The Incidence Of Acute Pancreatitis With Hiv
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineOften alcohol in moderation (3 glasses of wine/week would be moderate use) is tolerated for many persons with a history of pancreatitis. If the pancreatitis was very severe and you are taking other meds which can increase the risk for pancreatitis... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeThere are many causes of pancreatitis, some associated with HIV disease and some not. These include alcohol use, gallstones, infections (e.g. CMV or MAC), metabolic abnormalities (e.g. high triglycerides) and medications (notably pentamidine, ddI... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesBefore I say anything about your question, please remember that any symptoms that you experience that cause you concern should be checked out with your doctor. At least 80% of people recently infected with HIV will experience symptoms related to... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicinePancreatitis is an infection or, more commonly, an inflammation of the pancreas, which is a digestive organ. The pancreas is responsible for breaking down carbohydrates and is also the body's source of insulin, which is essential for sugar and... Read more »
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