Trypsinogen results

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I'm curious to know for those with pancreatitis, whether chronic or acute, what your Trypsinogen blood results were for those that had that test?  My doctor kept telling me I don't have pancreatitis, despite my high amylase and lypase and my symptoms of pain after eating.  But now my Trypsinogen came back at 120 (normal range 19-68).  It is flagged as too high.  Doesn't that clearly show that I have pancreatitis, of some form or another?  Thanks for your help!

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    In my opinion it certainly does
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      Are your scans showing clear? Clear scans been nothing and I mean nothing with this disease. You need to join the pancreatitis groups on facebook, so much info there. what are your symptoms?
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      Which pancreatitis groups on FB do you reccommend?  Thanks!  My symptoms are a slow burning pain that starts in my upper abdomen, from front to back, with a tingling spot just left of my spine, that worsens around 2 hours after eating anything with too much fat (as in, pretty much anything over 4-5 grams of fat, it's rediculous!) and nausea and feeling way too full.  Then, usually several hours later, bouts of diahrrea.  But also, if I don't eat for several hours, I get very sick-- I almost wonder if I have a stomach ulcer?  I have had attacks that left me on the floor in pain, heart racing out of control, and contemplating the ER, but thank God, have been able to avoid the hospital so far by avoiding fat in my diet, taking enzymes, chewing raw ginger (it really helps!) and eating half a grapefruit every day, along with taking lots of herbs.  I also have issues with malnutrition/ vitamin defeciency and weight only 104lbs right now (I'm 5'1"wink.  I used to be 117.  Thanks for letting me share!

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