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For more detail click our website blue link : http://www.gharelunuskha.com/ अग्नाशयशोथ का घरेलु इलाज | How to remove pancreatitis. Subscribe us : https://www.youtube.com/c/GhareluNuskha All Video link : https://goo.gl/V8FdKt Hello friends, welcome to gharelu nuskha. Today, what I have brought that is beneficial in pancreatitis. According to a research, millions of people are victims of this disease every year. People take different types of treatment in pancreatitis but on many occasions this treatment does not prove to be effective. Curd Curd is the main food item to digesting food. It makes digesting system strong. it removes pancreatitis from our body. Blueberries The anti-oxidant pancreatic available in blueberries has the ability to remove pancreatitis. Its use provides relief in pancreatitis. Black grapes It contains anti oxidants. It is helpful in removing your pancreatitis. Spinach Anti-oxidants are rich in spinach. It makes immune system strong. You can use it as porridge or greens. Pancreatitis can be controlled by its. उलटी का इलाज, how to solved pancreatitis, pet ki gass ka ilaj, pet ke dard ka upay, how to remove stomach pain, अग्नाशयशोथ kaise thik kare, how to remove pancreatitis, home remedies pancreatitis, how to reduce pancreatitis, cause of pancreatitis, symptoms of pancreatitis, pancreatitis remedies, reducing pancreatitis, pancreatitis ko kaise jane, pancreatitis ke lkshan, pancreatitis ke karaan, agnyashyshoth ke lkshan दोस्तों, घरेलु नुस्खा में आपका स्वागत है। आज जो मैं नुस्खा लेकर आया हूँ। वो अग्नाशयशोथ के बारे में है। एक शोध के अनुसार हर वर्ष लाखों लोग इस बीमारी के शिकार होते है। जो विभिन्न प्रकार के इलाज अपनाते है लेकिन कई अवसर पर ये इलाज कारगर साबित नहीं होता है। उपाय दही भोजन को पचाने में प्रमुख खाद्य पदार्थ है। इसके सेवन से पाचन तंत्र मजबूत रहता है। जिससे प्रतिरक्षा प्रणाली मजबूत होती है और अग्नाशयशोथ से निजात मिलता है। ब्लूबेरी में उपलब्ध एंटी ऑक्सीडेंट अग्नाशय में बढ़ने वाले अग्नाशयशोथ को दूर करने की क्षमता होती है। इसके सेवन से अग्नाशयशोथ में आराम मिलता है। काले अंगूर इसमें एंटी ऑक्सीडेंट पाया जाता है। जो आपके अग्नाशयशोथ को दूर करने में सहायक है। पालक में एंटी ऑक्सीडेंट भरपूर मात्रा में होती है। जिससे प्रतिरक्षा प्रणाली मजबूत होती है। आप इसका इस्तेमाल दलिया या साग के रूप में कर सकते है। इसके सेवन से अग्नाशयशोथ को नियंत्रित किया जा सकता है। सूप आप सब्जी का सूप भी अग्नाशयशोथ को दूर करने में इस्तेमाल कर सकते है। इसके सेवन से अग्नाशयशोथ से छुटकारा मिल जाता है। सब्जी में प्रचुर मात्रा में एंटी ऑक्सीडेंट पाई जाती है। टोफू बहुत लोग इसके बारे में सुनकर चौक जाता है। आखिर टोफू क्या है। मैं आपको बताना चाहूंगा टोफू सोयाबीन से बनता है। जिसमें प्रचुर मात्रा में प्रोटीन पाई जाती है। जो आपके प्रतिरक्षा प्रणाली को मजबूत करता है। जिससे अग्नाशयशोथ जैसे बीमारी दूर हो जाती है।

Association Of Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes And Autoimmune Pancreatitis

Department of Endocrinology, Diabetology and Metabolic Diseases, Mohammed VI University Hospital of Marrakech, Caddi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco Summary Autoimmune pancreatitis is a new nosological entity in which a lymphocytic infiltration of the exocrine pancreas is involved. The concomitant onset of autoimmune pancreatitis and type 1 diabetes has been recently described suggesting a unique immune disturbance that compromises the pancreatic endocrine and exocrine functions. We report a case of type1 diabetes onset associated with an autoimmune pancreatitis in a young patient who seemed to present a type 2 autoimmune polyglandular syndrome. This rare association offers the opportunity to better understand pancreatic autoimmune disorders in type 1 diabetes. The case makes it possible to understand the possibility of a simultaneous disturbance of the endocrine and exocrine function of the same organ by one autoimmune process. The diagnosis of type 1 diabetes should make practitioner seek other autoimmune diseases. It is recommended to screen for autoimmune thyroiditis and celiac diseases. We draw attention to consider the autoimmune origin of a pancreatitis associated to ty Continue reading >>

