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Pancreatitis and gall stones due to alcoholism - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
User :   u get my all report
Doctor :   i have read all your reports
User :   thats thx i send u 3 mail of my last ultra sound report
User :   subject report1
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   let me check
User :   ok
User :   why ur website always hang
Doctor :   there must be some technical problem, i will ask technical team to look into the matter
Doctor :   i have seen your that report also
User :   i have only five attempt and i lost 3 due to this problem
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   i will ask our team to take care of it
User :   ok
Doctor :   plz proceed with your query
User :   yes
User :   now i already told u i lost my gd
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   you mean GB
Doctor :   ?
User :   and sill known gallblader
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   plz proceed
User :   now tell me all the truth after reading my reports
User :   everything happen good or bad
Doctor :   your reports suggest that you have Gall bladder stones, and pancreatic pseudocyst with calcification which has led to pancreatitis whose signs are evident in the CT scan report
Doctor :   you were operated and Gall bladder was removed
Doctor :   any other procedure was performed?
User :   no
Doctor :   any part of pancreas was removed?
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   in my opinion there is quiet possibility that due to the gall stones the pancreatitis had occured as stones are very small and some of them might have reached the pancreas and resulted into pancreatitis
User :   and alchol reasion
Doctor :   considering that the removal of gall bladder is definitive treatment
Doctor :   yes alcohol has made the pancreas more susceptible for the inflammation
Doctor :   even it can be a cause for the stones also
Doctor :   both the factors have there combined effect in your condition
User :   alchol is the reasion of stone ?
Doctor :   alcohol inhibits metabolism of many substances and in long term may lead to the formation of stones
Doctor :   it makes the organ more susceptible
User :   now i stop alchol from last 6 month
User :   but still i have a problem
Doctor :   very good
Doctor :   it will take some time to resolve
User :   i am loosing my waight rapidly
Doctor :   yes i can understand your concern but the most of the loss is done
Doctor :   dont worry
Doctor :   now keep patience so that in due course you can gain weight again
User :   u can see and all other report no stone found
User :   can u say me why ?
Doctor :   after the removal of gall bladder were any stones found in that?
User :   doctor told me they seen some very little stone
Doctor :   if the doctor can see stones then there is no question, you definitely had stones
Doctor :   may be they were mised in some investigations
User :   just like what
Doctor :   as your CT scan did not shows any stones in the gall bladder but it says that there is enlargement of gall bladder
Doctor :   may be stones were not detected in the gall bladder at that time
Doctor :   only enlargement was noticed
User :   it means there is no inflame in gb and pancrease during last ultra sound
Doctor :   let me explain you
Doctor :   you had ACUTE PANCREATITIS
Doctor :   in your CT also
Doctor :   it is called acute
Doctor :   because it develops suddenly and is alarming
Doctor :   it does not have a gradual development
Doctor :   all your pancreatic enzymes are elevated
User :   ok
User :   now tell whats my condition now
Doctor :   as you have recovered from the acute attack, also you have removed both of the factors gall bladder and alcohol
Doctor :   so your condition seems to be stable now
User :   in the morning i was feeling pain
User :   and in the date of 1 and also
Doctor :   after operation slight pain is common
User :   but i was feling pain from inside not on that place where the doctor cut the stomac
Doctor :   pain can be anywhere it is not specific, gb removakl is a major operation'
Doctor :   *removal
User :   tell me if possiable the gain waight automatically
User :   coz i always sick from the chil hood but in the last 2 years i gain waight approx 18 kg
Doctor :   plz dont concentrate on weight gain for another 3-4 weeks it is not recommended
User :   and now i lost all again
User :   and more sick from before
Doctor :   plz dont concentrate on weight gain for another 3-4 weeks it is not recommended
User :   its ok
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   your body has too much stress at this point
Doctor :   imagine yourself
Doctor :   if you have a small cut than it takles 2-3 weeks to heal completely
Doctor :   and your one organ is removed
Doctor :   so plz keep patience
Doctor :   with time your weight will increase
User :   i want to know about diet
User :   whats diet should i take
User :   at present
Doctor :   avoid milk and milk products and high calorie foods for 2-3 months
Doctor :   take light food
Doctor :   only
Doctor :   dont take fried items
User :   i can take cow milk or not ?
Doctor :   yes but in diluted form
User :   ok
User :   and banana
Doctor :   Eat small frequent meals rather than large meals that tend to
make your symptoms worse
Doctor :   eat in small quantity'
User :   i only eat seeds of soyabeen , banana , cowmilk , khicdi , dahi, fulka
User :   tell me abou it
Doctor :   It shows you have moved away from the chat, so I close the window. Please log in again for 24/7 medical help.
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