Pancreatitis – symptoms, treatment, diet
– Acute and chronic
Acute pancreatitis :
-nagla, severe pain in the middle of the abdomen, often begins twelve to twenty-four hours after heavy meal or excessive drinking liquids. The pain may spread to the back
-machnina or vomiting
coldest and clammy skin
-naduen and sensitive stomach
Acute pancreatitis is associated with excessive drinking alcohol , gallstones, viral and bacterial infections, use of certain drugs and blockage of the drainage channel of the pancreas.
Chronic pancreatitis :
Stronger, lasting abdominal pain that may spread to the back and chest; pain can be permanent or temporary
-obilen scum with an unpleasant odor
-machnina and vomiting
Over half of the patients with chronic pancreatitis drink too much alcohol . Excessive alcohol consumption is the most common cause of exocrine insufficiency in adults and in children cystic fibrosis.
Conventional medicine . After an attack of acute pancreatitis, the doctor will try to prevent the leakage of enzymes intravenous feeding. For pain used analgesic meperidine. Applies pumping the stomach by tube that is introduced through the nose. If pancreatitis is caused by gallstones or due to blockage of the canal of the pancreas when symptoms settle down may require surgery.
Healing herbs . The combination of equal parts of glicerati of herbs Chionantus virginicus, Chelone glabra and Silybum marianum, can improve the digestion of fat. Take one teaspoon of the mixture three times a day.
It is recommended to bring 300 milligrams of chromium per day as a dietary supplement to maintain normal levels of blood sugar. Additional amounts of vitamin C, and vitamin group B with extra niacin B3, and B5 pantothenic acid can help reduce stress and fight infection, but alcohol is not recommended.