can i plz just return this one for a new, functioning one?
Ramble incoming. I've been thinking that pancreatitis will surely happen to me at some point at this rate, probably before I turn 40. Well, I was correct about that, I'm only 30. I was in the hospital for five days and the first few were the worst pain I have ever been in. 0/10, would not recommend. I got discharged on Monday with some pain killers and stomach meds and a stern talking to about never touching alcohol again. Fair point, I guess. I am not an idiot (well, I kinda am, if I wasn't, I wouldn't have been drinking this much). I want to, but I won't. I've just been drinking a lot of watered down juice like they instructed to get fluids in. Like a good boy.
But I am absolutely miserable. Nevermind the slight amount of pain I still have, I can deal with it. At least I can now sit and not just lie down curled in a ball. Nothing is fun. I'm a loner and 90% of my drinking was done at home playing games, watching movies or streams, whatever. I associate all of those fun things wi... keep reading on reddit ➡
Thanks, but no thanks.
First day for a new employee at my work and she felt obligated to tell me that the MLM supplement that she's pushing could help with my "autoimmune deficiency." Nope, sorry, try again. I have immune deficiency (selective IgA antibody deficiency) and autoimmune disease (type 1 diabetes), both of which are caused by B cell and/or T cell defects that are probably in my DNA, and which also cause a host of other issues. Sure, there may be people who have had symptom relief from their autoimmune disease with this non-FDA approved supplement, but the placebo effect is a thing. Also, I've lived with this for 25+ years now. If lifestyle changes could fix it, I would be the healthiest person ever.
And yes, it does hurt to try if it costs $100+ a month for these supplements. That's $1200/yr that doesn't count for my deductible or premiums, doesn't pay my bills, and doesn't make me healthier.
I've also known you for a grand total of 4 hours, but you feel like you can comm... keep reading on reddit ➡
My pancreas passed in the night a few days ago, I’m heartbroken. Can I get some F’s in the chat.
Yesterday I have finally decided to give this anime a try and let me tell ya, I have never cried because of an anime before. It is a really sad story about a lonely guy and a terminally ill girl. Watch it even if you don't like romance.
Quarantine was hard, I almost died from pneumonia in Dec/Jan. Lost my job stayed inside, did the things. Drank more and more. Just drinking white claw and occasionally tequila. Got my first stomach pain that kept me from eating, figured it was gastritis, cut back on the sauce. Things go back to normal, slowly ramp up again. Repeat. Job opened back up, bartending again making money. Treating myself to booze. Sunday I get another real nasty bout of stomach pain think my appendix is gonna burst. Go to the ER in a Uber cuz my gf got drunk and couldn't drive. Anyways, get the scan, pancreatitis pseudo cyst on pancreas slightly fatty liver. One doctor wants me in treatment and tells me I'm gonna die. Anyways I'm in here doing what they say, haven't eaten since Saturday, constant turbo iv drip. Only allowing water with pills and some ice chips. Hoping for clear liquid diet this morning. Idk wish me luck you animals my mom is thing through the same thing, never felt closer.
I didn’t bolus for pizza today cause I was just low and felt like I shouldn’t. I checked my sugars and they only raised .4 and I ate 4 small slices of a pizza. Odd? Or has this happened to anyone before.
The title of this movie caught my eye and I decided to watch it and holy f*ck, I haven't cried this much since Clannad Afterstory. Why is this movie so underrated? Literally everything about it is perfect, the characters, the animation, the osts, definitely one of the best anime movies I have ever seen. The only downside is the depression that sets in after watching it lol.
Hope you guys check it out :)
Well the title says it all. My friend was a type 1 diabetic. In his early/mid 30s his kidneys completely failed. He was given a second chance at life away from dialysis and insulin pumps and pokes. He will be discharged soon. Obviously due to covid and his compromised immune system I won’t be able to visit in person. I did want to decorate the SHIT out of his yard/porch/front door etc. Do any of you have any funny transplant memes/jokes/sayings etc that would look good on a banner? I’m looking for decorative inspiration. We are also stocking the fridge with groceries (diet friendly)and picked up some comfy PJs. Any other suggestions of things that might be of use for us to get him? He and his wife both have a VERY dark sense of humor so it doesn’t have to be Hallmark Card approved. Thanks in advance. I love following this community.
Hey there! I was wondering if it is worth buying the manga or the novel of "I want to eat your pancreas". What is the best option? Or should I just watch the movie?
