advance for your comment.
Hi all..I have not been in here in awhile. Life has been hard for Julie (my 10 yr old mini poodle). As some of you know, she is on Trilostane. It WAS working great till she had many pancreatitis attacks..every month for 6 mos..& she had to go off & on Trilostane alot & that threw her body way off. Reluctantly, my Vet upped her to 34 mg. & said she can not go any higher for her weight..13.5 lbs.. I read differently...that she can go to a higher dose.
I am a 27 year old male that was very healthy. I worked out, ate very healthy (whole grains, lean chicken and vegetables, no fast food, etc). Ive had unusual digestive issues for the past 2 months and has lead to weight loss (from 157lbs to 135lbs from July 7 to August 27). I have been drinking on and off in my 20s and for the past 18 months became a fan of beers, slowly became a heavy drinker.
upper left abdominal pain just under the ribs occaissional upper right and middle abdominal pain middle left back pain worse on lying down left flank pain occaissionally pain at left shoulder blade a couple of bouts of clay coloured stool ginger/orange loose stools every day an 'oil slick' floating in the water after a bowel movement of soft greasy stool pretty much every day now occaisional floating stool BELCHING like you wouldn't believe I have lost 14llbs in weight in 3 months without try
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