Which imaging modality has given you the diagnosis? Is it Ultrasound, CT or ERCP? Does it say chronic pancreatitis?
What are your symptoms?
Since when do you have them?
Are you a smoker or take alcohol regularly?
Were you diagnosed by any gall bladder or liver problem?
What are the medications you are taking?
I can understand the problems you are facing and the difficult situation you are in. With so many specialist you had consulted, I don't know, if I can tell you new thing but, I hope these may be helpful to you.
1) antioxidants may help you in pancreatic healing.
2) consideration of CT-guided and EUS-guided celiac axis block to relieve the discomfort and pain.
3) reduced fat intake is often recommended if it causes diarrhea
4) Surgical treatment may be opted in the form of Pancreatic duct drainage by a dilated pancreatic duct, a Roux-en-Y side-to-side pancreaticojejunostomy, or pancreatic resection. If the disease is limited to the head of the pancreas, a Whipple operation (pancreaticoduodenectomy) can produce good results. Alternatively a total pancreatectomy and islet autotransplantation may also be considered by your treating physicians.
I hope this helps you. Your follow up questions are welcome.