Pancreatitis and magnesium

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Avatar f tn Changes may also be seen in levels of glucose, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and bicarbonate. However these symptoms can also be seen in gall stones, hepatitis, duodenal ulcer, gastric reflux and cancers of the stomach. I think you should discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. A comprehensive investigation is required keeping all the points in mind. Maybe a gastroenterologist is the best person you should approach.
Avatar n tn In November of last year I had an ERCP where they didn't find any stones in the bile duct or anything but ended up with Pancreatitis and hospitalized for 4 days and out of work several weeks. Then the pains subsided and other than having terrible Acid Reflux I didn't appear to have any problems. Then out of the blue last Friday around noon time I started getting terribly nausiated. I thought that I might be coming down with the flu.
Avatar n tn In addition, patients may be afraid to eat because eating brings on the pain. Depression is also common in chronic pancreatitis and this can also reduce appetite and lead to weight loss. Jaundice (when patients develop yellow eyes and skin) occurs in about a third of patients with chronic pancreatitis. It is usually due to damage to the common bile duct which drains bile from the liver to the duodenum. The common bile duct normally passes though the head of the pancreas.
Avatar f tn SYMPTOMS: early satiety, nausea, trapped gas, and bloating, constipation and diarrhea. A battery of tests were done, including colonoscopy, upper endoscopy (hiatal hernia) esophageal motility (muscle doesn't work well), stomach emptying. All normal. I've been hospitalized with pancreatitis twice in the last 2 years. I have type2 diabetes, I'm overweight. I am a 60 year old African American female. DIAGNOSIS: My gastroenterologist came up with nothing Murilax and Amitiza.
1144849 tn?1395458766 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.
Avatar f tn - Strong headache, sometimes at the base of the skull but usually all over. - Pins and needles and numbness in legs and toes. A neurologist said he didn't believe it was a neuropathy. I wake up every hour at night and have to shake my arms to get the feeling back in them, also I twitch everywhere! My eyes, mouth, hands, legs. - Difficulty swallowing, it varies day-to-day with how severe it is. I have a constant tightness in my throat, extending to my jaw.
Avatar f tn I have had pain in the center of my abdomen (where my belly button is located). I have been prescribed magnesium oxide, miralax, tramadol, and, omerzapole. Nothing relieves the pain.
Avatar f tn Valerian and Magnesium is sometimes helpful remedies over the counter. The residual symptoms of insomnia and depression can last another few months. Thus, it is not easy, but it gets better and better over time and you can look forward to a drug free healthy energetic you in the future. When you take opiates for a long time like you have, your body's physiology has been altered.
374933 tn?1291085384 Ask your Doc to check yr vitamin levels as I was deficeint in Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Zinc (that helps healing) and Magnesium (aches and pains). Hope that helps you in some way. Dont take anything until you have had blood testing for vitamin deficiency though.
Avatar n tn GI causes of back pain can be caused by pancreatitis or an ulcer. A CT scan along with pancreatic enzymes, as well as an upper GI series and/or upper endoscopy can be considered to evaluate for these causes. If negative, I would also consider an abdominal ultrasound to look at the liver and gallbladder (although the CT scan can image these organs as well). If the tests remain negative, a HIDA scan with CCK stimulation can be considered to evaluate gallbladder ejection fraction.
Avatar n tn Studies have suggested that oxidative stress may contribute to the development of pancreatitis and that antioxidant supplementation may be of some benefit. Natural antioxidants include selenium, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E. "Magnesium plays a pivotal role in the secretion and function of insulin; without it, diabetes mellitus is inevitable.
4454327 tn?1405206728 Fast forward to next day, I was admitted to ER for pancreatitis,(never had it before), they did tests and noted that the descending colon was thickened and not to rule out ischemic colitis. They also noted I had diverticulosis. On Dec 15th, I had Gallbladder removed as I had pancreatitis again, no stones, sludge and cholesterosis. Im wondering if on that day I had the bad cramps, if I had diverticulitis? If this was possible? No doctor has suggested it. But Im scared it will happen again.
Avatar f tn Even low levels of ferritin (below 40) without anemia are enough to cause mind-numbing fatigue, headaches, hair loss, etc. Has she had her magnesium level tested? This can also contribute to migraines, fatigue, and muscle twitching/pain. Since she's now supplementing with B12, then checking her MMA and homocysteine levels would be a better way to check in future testing, rather than serum B12.
Avatar f tn There are a number of vendors for this, including some who sell on eBay. Yes, magnesium can cause loose stools. Magnesium can be given intravenously and can also be absorbed through the skin, in Epsom Salt baths. Epsom salts contain magnesium chloride. Loose stools can happen after the IV's or the baths, so it's not just oral ingestion that causes it. I've seen articles online that suggested that taking supplemental magnesium can help prevent kidney stones.
