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Hi , i stopped drinking alcohol 15 year ago following a few years heavy drinking im now 58 female .

Im just being diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis my doctor saying not drink related as 15 year sober Yet a specialist that hasnt even recieved my notes yet says it is ! Im so upset Could it be after 15 years .

I was never admitted to hospital when drinking .

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    Halo Yvonne ive had CP For 5 years and on because of Alcohol and not heard this before i got diagnosed by CT scan . HOW where u diagnosed and where

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      I was diagnosed by liver scan as my bloods showed liver enylaze high .

      Im waiting for a CT scan now referred by speacialist whos told me it through alcohol i havent drsnk for 15 yesr following a dettox im gutted as my doctor said Not !

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      You can have CP without being a drinker i know Gallstones can cause it . But if you google CP and causes of it you will see other causes . Theres a facebook crhonic pancreatitis UK you can get good info on there

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      Yeah im aware of this and i have been under my gp for years i think gallstones may have been the reason forfor a long time and ive been fobbed off with ibs and omraprozale for 15yr ! The liver scascan guy said he couldcould see a blockage he thought coupd be a stone yet the specialist jumped onto alcohol abuse without any facts ! Its upset me a bit

      More than anything how am i gona feel on a day to day basis im just gona get on with it

      I cut fat out of my diet ling ago no bacon sausage dont eat meat so guess its a start .

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