Causes of pancreatitis
Again poor nutrition, eating dead flesh, junk foods made from bleach white flour and highly processed white sugar, and I advise you to stop eating meat every day; basically eating meats that are rich in fats with every meal.
Other frequent causes of pancreatitis are vital Infection, diseases of the bile ducts, gallbladder, and I couldn’t stress this enough, meat rich in fats is the foundation of developing pancreatitis. Even more causes are abdominal injury, prescribed medication, steroids, estrogen, and oral contraceptive.
What are the symptoms of pancreatitis?
The acute symptoms of pancreatitis is a quick unexpected excruciating burning pain in the upper abdomen, maybe nausea, and vomiting. The pain may travel to other parts of the body; it may get worse when there are movement, and food, drugs, alcohol, and vomiting can make the pain worse.
The chronic symptoms of pancreatitis are excessive gas, muscles aches, and fever. Permanent damage can happen to the pancreas because of constant inflammation, which can produce fibrosis. Other symptoms of pancreatitis are abnormal fatty stools, abdominal swelling, sweating, and hypertension.