Avatar f tn Hi I'm a 63 year old male , and I can't remember things from my past including getting married, schooling, bringing family up etc I have psoriatic Athritis and chronic pancreatitis. Taking various drugs to alleviate my pain.
3241370 tn?1346757469 Derangements of the natural chemicals of the body and metabolic derangements after surgery can lead to an ileus. Sodium, potassium and magnesium level alterations can affect peristalsis and normal intestinal movements. Correction of metabolic derangements, High fiber diet, laxatives, stool softeners, suppositories, enemas are the available treatment options. The treating doctor can decide what is best for him. I do hope it helps. Take care and kind regards!
Avatar f tn however, his magnesium was critically low at only 1, so they repleted that with IV magnesium yesterday and last night and this morning, his blood pressure became very hypotensive. The last they checked, it was 90/45, WAY too low, especially for someone of his size. I know that magnesium can have some vasodilator effects, so could this be causing his significant hypotension? His systolic is usually in the high 130s.
Avatar n tn I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6. When I get back to the toilet I have a really violent Diarrhoea episode in pure liquid state.
Avatar f tn That's reason enough right there to have your 1,25D checked along with 25D. Osteopenia is a common sub diagnoses in Th1 patients, and low calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus intake can still obviously be a contributing factor. But giving any type of Vit D to a Th1 patient can actually contribute to developing osteoporosis, not prevent it.
Avatar f tn Diverticulitis, spleen enlargement or infection, hiatial hernia, gastritis, pancreatitis, kidney stones or infection, constipation and other. If you consider its slow progressing presentation, you can zero in the most likely, which could be diverticulitis, spleen enlargement, gastritis, hiatal hernia, kidney stones or other. Without any testing it is very difficult to establish anything concrete.
Avatar n tn and I get soooooo hot and thirsty while sleeping. I wake up roasting and uncontrolably thirsty, and then I pee alot. I'm thinking either a horman imbalance of some kind or diabetesis.
Avatar m tn The most common nutritional deficiencies in people with celiac disease include essential fatty acids, iron, vitamin D, vitamin K, calcium, magnesium, vitamin B12, and folic acid. Magnesium deficiency causes tremors, high blood pressure, fatigue, depression, mimics fibromyalgia. Interesting to note is magnesium deficiency is associated with secondary Raynauds. Vitamin D deficiency symptoms include bone and muscle pain, depression, fatigue, high blood pressure, and also mimic fibromyalgia.
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Avatar n tn Hi, I was admitted in a hospital a week ago for acute pancreatitis and was discharged just after 30 hours. I was instructed to take Omeprazole for two weeks and then go back for follow-up. However, last night, just five days after my very first attack, I was in so much pain again that I had to be rushed to the ER. This time they didn't admit me as my Lipase level was lower than in the first attack (316). They did, however, added another medication: Maalox Susp.
5992848 tn?1377995332 they ran a number of tests and no stone however I did have a kidney infection and they gave me antibiotics and sent me home. I took them all and it did seem to help for about a week but then the pain came back. the pain is this...very sharp pain in the back that goes through to the stomach (does not wrap around), the pain is on my left side, just under my rib cage and when it "comes out" through the front it is a couple of inches to the left of my bellybutton.
Avatar n tn If so then I have a support group for this and also for pancreatitis being most of the time they go hand and hand. If you think this sounds like what is wrong I will leave my link here for you if you want to join and get more information ( we have a ton ) and also 150 members too. If this is not what you have though don't give up on whats really wrong with you.
Avatar n tn I've been experiencing some odd symptoms over the past few years and they have since gotten worse and now concerning to me. My vision is constanly bothering me and I have a hard time focusing on words when reading. In the past I've had spells of blurred vision followed by a lathargic state and then a pounding headache. This headache sometimes lasted for more than 24 hours. About 3 years ago, I had an MRI done and all came back clear.
Avatar n tn In addition, patients may be afraid to eat because eating brings on the pain. Depression is also common in chronic pancreatitis and this can also reduce appetite and lead to weight loss. Jaundice (when patients develop yellow eyes and skin) occurs in about a third of patients with chronic pancreatitis. It is usually due to damage to the common bile duct which drains bile from the liver to the duodenum. The common bile duct normally passes though the head of the pancreas.
1161251 tn?1262747320 August had severe pain that lasted 2 days, almost felt like pancreatitis, took Nexium(antacid) and Metoclop (for nausea), but still was in pain. So I didn't eat for 2 days. Then in November, had pain and severe throbbing and cramps in front abdomenen area that lasted hours, then finally went to the emergency in the hospital, and unfortunately they couldn't help me, just gave me morphine through an iv and sent me home.
1916673 tn?1420236870 I hope you will join this Group and become a valuable and active member. Through this Group, we can help each other with suggestions, advice, support and information about this dreadful disease and how best we can manage treatments for our best friends. As a starting point, please have a read of my article on diet at: http://www.infobarrel.