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  1. Reefsider

    I'm also a medical anomaly rwls and have also been diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis and I've never consumed alcohol either and know what you mean about response of doctors when you tell them that.
    My GI diagnosed me with Auto Immune Chronic Pancreatitis because of my other weird disease and no-one can tell me for certain if that one triggered my CP although I did find one obscure reference which said it was a very rare complication, nothing to back it up however.
    You may have hereditary pancreatitis if so at least you'll know, many don't ever know, they're deemed to have Idiopathic Pancreatitis (of unknown origin). Bottom line, you have Chronic Pancreatitis so learn how to manage it.
    Don't worry about the sequence of events, the important thing is that you are being treated symptomatically. Humans have been arguing about which came first, the chicken or the egg, for centuries, will we better off if it's decided absolutely? Probably not.
    The important thing given your age is that you ensure you are diligent with your diet and applying medical advice so you have a long and as healthy a life as you can.
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  2. Moomin1990

    Hello i got pancreatitis when i was 21 , im not a diabetes person at present and hope to keep that off but my big number one advice is really high doses of vitamin c through tablets is proberly the best way to get high amounts and not very much sugar if any atall. I take up to 6000 mg which is six large pills and that genrally stops pain and suffering very quickly. My new discovery is papaya seeds they are very high enzyme counting and are helping my stomach feel settled after eating. Grapefruit extract or the juice is helpful although again im not sure about the diabetes with it. But vitamin C i count as my saving grace completly good luck please let me know how that goes if you try it xx

  3. Reefsider

    I'm pleased you've found a regime that works for you Moomin1990 but we're all different and what works for one may not work for another, or could actually be harmful. It's good to know the combination however,
    I'll try a bit more Vit C and I've read papaya is pretty marvelous too. I use lemon juice on just about everything and squeeze some juice into my water. It helps settle the acidity for me.
    Do you take Creon as well as the papaya? I seem to have found a happy medium with it now.
    I thought 6000mg of Vit C sounded a bit high and looked it up on the Mayo Clinic website. This is what they say in part.
    "For adults, the recommended dietary reference intake for vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg) a day, and the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day. Although too much dietary vitamin C is unlikely to be harmful, megadoses of vitamin C supplements may cause:
    Diarrhea
    Nausea
    Vomiting
    Heartburn
    Abdominal bloating and cramps
    Headache
    Insomnia
    Kidney stones"
    So really we just have to be aware of our own bodies and try things like this carefully. It's great that it doesn't upset you.
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Pancreas | Pancreas Function | Pancreas Inflammation | Pancreas Location in Body is a quick video on What is pancreas - Pancreas function. The video elaborates on the Pancreas Definition and also elaborates on the functions of Pancreas like insulin secretion, other hormone secretion and Pancreatitis. What is pancreas - Pancreas function What is Pancreas? Pancreas is a compound gland, about 15 cm long that lies behind stomach. Its one end touches the spleen; the other end lies in the curve of duodenum. Pancreas is made up of clusters of specialized cells. Pancreas secretes a few hormones. The first one is ‘pancreatic juice’. The other one is ‘Insulin’, which is secreted by Islets of Langerhans. Pancreatic Juice secreted by Pancreas contains a number of enzymes concerned with digestion. This ‘Juice’ drains into small ducts that open into pancreatic ducts. This joins with the common bile duct and reaches the duodenum. Pancreatic juices contain a large amount of sodium bi carbonate for neutralizing the acidity of stomach contents. Pancreatic juices also contain Amylase, lipase maltase, trypsinogen and chymothypsinogen. The isolated group of cells called islets of Langerhans secretes Insulin and glucagons into the blood stream. The importance of pancreas lies in its output of Insulin. It is insulin that is the ‘key’ for the complex metabolism of food digestion, conversion to energy giving glucose and absorption by cells. When blood carrying Glucose reaches body cells, it alone cannot penetrate the body cells to supply glucose. Insulin is the ‘key’ that is required, if Insulin is not sufficient or not available, blood gets “jammed” with glucose and the giant of a disease, “Diabetes mellitus” is caused. Pancreatitis is inflammation of the Pancreas. The patient suffers serve pain in the back and upper abdomen. The cause for this disease is not yet established. It could be due to gall bladder stones or alcoholism. Chronic pancreatitis may cause malabsorption and diabetes mellitus. The treatment for pancreatitis consists of injecting the extract obtained from pancreas called pancreatin, intravenous feeding, drugs and surgery.

