I have been diagnosed with this lovely disease. I only weigh 107. I had an endoscopy, colonoscopy, and a MRI done. The MRI shows that the tube in my pancreas is to short, I guess thats from birth. So I am taking pancreatic enzymes that worked good the first day, and then not at all. I don't have any problems with my gallbladder, and I changed my diet to low fat. Nothing is working. I do not throw up, but as soon as I eat my stomach gets bloated, and I have constant diareaha (not sure how to spell that). If I lose any more weight, I think I will die. I look like I have anorexia. My doctor says I have to much fat in my colon. I cut out all sugars, take vitiamin, prevacid, and nothing changes. How do you get rid of malobsortion? It is so frustrating. I am really getting scared. Does anyone else have this problem? Please any suggestions would be great. Thank you...Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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