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Ok so my mum (46yr old) went for routine bloods... They came back:
Alk Phos very high at 1800
All LFTs high
Low vitamin D.
Symptom wise she thought she had indigestion, central pain in between front/bottom of ribs getting more and more frequest. Describes as a winded tugging pain.
GP examined her and she was very tender when he pushed in around her gallbladder. Suspected gallstones.
Emergency scan this morning, sonographer said forget gallbladder it's your pancreas and it's serious, you require an urgent CT scan. Gp hasn't yet seen the scan report but has referred for an emergency specialist appt. Left in limbo, haven't a clue what the scan showed regarding the pancreas.
Upon a lot of research it seemed to me like pancreatitis however the GP said she'd be doubled over in pain if that was the case. Seems he's just thinking the dreaded C word...
Hoping someone can advise of similar...
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