Abnormalities Of The Exocrine Pancreas In Type 1 Diabetes

Go to: Normal Pancreatic Anatomy and Function The exocrine pancreas unit is composed of acinar, centroacinar, and ductal cells forming the acinus. The exocrine region is divided by connective tissue into lobules containing hundreds of acinar units. Acinar cells secrete more than 20 different enzymes including proteases, lipases, amylases, ribonucleases, and hydrolases into the intralobular ducts, which drain via the main pancreatic duct into the duodenum [6]. These enzymes are stored in zymogen granules as proenzymes that are activated within the duodenum [7]. Exocrine secretion is tightly regulated by the autonomic nervous system in response to a meal and is mediated by numerous hormonal secretagogues and neurotransmitters [8, 9]. One of the most important mediators of exocrine secretion is cholecystokinin (CCK), secreted by I cells in the small intestine and by neurons in the brain [10]. CCK activates sensory afferent neurons in the duodenal mucosa, which in turn stimulates a vago-vagal reflex and the subsequent release of acetylcholine, ultimately leading to exocrine secretion by acinar cells. Exocrine secretory activity is complex and involves many different molecules and activ Continue reading >>

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  1. Reefsider

    I'm also a medical anomaly rwls and have also been diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis and I've never consumed alcohol either and know what you mean about response of doctors when you tell them that.
    My GI diagnosed me with Auto Immune Chronic Pancreatitis because of my other weird disease and no-one can tell me for certain if that one triggered my CP although I did find one obscure reference which said it was a very rare complication, nothing to back it up however.
    You may have hereditary pancreatitis if so at least you'll know, many don't ever know, they're deemed to have Idiopathic Pancreatitis (of unknown origin). Bottom line, you have Chronic Pancreatitis so learn how to manage it.
    Don't worry about the sequence of events, the important thing is that you are being treated symptomatically. Humans have been arguing about which came first, the chicken or the egg, for centuries, will we better off if it's decided absolutely? Probably not.
    The important thing given your age is that you ensure you are diligent with your diet and applying medical advice so you have a long and as healthy a life as you can.
    Report this ❤ 0 Reply to Reefsider

  2. Moomin1990

    Hello i got pancreatitis when i was 21 , im not a diabetes person at present and hope to keep that off but my big number one advice is really high doses of vitamin c through tablets is proberly the best way to get high amounts and not very much sugar if any atall. I take up to 6000 mg which is six large pills and that genrally stops pain and suffering very quickly. My new discovery is papaya seeds they are very high enzyme counting and are helping my stomach feel settled after eating. Grapefruit extract or the juice is helpful although again im not sure about the diabetes with it. But vitamin C i count as my saving grace completly good luck please let me know how that goes if you try it xx

  3. Reefsider

    I'm pleased you've found a regime that works for you Moomin1990 but we're all different and what works for one may not work for another, or could actually be harmful. It's good to know the combination however,
    I'll try a bit more Vit C and I've read papaya is pretty marvelous too. I use lemon juice on just about everything and squeeze some juice into my water. It helps settle the acidity for me.
    Do you take Creon as well as the papaya? I seem to have found a happy medium with it now.
    I thought 6000mg of Vit C sounded a bit high and looked it up on the Mayo Clinic website. This is what they say in part.
    "For adults, the recommended dietary reference intake for vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg) a day, and the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day. Although too much dietary vitamin C is unlikely to be harmful, megadoses of vitamin C supplements may cause:
    Diarrhea
    Nausea
    Vomiting
    Heartburn
    Abdominal bloating and cramps
    Headache
    Insomnia
    Kidney stones"
    So really we just have to be aware of our own bodies and try things like this carefully. It's great that it doesn't upset you.
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Pancreatitis: acute pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis nursing NCLEX review lecture on symptoms, treatment, pathophysiology, diet, and nursing interventions. Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas that can lead to the digestion of the pancreas by its own enzymes and/or irreversible structural damage to the organ. There are two types of pancreatitis: acute pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis. In acute pancreatitis, there is sudden inflammation of the pancreas due to something that has triggered the digestive enzymes to become activated inside the organ (high amylase and lipase levels will be found in the blood) and the pancreas starts to digest itself and swell. Two common causes of acute pancreatitis include: gallstones obstruction and heavy consumption of alcohol. Typically, acute pancreatitis is reversible if the patient is treated promptly. Chronic pancreatitis is chronic inflammation of the pancreas (can be caused by repeated episodes of acute pancreatitis but most common cause is years of alcohol abuse) that has led to irreversible damage to the structure of pancreas. There will be loss of the function of the endocrine and exocrine cells (acinar and islet of langerhans cells), damaged to the pancreatic duct etc. Symptoms of pancreatitis include: sudden, very painful mid-epigastric or left upper quadrant which can be felt in the back as well, fever, increased heart rate, decreased blood pressure, Cullen's sign, Grey-Turner's sign, hyperglycemia, dark-urine, jaundice, steatorrhea (oily/fatty stools). What is Cullen and Grey-Turner's Sign? Cullen's Sign is a bluish discoloration around the belly button, whereas Grey-Turner's Sign is bluish discoloration found on the flanks of the abdomen. They are due to retroperitoneal bleeding. Watch the video for an easy way to remember how to tell them apart. Nursing interventions for pancreatitis include: maintain NPO status, inserting/monitor NG tube, controlling pain, administering pancreatic enzymes and stomach acid reducers per MD order, assessing urine, hydration status, diet education etc. Quiz on Pancreatitis: http://www.registerednursern.com/panc... Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/panc... More GI videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-... Nursing Job Search: http://www.registerednursern.com/nurs... Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/Register... All of our videos in a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHx... Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Personality Types: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

