Had a whipple surgery 12 years ago due to several episodes with pancreatitis and found out had a pseudocyst in the head of my pancreous. Had the surgery @ DUKE, and the surgeon said that my pancreous was very scared due to the attacks and not to eat nothing spicy, fat, fried or greacy. He said that the pseudocyst shouldn't ever come back. Pancreatitis is the most painful sickness, I would rather have 10-ten pds babies. It's a pain that unless you have had it can never be explained to someone who hasn't. Mine always started in my back and then proceeded to my stomach. For the past weeks, my back is killing me, I quit eating for 8 days and it finally let up, started eating again but slowly and now up to normal. I have these tightening attacks in my stomach area and last Thursday had another one that woke me from a sound sleep, it took 15-20 mins to calm down. After these attacks I have no energy. Now I'm having acid reflux really bad, my back is killing me again. It hurts if I eat and hurts if I don't. I'm taking pain medication but it only makes it easy for a little while and then it starts again. It's like there is a tunnel between my back and stomach and the pain starts in my back and then proceeds to part of the stomach but always comes back to my back area. I really don't want to go to the doctor knowing what they might want to do as hospital stay, but I'm at my witts end. Anyone had this lately?:(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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