Pancreatic Disorders Treatment

The pancreas is inflamed by pancreatitis. The pancreas is a long, flat gland that is hidden in the upper belly beyond the stomach. The pancreas creates hormones that regulate how your body handles sugar and enzymes that aid in digestion (glucose).

Acute pancreatitis, which manifests rapidly and lasts for days, is one type of pancreatitis that can happen. Chronic pancreatitis, or pancreatitis that lasts for a long time, can occur in some persons.

Treatment helps mild cases of pancreatitis get better, but consequences from severe cases can be fatal. If you are experiencing any symptoms, visit a

Symptoms: Depending on the type you have, your pancreatitis symptoms and signs may change. Signs and symptoms of acute pancreatitis include:
  • the upper abdomen
  • back discomfort that originates in the abdomen
  • abdomen feels soft to the touch.
  • Fever
  • fast heartbeat
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
Signs and symptoms of chronic pancreatitis include:
  • the upper abdomen
  • Severe abdominal pain that gets worse after eating
  • losing weight without straining
  • Foul-smelling, oily stools (steatorrhea)
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Causes: When digestion enzymes that are still in the pancreas get activated, it irritates the pancreatic cells and results in inflammation. Acute pancreatitis can damage the pancreas over time, which can result in chronic pancreatitis. The pancreas may develop scar tissue, which would impair its functionality. Diabetes and digestive issues can both be brought on by an inefficient pancreas. The following conditions can result in acute pancreatitis:
  • Gallstones
  • Alcoholism
  • Certain medications
  • High triglyceride levels in the blood (hypertriglyceridemia)
  • High calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia), or (hyperparathyroidism)
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Abdominal surgery
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Infection
  • Injury to the abdomen
  • Obesity
  • Trauma

Risk Factors:

The following are some factors that raise your risk of pancreatic disorders:

  • Excessive alcoholic beverage consumption: According to research, individuals who regularly consume four to five drinks are more likely to develop pancreatic disorders.
  • Smoking: Compared to nonsmokers, smokers have a threefold increased risk of developing chronic pancreatitis. The good news is that your risk is reduced by almost half when you stop smoking.
  • Obesity: If you are obese, you run a higher risk of developing pancreatic disorders.
  • Pancreatitis is more likely to occur if you have diabetes.
  • History of pancreatitis in the family: More and more experts agree that genetics play a part in chronic pancreatitis. Your chances improve if you know someone who has the illness in your family, especially when added to other risk factors.
Diagnosis: Tests and procedures used to diagnose pancreatic disorders include:
  • Blood tests: The tests confirm elevated levels of pancreatic enzymes, white blood cells, kidney function, and liver enzymes.
  • Abdominal ultrasound: It confirms gallstones and pancreas inflammation
  • Computerized tomography (CT) scan: gallstones and assess the extent of pancreas inflammation
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): abnormalities in the gallbladder, pancreas, and ducts
  • Endoscopic Ultrasound: inflammation and blockages in the pancreatic duct or bile duct
  • Stool tests in chronic pancreatitis: It measures levels of fat that could suggest your digestive system isn’t absorbing nutrients adequately


The treatment for pancreatic disorders includes:

  1. Medications: You will receive medicines from your medical staff to assist manage your pain.
  2. Intravenous (IV) fluids: You risk dehydration while your body invests energy and fluids in your pancreas’ healing. Because of this, during your hospital stay, you will get additional fluids through a vein in your arm.

Based on the symptoms and diagnosis get the treatment for Pancreatic Disorders in Noida, Ghaziabad and treat the underlying cause of your pancreatic disorders under control. The course of treatment for your pancreatic disorder will depend on its underlying cause.

Pain Management: Constant abdominal pain might be a symptom of Pancreatic disorder. Your doctor will examine you to determine the possible causes of your chronic pancreatic disorder and might suggest painkillers. You might be suggested to a pain specialist if necessary. Book your appointment for pancreatic disorder treatment with the best liver specialist doctors in Noida, Ghaziabad.

Options for treating severe pain include endoscopic ultrasonography and injections that block the nerves that the pancreas uses to transmit pain signals to the brain.

Change in diet: Your doctor can suggest a dietician who can assist you in creating nutrient-dense, low-fat meals.

Dr. Sushrut Singh

Dr. Sushrut Singh is an Additional Director in the Department of Liver and Digestive Sciences at Fortis Hospital, Sector-62, Noida. . Having pursued both his M.B.B.S. and M.D. from the King George’s Medical College, Lucknow, he went on to complete his postgraduate super-speciality in Hepatology from the only Liver University in Asia under the guidance of most renowned Prof. Dr. Shiv Kumar Sarin from the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi.

  • Speciality : Liver Specialist, Hepatologist, Gastroenterologist
  • Degree : M.B.B.S., M.D., D.M.
  • Experience : 12+ Years
  • Phone : +91 93153 54431


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