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Hereditary Pancreatitis

What is Hereditary Pancreatitis?

Hereditary Pancreatitis is a condition characterized by recurrent episodes of pancreatic attacks.

 

Hereditary Pancreatitis is a condition characterized by recurrent episodes of pancreatic attacks.
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There are several symptoms that affect people with Hereditary Pancreatitis.
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Abdominal pain Abdominal pain
Nausea Nausea
Vomiting Vomiting
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hereditary pancreatitis Created by lcfranklin
Last updated 3 Mar 2012, 01:42 AM

Posted by Tina1968
3 Mar 2012, 01:42 AM

I have suffered from tummy problems for along time im 43. Diagnosed me with HP this week. My sister and nephew has it.I have been given the the info on ICT. Will follow up when i know more.

Posted by Jmy239
13 Jul 2011, 12:51 AM

Hi, I'm 21 years old and was diagnosed four years ago. I've recently noticed that my heart races and my chest becomes tight during an attack. Has anyone else had this problem? I was attack free for six months and now this just started

Posted by lcfranklin
25 Oct 2009, 06:40 AM

Has anyone heard of stem cell research geared towards replacing islet cells?

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