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High blood sugar, swollen abdomen, rumbling behind rib cage, complex cyst on left ovary. Treatment suggestion?

I have high blood sugar (for the first time in my life, fatty stool , fatty liver , swollen abdomen, rumbling drilling feeling behind my lower left ribcage, squeezing feeling that starts in abdomen and slowly moves up to my throat. I believe I have Pancreatitis but the Dr. isn t listening to me. I also have a complex cyst on my left ovary that nothing has been done about. I am miserable, don t know what to do next....
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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You are having high blood sugar level ,it is important to know are you a known diabetic and are you taking some drugs for control of diabetes,Pain in abdomen and fatty stool may have many other causes.
Please do not presume that you have ?Panceatitis, let Physician decide and investigate accordingly may be by S.Amylase and S.Lipase, and if justified a CT Scan of abdomen will lead to the proper diagnosis.
Just keep your blood sugar to the optimum level and take care of your diet.
Once your diagnosis is confirmed condition may be treated accordingly.
Good Luck to you
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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