disease of the pancreas. refer to you better to the doctor, do not self-medicate ...
Inflammation of the pancreas. URGENTLY TO DOCTOR !!!!
Ask the doctor!
Pancreatitis (Latin pancreatitis, from pancreas pancreas + -itis inflammation) is a group of diseases and syndromes in which inflammation of the pancreas is observed. Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. In this case, the enzymes released by the gland are not thrown into the duodenum, but are activated in the gland itself and begin to destroy it (self-digestion). Enzymes and toxins that are released at the same time can enter the bloodstream and seriously damage other organs such as the heart, kidneys and liver. Acute pancreatitis is a very serious condition of the body, which requires immediate treatment. And, as a rule, in the case of acute pancreatitis, treatment in a hospital under the supervision of doctors is required. There are acute, chronic and reactive pancreatitis.
For acute pancreatitis, the following types are characteristic: edematous form of acute pancreatitis, hemorrhagic pancreatic necrosis, fatty pancreatic necrosis. For chronic pancreatitis pseudo-cystic form, fibrous form, pseudotumorous pancreatitis are possible.
The most common causes of pancreatitis are cholelithiasis and alcohol use in combination with abundant food intake. Also, the causes of pancreatitis can be poisoning, trauma, viral diseases, surgery and endoscopic manipulation. Large doses of vitamins A and E (these vitamins are contained in the drug Aevit) can also cause an exacerbation of chronic pancreatitis.
Pancreatitis-inflammation of the pancreas Causes of pancreatitis: 1. Mechanical a) persistent spasm of the sphynx of Oddy, recurrent biliary colic in cholelithiasis b) acute and chronic cholecystitis c) dyskinesia 12-type rectum d) duodenopancreatic reflux e) trauma of the duodenum or pancreas f) diabetes mellitus 2. Neurohumoral a) violations of fat metabolism b) chronic stress 3) Toxico-allergic a) abuse of alcohol, fatty, sweet, fried and sunny food b) prolonged use of cytotoxic agents, estrogens, glucocorticoids c) viral infection (hepatitis B, C, Korsaki virus)
Pathomorphological picture 1. Otku nerve gland 2. In severe cases, necrosis, sclerosis, cysts, pancreatic atrophy
Complications: 1. Hypovolemic shock 2. Acute kidney failure 3. Pancreas abcessions 4. Chronic liver failure 5. Generating pseudo-cysts 6. Peritonitis 9. Tumors of the pancreas 10. Diabetes mellitus 2 type
Treatment: 1) Dietotherapy a) hunger 2-3 days b) diet 1-5-10 days (cook food steamed .It excludes sweet, fried, salty, kopchnoe) c) diet 5-until the end of an exacerbation Recommendations for nutrition: 1) Limit the intake of butter. 2) Porridge to cook only on the water. 3) Exclude fatty meat varieties and rich broths, mushrooms, canned food, pickles, marinades, white cabbage, onions, pies, pancakes, sweets, coffee. 4) Cottage cheese and curd products are useful.
The doctor-gastroenterologist will appoint you a medical treatment. Pancreatitis leads to severe complications, so I advise you to adhere strictly to the recommendations of a gastroenterologist or a district therapist. Before going to the doctor to improve digestion, it is recommended to drink the enzyme "Creon" 1 table. with food, with water
run to the doctor .... and then the heels will turn cold ....
The main causes of the development of pancreas diseases are alcohol abuse and cholelithiasis. Alcoholic pancreatitis occurs in 25-60% of cases, mainly in men. Pancreatitis that occurs against the background of gallbladder diseases covers 25-40%, are more common in women. To these two groups adjoins the third disease of the duodenum, and the fourth, the smallest group unites various causes. This includes injuries, the intake of toxic drugs, infections, including hepatitis B and C, mumps virus (mumps), and high levels of fats in the blood. Chronic pancreatitis can develop against the background of diabetes mellitus. There are hereditary pancreatitis. In the treatment of pancreatitis, the cause is not always removable, but its effects are usually amenable to correction. Since one of the mechanisms for stimulating pancreatic secretion is increased release of hydrochloric acid, chronic pancreatitis uses drugs that reduce gastric secretion. Usually, non-absorbing antacids (aluminum-magnesium-containing), selective m-holinoblockers (pyrenesin), blockers of histamine H2 receptors (ranitidine, famotidine) are usually used in usual doses. Also, drugs that suppress the activity of pancreatic enzymes and reduce their destructive effects on the pancreas and other organs and tissues are used. Usually, aprotinin is used (tracisol in a dose of at least 100000 ED / day, contra-20000-40000 ED / day, gondoks 50000-100000 ED / day). These drugs are used in severe exacerbations of chronic pancreatitis (pain syndrome, hyperamilazemia, hyperamilazuria) intravenously drip with the speed of 4060 drops per minute after dilution in 400 ml 5% glucose solution or isotonic sodium chloride solution by the course of 710 days. Also, an amino-caproic acid is used in 100 ml 5% solution 12 once a day intravenously drip by the course of 510 days. In addition, the use of means that reduce pressure in the duct system of the pancreas (m-cholinoblockers and myotropic antispasmodics). With dyspeptic manifestations (heartburn, eructation, nausea) apply drugs that eliminate violations of gastroduodenal motility: metoclopramide 10 mg 23 times a day, domperidone, sulpiride 100 mg IM / 3 times a day. At a pancreatitis it is necessary to adhere to a diet all life.