Does Pancreatitis Cause Diabetes?

Here is a common question – does Pancreatitis cause Diabetes? I have both illnesses and have always often wondered whether the reason that I developed Diabetes was because of the Pancreatitis. It seems logical to ask can Pancreatitis cause Diabetes since it would seem that damaging your Pancreas enough would affects the insulin producing cells that are located there. To get the answer to – does Pancreatitis cause Diabetes – you have to first understand what the Pancreas does for our bodies. The Pancreas The Pancreas is an amazing organ located behind the stomach in the upper abdomen. The head of the Pancreas is located on the right side of the stomach and connects to the duodenum (the first section of the small intestines) via the pancreatic duct. It’s only about 6″ long but accomplishes two important tasks in your body. Exocrine Function First, the exocrine function is where the Pancreas secretes enzymes into the small intestines. These enzymes help to continue the digesting of food that you eat when it passes out of the stomach and into the small intestines. When the Pancreas is damaged it can often make less of these enzymes which is why many people who suffer from Pan Continue reading >>

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  1. Reefsider

    I'm also a medical anomaly rwls and have also been diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis and I've never consumed alcohol either and know what you mean about response of doctors when you tell them that.
    My GI diagnosed me with Auto Immune Chronic Pancreatitis because of my other weird disease and no-one can tell me for certain if that one triggered my CP although I did find one obscure reference which said it was a very rare complication, nothing to back it up however.
    You may have hereditary pancreatitis if so at least you'll know, many don't ever know, they're deemed to have Idiopathic Pancreatitis (of unknown origin). Bottom line, you have Chronic Pancreatitis so learn how to manage it.
    Don't worry about the sequence of events, the important thing is that you are being treated symptomatically. Humans have been arguing about which came first, the chicken or the egg, for centuries, will we better off if it's decided absolutely? Probably not.
    The important thing given your age is that you ensure you are diligent with your diet and applying medical advice so you have a long and as healthy a life as you can.
    Report this ❤ 0 Reply to Reefsider

  2. Moomin1990

    Hello i got pancreatitis when i was 21 , im not a diabetes person at present and hope to keep that off but my big number one advice is really high doses of vitamin c through tablets is proberly the best way to get high amounts and not very much sugar if any atall. I take up to 6000 mg which is six large pills and that genrally stops pain and suffering very quickly. My new discovery is papaya seeds they are very high enzyme counting and are helping my stomach feel settled after eating. Grapefruit extract or the juice is helpful although again im not sure about the diabetes with it. But vitamin C i count as my saving grace completly good luck please let me know how that goes if you try it xx

  3. Reefsider

    I'm pleased you've found a regime that works for you Moomin1990 but we're all different and what works for one may not work for another, or could actually be harmful. It's good to know the combination however,
    I'll try a bit more Vit C and I've read papaya is pretty marvelous too. I use lemon juice on just about everything and squeeze some juice into my water. It helps settle the acidity for me.
    Do you take Creon as well as the papaya? I seem to have found a happy medium with it now.
    I thought 6000mg of Vit C sounded a bit high and looked it up on the Mayo Clinic website. This is what they say in part.
    "For adults, the recommended dietary reference intake for vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg) a day, and the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day. Although too much dietary vitamin C is unlikely to be harmful, megadoses of vitamin C supplements may cause:
    Diarrhea
    Nausea
    Vomiting
    Heartburn
    Abdominal bloating and cramps
    Headache
    Insomnia
    Kidney stones"
    So really we just have to be aware of our own bodies and try things like this carefully. It's great that it doesn't upset you.
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