If you want to introduce the movie to me, I am in the comments(what ever).i love emotional drama like your lie in april.is 'i want to eat your pancreas' similar to 'your lie in april'?
Hello everybody. Diagnosed a month ago. Kinda wondering why don’t more people try to get a pancreas transplant and if anyone has stories of having a successful transplant. Just wondering
I’m Ed Damiano, and for nearly 20 years I’ve been developing bionic pancreas technology to automate blood-sugar control.
When my infant son, David, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, my wife and I learned quickly how hard it was to get insulin dosing right in managing his blood-sugar levels, especially in such a small child. I began to imagine a wearable bionic pancreas that would automatically manage his blood-sugar levels without our intervention or his, when he grew up and became responsible for his own care.
Inspired by David’s diagnosis, I began developing, testing, and refining bionic pancreas technology. My students, postdocs, and I began conducting experiments at Boston University testing an early version of the device running on a laptop computer in 2005. Together with our clinical collaborators at the Massachusetts General Hospital, we progressed to in-patient trials in adults and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in 2008. Between 2013 and 2018, my team at BU and our cl... keep reading on reddit ➡
I feel like something new is wrong with me every day. Yesterday I woke up with a splotch of a rash on my neck. Not raised, just a little itchy, I forget it’s there until I look in the mirror. Today I wake up and have diarrhea all day that has now turned kind of a yellow color. So of course I google it and it says pancreatic cancer. And now I feel a pain in the middle of my back (also a symptom) and I can’t sleep because I’m so scared. I hate this. I hate being afraid of my own body.
I really like to be sad I like animes that'll make me cry lol heard a lot about I just want a bit of insight before I watch it found the title weird lol
TW is for some numbers talk but mostly this is a pancreas PSA
So I was alternating between fasting periods and healthy whole foods feeding days, and this past full moon I decided to celebrate with a planned sweets binge because about once per season I lose my mind for no reason, so I had about 7000 calories total worth of whole milk and pastries (fritters, danishes, etc), so a shit ton of sugar and fat.
I figured I might gain like 1.5 pounds of actual fat at most but I'd recently lost nearly 10 lbs through fasting and only fruits/vegetables on feeding days, and I could just go back to that after my full moon YOLO feast, so seemed like a great deal.
So that was this past Friday the 5th, and by Saturday afternoon I had nausea that wouldn't go away and I couldn't digest anything, I tried having canned mushrooms and less than 6 hours later they just fell out of me not at all digested. I tried to eat other healthy foods despite the nausea because I felt like I was having a hypoglycemia... keep reading on reddit ➡
And just wow I'll admit I cry easily but it hit me like a ton of bricks I didn't wanna believe it at first tbh I wasn't prepared for it I'll leave it at that if you haven't watched it but I feel like most people already have I really recommend you do I need more movies or animes like this
It's like your name and it's absolutely beautiful, and no it's not about canabilism 😂
I've watched A Silent Voice and Your Name and heard that it was similar
should I watch it?
Hey y'all. Anybody here had pancreatitis? I'm 99% sure I do. My ride side is swollen and painful. I've never been so sick. I'm drinking about half what I normally do but it's getting worse. Any information about this would be helpful. This is the first time as a CA I feel like death is knocking at my door.
I just finished watching this movie and honestly I feel like it's underrated. In my opinion it deserves to stand among the greats like a silent voice and your name. This movie also touched me pretty deeply. Life's damn short and it may be taken away at any second so just fucking enjoy it😉. What do you guys think ? Agree with my opinion ? Disagree with it ?
Before u reply I've the Main shows like YLIA A silent Voice Anohana etc but other then those I'm very new to the Romance genre being the Shounen trash that i am
I’ve had 2 bouts of pancreatitis in the last 6 months. Both led me to the ER and 1 hospital stay. Had dye contrast MRI. No visible damage. I’m otherwise healthy. He said “Well, you may just need to remove it.” Is this a normal thing for a doc to suggest? I just don’t know what’s normal to suggest.
I rarely ever cry in anime, the only exception ever is Anohana where I genuinely almost shed a tear. Other than that I watched few other anime that people say made them cry like Your Lie in April and Violet Evergarden, which I truly enjoyed, but never thought to be very sad. But today, I just watched the Pancreas anime, pondered for few hours, and when later I looked for the OST in YouTube of the firework scene, I literally stopped playing because I felt very sad. I have no one to talk to irl, so I just want to let it out here that this anime made me sad and I love it.
