Lymphoplasmocytic sclerosing pancreatitis
Inflammation of the pancreas that may be acute or chronic.
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Typical Age of onset
Often does not cause any symptoms but when it does, the symptoms are similar to pancreatic cancer.
- pain in your upper abdomen
- fatty stools, which are loose, pale, and don’t flush away easily
- nausea and vomiting
- shortness of breath
- unexplained weight loss
- excessive thirst and fatigue
You may experience more severe symptoms as the disease progresses, such as:
- pancreatic fluids in your abdomen
- jaundice, which is characterized by a yellowish discoloration in your eyes and skin
- internal bleeding
- intestinal blockage