Is there anybody for whom pancreatitis attack came only once?

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Hi All,

Just curious to know. Is there anybody for whom pancreatitis attack came only once and It didn't come ever again in their life.

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    Hi Creon,

    I have had acuta attack 5 yeras ago... that time I havent been interested in pacreas at all... I was fully healthy and happy ... after 3 years started my digestion problems... did all tests. My doctor says its functional disorder + IBS. Iam still not 100% sure if pancreas is not involved in some kind of chronic pancreatits...

    My attack was caused by alcohol and bad food night...after 3 days was fully OK.Dont even stayed in hospital even they wanted me to stay... I just thought it was "bad" night with more alcohol and not healthy food.

    What is the meaning of your question?

     

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    Well I'm new to this. Mine was acute back in early November. I'm pretty sure I know how you feel. I'm hoping mine was a one and done thing too! I am living much healthier now in hopes of never having to experience that kind of pain again. Best of luck to you.
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    Hi Creon ,I had a full blown acute attack 21mnths ago ,8 nights in hospital on morphine ,catheter ,intravenous drip etc . I was back at work a month after, although not back to 100% health but okay .

    I have not thankfully had any returning health problems and follow a sensible healthy diet .I am now fit and healthy . Its along recovery after an acute attack but it doesnt always come back . Carol .

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    i was hoping forthat too 1st one i had was in thailand then spent almost 1 year without any symptoms ...then it came back in force ...
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