I know this has been posted multiple times but I honestly just can’t come to terms of Sakura dying to random stabbing. I can see the foreshadowing but for that to happened to her is honestly the biggest tragedy I ever seen. Can’t imagine the thoughts rushing through her brain in that moment.
I was wondering if it was possible for type 1 diabetics to get a pancreas transplant to cure diabetes? i have been resding on it for a while now and many hospitals and websites say it’s possible but i have never seen it to be available
It doesn’t feel real. I still panic two bites into a meal that I forgot my insulin. Constantly reaching for my pump to check the time. My blood sugars still spike after meals, the highest so far has been 175. The dr says once I’m off steroids it won’t spike so much.
I don’t know if I’ll ever believe I don’t have diabetes. 20 years is a hell of a habit to break.
Also- I had OJ this morning. I haven’t had OJ in years!! It always over spiked my sugar, even with a low.
I know Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly types, as I’ve been taught that you can’t live without one due to the role it plays in the body by regulating blood glucose levels and producing enzymes for digestion. However with modern medicine, can we not control these things by giving nutrients via IV, or is there another function of the pancreas we cannot recreate?
Hey girls and guys.
So, while laying in my bed and trink some wonderful coffee.. Looking and my tummy and noticed.. .. Dude! Your overweight!
So I never really struggled with my weight, and since a few years, Iam a bit overweight.
I was thinking - shouldn't this be a sign, that my pancreas is working pretty good? I never tested a stools ample or something like that.
I share my thoughts because since Trikafta, my digestion is so bad. Always blooted like a balloon, pregnant looking.
Sry for my bad German English (always say that in the end!! Everyone must know!) :D
Today I am 257 days sober and finally found out why I am sick all the time. I have pancreatic exocrine insufficiency. My pancreas is only functioning at about 20% which makes me sick almost every time I eat. I’m only 32 but I’ve been a heavy drinker since I was 18.
I always knew that alcohol was bad for me and I would get really ill when I drank, but that never stopped me. I just ignored all the signs and cared more about having another drink. I also thought that when I stopped drinking I would miraculously feel so much better and be healthy. It was frustrating to still feel sick and made me think sometimes that quitting wasn’t worth it.
I have no plans to drink, but it’s still frustrating. I just have to thank god I’m sober now and not turn back. Oh, and take my meds.
Reason being is that I am a type one diabetic, I was diagnosed when I was 7 and so my pancreas transplant effectively cured me, that said I’m finding great difficulty looking back on my past, particularly my childhood without getting emotional.
There are things I’m grappling with emotionally even 7 years post transplant that I’m realizing may be borderline traumatic that honestly, I think only someone whose gone through it themselves may be able to understand.
I had to learn how to live with it, now that I don’t have to I don’t know what to do with those “lessons”, and more importantly how to put The more painful memories to rest.
Like the title says any anime movies where I don’t have to watch the series before the movie? Edit: Movies that deal with romance would be appreciated
Only works once cannot be re-inserted
Hello everyone. First of all my heart goes out to everyone affected by this horrible disease, and I pray advances continue to be made and everyone keeps on fighting 🙏🏻
My gran has been suffering abdominal pain, loss of appetite and weight loss for around 4-5 months. This pain has recently radiated to her back. She is an active 79, her dog just passed away but prior to this she was walking 2-3 miles a day with her. She has had some health issues, including high blood pressure, multiple bouts of pneumonia in 2013-2014 and an overactive thyroid, but aside from enjoying a social drink most weekends her and my grandpa are fairly healthy. They have never smoked.
The doctor she initially seen conducted multiple blood tests (I’m not sure if CA 19-9 was conducted, I’ve seen this referenced a lot on forums), checked for bowel cancer (all clear), and investigated further whether her blood thinning medication (Warfarin) was causing the stomach pain. After 2 months of testing, and a referral to the gastroenterologist scheduled for 6-7 weeks later, she decided to go private (we live in Scotland) to speed up the process as the health service is suffering serious delays due to covid.
