Pancreatitis symptoms high blood pressure

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Avatar n tn So if anyone knows anything about pancreatitis or that has had it, could you please tell me what your symptoms are.
Avatar n tn Cessation of alcohol intake is imperative, particularly if this is the underlying etiology of pancreatitis. Abstinence does not always lead to symptomatic improvement; however, patients with alcohol-induced chronic pancreatitis who continue to drink have increased mortality.
Avatar n tn I don't like going to the doctor either. I had a battery of tests done for low blood pressure...they couldn't find the cause.. less than 80 over 30...and that was when I was feeling better. They did all kinds of test...and nothing indicated why.
Avatar n tn Feel free to post again if you have any more questions. What are the symptoms of chronic pancreatitis? The symptoms are very variable. Pain occurs in most patients at some stage of the disease. This may vary in intensity from mild to severe. It may last for hours or sometimes days at a time and may require strong painkillers to control it. It often radiates through to the back and can sometimes be relieved by crouching forward.
Avatar n tn pressed Very weak Has had a sore on the bottom of his foot for almost a year has High blood pressure Swelling in his feet and lower legs, redness of the skin, blue feet Says he has not felt his feet in years Has had his elbow swell and they thought that was celulitus Veins in his legs are bulged out Discoloration in legs & feet Needs alcohol to sleep at all
902019 tn?1249865014 Her ALK 190, AST 146, ALT 208, LDH 947, Bilirubin 24, Gamma GT 848, CRP 11. Blood Pressure of 151/102. Does this sound like pancreatitis again due to the autoimmune disorder? Her Amylase levels were OK but a doc previous did say that this can happen with Chronic Pancreatitis where the Amylase level is normal?
Avatar n tn Fever broke High Blood sugar, given insulin Abdominal pain on left side, stomach alittle softer, less tenderness Feels hungry and very thirsty Extremely week, no energy to move or speak Extremely dry throat, almost lost his voice Restless, feels like inside his body is extremely hot, Stomach feels on fire, given pepcid Amylase and lipase levels coming down from 300, to 68 for amylase It has been 3 weeks, and there doesn't seem to be much improvement, what can we do?
Avatar n tn They took a blood test and found my amylase and lipase were high. One was around 2500 and one around 350. What would cause this? I have no other symptoms of pancreatitis and am able to eat just fine. However, they did find I am constipated pretty badly.
Avatar n tn To find out For sure thats what it was when I had a ERCP with menometry - which measures the pressure in the bile duct. Mine was extremly high and I then had a sphincterotomy. Which has been a life saver for me. I have been pain free now for a month. Which is a long time considering for just about 18 months my pain was daily. Do a little research on this and see if it fits. The pain resolves around eating. Either not being able to or having to eat.
Avatar n tn gall stones blocking the duct where it opens into the duodenum alcoholism trauma - bullet or knife wound duodenal ulcer hyperparathyroidism - over active parathyroid glands hyperlipidaemia - abnormally high levels of lipids such as cholesterol in the blood viral infection certain drugs such as corticosteroids and thiazide diuretics. The main symptom of pancreatitis is severe abdominal pain that is sudden in onset and continuous.
Avatar f tn For 14 years, I have suffered abdominal attacks in my diaframe very high up in the area between my rib cages. The pain mimics pancreatic pain. The pain is so horrible that I almost wish I could die. It usually lasts 20 to 30 minutes, but can be longer. I am paralized during these attacks & can't move. They usually occur 4 to 6 times a year with milder attacks in between the more serious attacks. Lately, they are becoming more frequent. I've gone to the ER 4 or 5 times over the years.
Avatar n tn When it is at it's worse my blood pressure also increases significantly, 150/99. I have not lost any weight, actually gained a few pounds. I am not overweight at 5'8" and 148 lbs. Prior to the onset of this pain I had excellent BP. It is not caused by anxiety because I have a cuff monitor that measures BP while asleep. My doctor suspects SOD, however, it seems the pain should not be as constant as it is and is not really affected by food.
Avatar n tn The only thing that all the docs could say was well, if you hadn't been doing the right thing it could have been worse. You could be dead. Yep, could be. Also, it could be that if I had high blood pressure and cholesterol, and ate fast foods, it may have not happened at all. I've known many people that have literally turned their lives upside down and inside out when faced with heart trouble. I haven't seen any particular benefits. Some are still suffering with it, and some are dead.
1098760 tn?1266451497 I get sharp pain from the left if you press the right spot on my right or if you press anywhere due to the pressure from swelling it makes my left side hurt. I cant lay on my back or right side. My right knee cant hold true weight. and I cant use it to get up or down. What can cause this? Im getting rather terrified. No primarry doc til monday-Ill go to the er only if it gets Really Really bad because they are so unbelievably nasty.
Avatar f tn I am slightly anemic, have been diagnosed with gastritis and reflux, high blood pressure, low thyroid (which also comes and goes), and the pain I've had in my neck has been diagnosed as cervical spondylosis. (sorry, that is probably spelled wrong) Currently I am waiting for blood work to come back. I know he asked for ANA and a comp panel, but I don't know what they are and there was one or two more that I Does anyone have these symptoms and could it be Lupus?
Avatar n tn I also took high doses of Phentermine for almost a year until Had to be treated for high blood pressure for 2 years before it returned to normal. My father and cousin have a history of heart problems/irregularities. With these test results(which frankely have me stressed out) and my history, how likely is it that I will be looking at surgery to repair those two valves? Should I be worried that the current condition could in all likelyhood become progressively worse?
