The prognosis for pancreatitis depends on many different factors, such as the underlying condition causing pancreatitis, the severity of the pancreatitis, and the patient's age and underlying medical problems. Patients with pancreatitis can experience everything from a brief self-limited illness with a full recovery to severe course of illness that can lead to life-threatening complications and death. If an individual has repeated episodes of acute pancreatitis, they may develop chronic pancreatitis, a lifelong condition that can lead to a decreased quality of life.
i love having the IUD besides the cramping. i don’t have to constantly worry about getting pregnant and it’s kept the passion in my relationship because we don’t feel like we have to tiptoe around the pregnancy issue because it’s not there. i just don’t want to get it taken out and then have my symptoms persist and then have done it for nothing. do you have any other suggestions for me? i mean really, shouldn’t the doctor know whether my body is accepting it or not? it hasn’t slipped or moved at all, the strings are right where they should be.
The simple act of talking face-to-face with another human can trigger hormones that relieve stress when you're feeling agitated or insecure. Even just a brief exchange of kind words or a friendly look from another human being can help calm and soothe your nervous system. So spend time with people who make you feel good and don’t let your responsibilities keep you from having a social life. If you don’t have any close relationships, or your relationships are the source of your stress, make it a priority to build stronger and more satisfying connections. Read: Making Good Friends