I'll write about my problem and how I solved it (to me 34 years, I have not been smoking for a long time and I did not drink so often). In general, I fell ill about 3 months. back. It all began with the fact that the beginning of stabbing in the left hypochondrium, then in the right, then shooting, pulsing pains in the same areas, liquid stool, eructation (there was no vomiting) ... all the symptoms of pancreatitis. I did in my city, in a paid ultrasound clinic, a blood and urine test, and there I also paid for the gastroenterologist, because I would have been given a "FESTAL" or "MEZIM" in a FREE account and sent home. Running ahead I will say that ultrasound was not done correctly to me and the treatment course was also prescribed incorrectly. In a paid clinic I was listened to, felt and diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis, but as if the initial stage. Have registered a following course of treatment (I do not advise, to me has not helped or assisted): - Diet (table 5) - Omeprazole 1caps. 2 times per day (30min before meals) - 2 weeks - Fosfalugel 1 bag 3 times a day (before meals) - 3-4 days - Duspatalin 1caps. 2 times a day (for 20min before meals) - 2 weeks - Panzinorm 10000 and 20000 with food (10000 light food, 20000 heavy) - 1 months. I ate and drank tablets on schedule, at times helped, 2-3 days were normal, then deterioration of health returned. For a month it was better not to go, went to his FREE therapist in a free polyclinic, who also sent me to an ultrasound and a blood and urine test. Looking at the results, he said that everything was OK and ordered me to "Kwamatel". On my arguments that I have "everything hurts," that I lost weight on 7-8., What can I do with gastroscopy and the fact that I previously drank the drug course and did not help me without attention. Having spat on the opinion of the free therapist, I applied to the Institute of Gastroenterology, to the gastroenterologist. It was free, but it's not so easy to get. After looking at previous ultrasound she wrote out a direction for gastroscopy and said that I had "chronic pancreatitis, fatty hepatosis" and that there is still a trifle. Here is the next course of treatment that was prescribed to me: (after 10 days the pains passed, the normal stool was restored later.) Medications are expensive, but it's worth it) - Ursosan 1caps. 2 times a day (morning-evening with meals) - 1 months. - Creon (25 000ed) 1 caps. 3 times a day (during meals) - 1 months. - De-nol (120mg.) On the 2 table. 2 times a day (morning-evening) - 3 weeks. - Omez (20mg.) On the 1 table. 2 times a day (30min before meals) - 3 weeks. Do not skimp on OMEZE, omeprazole is written on it, but it is OMEZ that is needed. My attending physician said that on personal experience I was convinced that omeprazole does not function properly. Omez is somewhere where 180., Omeprazole 60-70r. The difference in price is not critical.
Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. Development of the disease is favored by violations of bile outflow, non-compliance with diet, in particular abundant meat and fatty foods, alcohol consumption, hereditary predisposition, stress.
An attack of pancreatitis manifests itself in back pain in the upper abdomen, developing after a meal, which can last for hours or a few days. Often there is nausea, vomiting, weight loss, jaundice. With a prolonged course of the disease appear: abundant stool with a fat gloss, weight loss.
The attack of pancreatitis requires urgent hospitalization, since it can lead to the necrosis of part of the pancreas and other complications.
Chronic pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas can develop immediately after surgery and in more distant terms. The main sign-pain in the upper half of the abdomen, in moments of exacerbation - shingles. With severe inflammation, the temperature rises, diarrhea appears. Treatment in a hospital. Treatment of pancreatitis with folk remedies:
For the treatment of pancreatitis and other liver diseases we offer you cholagogue collection.
Method of preparation: 2 st. spoons (8-10 gr.) collection pour in 0,5 l. boil, insist 1,5 hours. Drink 0,5 a glass of 3 times a day for 30 min. before meals. One package of medicinal collection weighing 100 gr. is calculated for 15 days prima.
The course of treatment: For the treatment of pancreatitis it is necessary 200 - 300 gr. cholagogue collection.
Diseases of the pancreas. A strict half-starved diet.