Avatar f tn I went through 8 intervenous drips to rehydrate my body, I was woken up every hour for 24 hrs to see if I was hallucinating, and how bad my shakes were and to have my blood pressure and temperature checked.... Luckily the hospital gave me 15 tablets throughout this time, which detoxed me for that day and injections to stop me vomiting.. After being released I was put onto 200mg of vit B1 every day for 28 days nw reduced to 100mg. alsoa multivitamin.
484897 tn?1210312774 , I have also developed discomfort ( varies between nothing, pressure under rt. ribs like a golf ball, pressure across bra line in middle and right side of chest, burning in upper chest and rt. side, sharp stabbing pains that come and go quickly, and occasional burning/pain under rt. arm and in upper rt. back - no "rolling around on the floor pain for hours, though. My Dr. said that she still suspects my gall bladder.
1916673 tn?1420236870 While kidney failure is certainly the most common reason BUN levels become high, there are also many other possible reasons to explain it – and that’s why other blood tests and a symptom history analysis are required, so a vet can determine an accurate diagnosis. For example, BUN can be raised due to other illnesses that have affected the kidneys or due to kidney stones, tumors or bladder paralysis (usually caused through injury to the spinal cord).
Avatar f tn Causes of cold hands and feet Peripheral neuropathy (damage to the peripheral nervous system) * Anaemia (iron, vitamin B12, folate) Hypothyroidism (most common cause is Hashimoto's Thyroiditis) Raynaud's syndrome Poor blood circulation Low blood pressure High blood pressure Magnesium deficiency Parasites Allergies * Many conditions cause peripheral neuropathy from diabetes to Lyme's Disease to vitamin B12 deficiency. Wikipedia has a more indepth list.
Avatar m tn My bloodwork came back fine, with the exception of my liver enzymes (high), white blood cell count (and my doctor decided to treat it as non-typable hepatitis. I began having pain in my upper-left ribcage and mentioned this to my PCP. My bloodwork returned with low white blood cell count (clustered), low platelet count, and high SGOT (about 250) and SGPT (about 260). By Friday (8 days since this had started), my fever was gone and I stopped taking tylenol.
Avatar n tn 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?
Avatar n tn I could feel these symptoms come on to the point that we bought a blood pressure monitor and when it would start we'd start the monitor and my blood pressure was really high 160/90 and higher. As soon as the symptoms would let up, we'd retake my bp and it would be 130/85 and then after 4 minutes it would be consistently 126/82. I have no history of high blood pressure personally. The Urgent Care doctor did and ekg which was fine but he said the pressue is too high. He thought it was vasospasm.
Avatar m tn I also got a stool test for H. Pylori bacteria, but it was negative. I had slightly high blood pressure a few times (140s over something in the 80s, I forget the exact numbers), but for the last few weeks it has been normal (usually something in the 120s over something in the 70s). However, today it was up a little again (something in the 130s over something in the 80s). Anyway, I have no idea what to do next.
Avatar n tn that was not fun i felt like i was starving to death i had major high blood pressure too. some how God seen fit for both my children to survive. during all of this my normal weight was 98 lbs. unless i was with child which i would then be 150lbs. i lost all that weight in less than a year. latter in life around 31 years. i started having problems with circulation in my legs. i started getting sick more often. i started getting even more tired than usual. i started having heart palpations.
Avatar n tn On April 16th, I had tingling in my hands and feelings of pure exhaustion. My blood pressure was lower than normal (for me) and I felt somewhat light headed. I had my girlfriend bring me to the ER where I had labs, urine and chest x-ray, all of which were normal. A few days later, I was working in art class (still feeling very sick) with an x-acto knife that wasn't especially clean and jabbed myself in the thumb. It'd been 11 years since my last tetanus booster.
Avatar m tn Do you know if pancreatitis always show up in the blood? My symtoms resemble the pancreatitis and my doctor ran the blood for it after my last attack, but everything was fine. I've had the same pain for a year, before the gallbaldder came out. My gallbladder wasn't working at all. I still have the pain.
5068867 tn?1363127855 Damn it's hard to type for me atm, but i'll try to focus here is everything chronologically -3 months ago i had some back pain and kidney pain, and felt really crappy due to working long hours on my computer and also EXTREMELY stressed because of work/life issues -went to doctor with host of symptoms including, urinating frequently, irregular bowel, pain in the center of back etc (i thought it was pancreatitis tbh) -leukocites in urine were high, they gave me antibiotics -after taking those, i
Avatar m tn Micardis for high blood pressure, which I have just discontinued along with alcohol. Hangovers, incidentally, considering how little I was drinking, and I blamed the meds, which I have been on for two years. I am prone to obsessive worrying, analyzing and researching, and I realize that I have an incomplete set of information right now. My doctor says to worry about the liver because the ALT is isolated.
Avatar n tn See: Pancreatitis Excerpts: "Complications? Some of the complications from pancreatitis are: low blood pressure, heart failure, kidney failure, ARDS (adult respiratory distress syndrome), diabetes, ascites, accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, and cysts or abscesses in the pancreas. Symptoms? The symptoms of acute pancreatitis usually begins with severe pain in the upper abdomen. The pain may last for a few days.