Acute Pancreatitis: Symptoms
An irritation of the that can cause it to stop working. It is most often caused by gallstones or alcohol abuse.
About Acute Pancreatitis Symptoms
usually begins with gradual or sudden pain in the upper that sometimes extends through the back. The pain may be mild at first and feel worse after eating. But the pain is often severe and may become constant and last for several days. A person with acute pancreatitis usually looks and feels very ill and needs immediate medical attention. Other symptoms may includea swollen and tender and a rapid
Severe may cause dehydration and . The , , or can fail. If occurs in the , shock and even death may follow.