Pancreatitis and food poisoning

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Avatar n tn I agree with Cliff, a week is a very very long time for a young dog not to have eaten and kept food down. This is now an emergency and needs a vet's attention. Your dog is by now seriously under nourished and probably dehydrated, in addition to whatever it is that is ailing her. Please get her to a vet straight away.
592969 tn?1248329005 Acute cholangiohepatitis can be accompanied by another disease called pancreatitis, which is inflammation by the organs surrounding the pancreas and the pancreas itself by the pancreatic enzymes. A very serious disease called Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is one common cause of hepatitis. There is no reliable pre-mortem laboratory test for FIP.
Avatar f tn and was then given Prednisone, my swelling disappeared. Then in mid November I had food poisoning from my local Whole Foods market...the bloating in my stomach returned (looking 5 mo. pregnant again) and after four days of intense stomach pain, not eating and diarrhea I took myself to a different hospital E.R. (not my insurer). From their CT scan I was told I had pancreatitis, lipids and amylase where also high.
Avatar n tn Reports of rare cases of food allergy acute pancreatitis. They realized the reason after 3-5 attacks. Could this be just HCN mild poisoning? Thank you in advance.
902019 tn?1249865014 Next day I felt worst, because I have the sensation of having the food moving and getting stuck very slowly and have a dry throat and was taking constant water to salivate the tract. I also feel like the yeast or candiliasis infection went rampage on mouth, throat and esophagus, I made an endoscopy and resulted clear. thay say the check for infection or bacteria and nothing resulted, again medicine for nerves that I ve been taking and shange nothing.
Avatar n tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen for the abdominal pain. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn Well I gave him a person size piece cause he always eats people food with and the ham that night and the next day me my husband and my dog had diarrea and now its the third day and hes puking slime and his dog food up.... what should I do?
Avatar n tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and try to include yogurt in your diet. Regards.
Avatar f tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. If your symptoms are persistent then consult your doctor for an evaluation. Regards.
Avatar n tn Pancreas My doctor has mentioned herbs as a possible cause of the attack of severe pancreatitis I had about a year ago. I'm a vegetarian, non-drinker and had healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels and no indication of gall bladder problems. I still have pseudocysts not completely resolved and am anxious never to experience pancreatitis again. Are there herbs known or suspected to cause pancreatitis? Drugs? Foods? What are they?
Avatar n tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. In the meantime take oral fluids. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen for the pain. Regards.
Avatar n tn appendicitis, bowel obstruction, cholecystitis or inflammation of the gallbladder, chronic constipation, diverticular disease, excessive gas, food allergy, food poisoning, gastroesophageal reflux, heartburn or indigestion, hernia, kidney stones, pancreatitis, parasitic infections, ulcers, urinary tract infections or viral gastroenteritis. Sometimes, abdominal pain may also be caused by muscle strain or from any organ in the chest, like the lungs or the heart.
Avatar n tn In all probability the symptoms are due to alcoholic pancreatitis and hepatitis. It can also be food poisoning. Take an OTC lactobacillus preparation and yoghurt with your meals. Drink plenty of fluids. Eat light, do not stay hungry but eat simple things like toast, porridge, cereals, crackers, banana, rice, peeled apple, etc. Take ORS. Take over the counter antacid and antiemetic (this SOS for vomiting). Consult a doctor immediately. Take care!
Avatar f tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen for the pain. Regards.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. You can follow up with an abdominal ultrasonography to detect any structural abnormalities. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen if you have fever. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
2137655 tn?1336009525 The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician at the earliest for evaluation. Regards.
Avatar f tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. Regards.
Avatar n tn after having gone asleep) progressed to my elbows and slightly above, and to my knees and slightly above on the outer part of my thighs. The tingling was full-foot and full-hand, as well the full circumference of all four limbs to the major joint bilateral. The "progression" up my limbs took only a few days. My arms and shoulders have begun to feel weak, and I have periodic muscle twitches in tricep/calf.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar f tn They said it could be flu or food poisoning. Well a week went by and was still in pain and throwing up. The phenergan was not working for the nausea, and I was on a limited diet that consisted of plain toast, when I could eat...and broth when I wasn't feeling well. I had a fever of 102, which went away 4 days later. Every once in awhile I feel very light headed, sweating a lot, like I am going to faint (in which I did twice). I have had other blood work done, which has all come back fine.
Avatar f tn I've been told it was food poisoning, acid reflux, gallbladder (but ultrasound was normal), food allergy (came back normal), and food intolerance. I finally went to a specialist on my own who immediately said gallbladder. Although my ultrasound is still normal & hida scan normal, my surgeon says it needs to come out. Does this sound normal?
Avatar n tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen if there is abdominal pain. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar f tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids to prevent dehydration. Regards.
Avatar n tn I thought I had food poisoning. This was followed wiht pain under the sternum and tightness in the esophagus and throat. A week later the same thing happened and the intense vomiting ended with a severe pain with the feeling that something was twisted or spasmed. I stopped Prilosec and switched to Axid, 300 mg in the AM. After a week or so this wasn't working so I went back to the Prilosec.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. Regards.
Avatar m tn The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Have yourself evaluated to rule out sexually transmitted diseases like HIV, syphilis or granuloma inguinale. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen for the abdominal pain.
Avatar n tn He also cannot eat much and avoids food at times. If anyone with the same problems has found an answer please post and let me know what is causing it.
Avatar m tn 8), for which I took tylenol. I was seen by a doctor, who treated me for food poisoning. The next day, my fever was 103, and I was again seen and treated (by antibiotic) for a sinus infection. At this point, I began taking a full dose of extra strength tylenol every 3 hours (not a good idea, I know). That Saturday, my fever was up to 105, accompanied by frequent vomiting, dizziness, vertigo, and an inability to sleep or keep food/fluids down. I was admitted to the ER.