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How to cure from acute pancreatitis and juvenile diabetes ?

Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
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diabetes should be perfectly controlled
causative factor of acute pancreatitis if found should be dealt with
supportive treatment is the mianstay of managing acute pancreatitis in intensive care unit of reputed hospital known for its service to suffering people
hope your daughter recover fast
Answered: Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Channabasappa K's  Response
this condition usually seen in chronic alcoholics,odese person even if he is nonalcohic too,people who eat high carb diet,smoking.heridatory also one cause.this is really worst condition bcoz one may need life long insulin suppliment for blood sugar control.&exocrine pancrea secrets amylase,lipase&other hormones into lumen for digestion of fat&protein.abscence of enzymes makes food undergo improper digestion,absorption,finally malnutrition one may need to take supplimentary enzymes daily after meals,which sometime difficult becoz FINANCIALLY IT MAKE YOU HEAVY BURDEN.PATIENTS SHOULD ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEIGHT,ANY NUTRITION DEF VL RESULT IN RECURRENT INFECTION TOO.SO HAVE FAITH IN YOURSELF THAT,THIS condition can be managed vn taken strict determination in sugar as well as digestion.hope so newer therapy like organ tranplantion also good.consult gastroentrologist at earlist for more.ok,god bless you.
Answered: Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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