First scan didn’t show anything up, she had another endoscopy where they thought they noticed a slight shadow on the pancreas. Thus, they did another endoscopy where they confirmed there was indeed a shadow on the body of the pancreas (nearer the tail I think), along with a small shadow on the liver. They gave her an appointment for a biopsy just 6 days later (she needed 5 days to come off her blood thinning medication) and we will receive the results, whether this is cancerous and what treatment might be available, 9 days from now.
We are a close family and everyone, including my grandpa, is heartbroken. We are a family of worriers and have all jumped to the worst conclusion - stage 4 pancreatic cancer spread to the liver but we are praying that this is not the case. I have been reading online and apparently benign liver lesions are common and present in up to 25% of adults. Does anyone know if benign liver lesions still show up as shadows? Also, the pain she’s been experiencing and weight loss could be caused by pancreatitis (still a serious condition but less deadly than PanCan), I’ve read this is more common in individuals with high blood pressure and overactive thyroid which she meets both criteria for. Does anyone know if pancreatitis would show up as a shadow on the pancreas and... keep reading on reddit ➡
So grateful. I’m so much pain! Sleep is tough, and all I want is a glass of water that I can’t have. Lol. Like, I’m literally dreaming of chugging ice water.
Hello, I'm currently looking to buy the "I want to eat your pancreas" manga, and "Il prezzo di una vita" manga (I sold my life for 10000 yen per year/3 days of happiness in Italian). Looking for ideally G4-G5 for both of these. I don't know if I'll be able to find anyone in the US with the Italian manga, but if you do have either of them, please comment the price and shipping cost please.
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Is there anyway to get rid of this disease???My girlfriend has been diagnosed with this for around 5-6 years now and currently she starting to show early signs of cancer such as urine in blood, fainting, and severe diarrhea.
Update: As of right now she came out of the hospital last nught after getting her stomach pumped. She got diagnosed with it 5 years ago and shes 21 right now. Her chronic pancreatitis has gotten worse over the years and she used to smoke heavily till 2020. She told me a few days ago that starting february of this year she takes insulin shots.
Can the ultrasound of the abdomen find any changes in the pancreas? I go for an ultrasound every year because of a polyp on my gallbladder, so I wonder if this is a good method as a screening test for the pancreas?
I watched the anime and fell in love with the genre, I got bored of the typical shonen. I loved the way the movie made me and was wondering if anyone had any good recommendations for it.
Well I had the courage to rewatch I Want To Eat Your Pancreas for the first time. I finished the latest AOT chapter last night and felt like I needed a good cry ever since. Well I was not prepared because man did I cry, I forgot how sad and how much I enjoy Sakura. I thought with it being my second time through and not only you know what happens but it tells you that I would be okay but nope it was worse and that crying didn’t help me because now I’m more upset. Good job me.
I spent 4 days in the hospital this past week with, what I thought, was a urinary tract infection. I had all the symptoms; nausea, vomiting, flank pain, fever, chills. However, they said the ultrasound indicated no infection in my kidneys and the urine and blood cultures weren't growing anything. So, after FOUR days in the hospital, they concluded they don't know what I had, but knew I did not have a UTI nor a kidney infection.
Has anyone experienced similar instances? I've post transplant 6 years and have been battling ongoing urinary tract infections ever since I got my transplant. And for the record, I had never had one prior (33/F). But I have been battling for months this, what feels like, the same virus. However, this is the second time in just over a year, I have been hospitalized with an infection that the doctors couldn't identify.
This is beyond frustrating because like you all, I'm sure, just want to know what would have me feel so awful that keeps me hospitalized for 4 days. I know no one can give me answers, I'm just curious if anyone else gets these random infections?
i want to cry, give me sad movies now plz
I'm not gonna lie, I'm trying my best not to cry as a lotta stuff in our house reminds me of him, but i hope he's in a better place now. Gonna miss him a lot tho