3 weeks ago my mom went to the hospital to make a scan because they thought she had gallstones. Instead, they found liver metastasis. Today we had the official diagnosis that it’s pancreas cancer. I am so scared and sad, I can’t imagine that she might die this year. I can’t imagine a new years eve or christmas without her, my mom is my best friend. I’m 28, she’s 58. Sorry, I feel like screaming out loud in public and posting this on reddit feels the same I think. I hope she can still live long. Anyone here who have experience with pancreas cancer?
I loved the anime movie, and I heard that the book is even better, so I decided to purchase and finally read it! This edition looks amazing: it's hard cover with dust jacket!
I really liked that movie and Im looking for similar one
I saw the phrase pop up near the bottom of those stupid iceberg charts and I wanted to know more about the topic, since the bottom stuff is always the most interesting or most absurd.
I just got discharged a few days ago and was told everything looks decent their end but there has been a slight bug that’s been giving me diarrhea(that has since been under control). I’m hoping for advices to prepare me for what’s to come, what should I expect, etc. thank you.
I Better Get A Decent Score
Insulin-Beta, Glucagon-Alpha, Delta-Somatostatin
Just a quick question, in case anybody can answer.
I have relatively mild CKD (stage 3A). Doctors say it's consistent with ATN, but also that it might be caused by a drug (so potentially glomerulonephritis?)
I also have mild chronic pancreatitis it seems.
I'm just wondering if these two things could be caused by the same issue, or one cause the other. There are plenty of things online about kidney damage caused by pancreatitis, but I couldn't find what sort of damage.
Hope you all are staying safe!
According to a diabetes expert from the University of Geneva, Dr Ekaterine Berishvili, pancreas transplants are the closest thing to a cure for diabetes, with an 80% success rate. Unfortunately, transplants cannot be offered to everyone due to the costs and availability of the organ from donors.
The VANGUARD project have created a lab-grown pancreas made using stem cells extracted from placentas. Using one placenta the researchers can get material for 25 artificial pancreases.
Would it be helpful during the Complete AB scan of a cirrhotic liver, to also have the pt waterload their stomach to get a better sonic window for the Pancreas? There was already a lot of ascites present around the liver. Would it have helped to perform this during the study or would it have been pointless? The pancreatic tail was poorly visualized, that is why I ask.
...It's in here SOMEWHERE...
rec Does the novel have any ecchi scenes? And if it does, what would be a good romance novel to read with my grandmother? She is a sweet lady who takes interest in my interests and I want to find a good LN we could connect over, and my first thought was I want to eat your pancreas, thank you for any responses.
SO IM WATCHING THE MOVIE " I want to eat your pancreas" (dont ask) RN AND IM 100% SURE THE GIRL IS ENFP AND THE GUY INTJ
its so cute im fangirling lol
Hello - I’m curious if anyone has any experience with these issues. Any info/insight is appreciated. Thank you!!
I don’t want to do all that maths for eating carbs either.
My dad's biopsy came back yesterday and they found a polyps on his pancreas. The doctors say that they need to remove it. We're all really freaking out and have no idea what the risks are, what the hell is a polyp and, are the risks of removing it dangerous?? Anyone else have experience with this?
I'm looking for anime or anime movies that give off the same sad yet wholesome tones of these anime. Preferably romance. Things like bunny girl senpai would also work.
I did the egfr calculator and it said 117. Why do I worry so much.
Should I read the light novel or watch the anime? I am kinda confused.
I know that “Weird Al” did a song with Brian Wilson, and he did “Pancreas”, but did he do any other reference songs or did he include any of them in his Polkas? Thank you.
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas. This is a devastating short story. You WILL choke up AT LEAST, if not downright cry. I held back tears myself. NU reviews sings praises of the story. If only she could really heal from eating a pancreas. T_T
A young lady suffers from cancer and the prologue already tells us the end. However, the journey makes the story 100% worth it. 1 long volume: prologue, 10 chapters and epilogue.
Have you read this novel before? Did you drop it at some point? Did you complete it? What did/do you think about it?
Welcome to The Nostalgia Series! I've been planning this since August last year as a way to inject a little bit of discussion around here while at the same time going on a trip through memory lane. Sadly my self-excuse was having too little time and have been putting this off for months now. But on April 18... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just wanted to know if y’all have some funny replies to people making hands down stupid comments about type one?