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I am sorry to hear about your symptoms
1-You ever had pancreatitis?
2-Do you drink alcohol?smoking?
3-Have you beend diagnosed with any medical illness?
4-Any urinary or bowel problem?Fever?Anorexia?Weight loss?
5-The lesion in the pancreas is cystic?or solid?
Thanks for the detailed info
Sorry for delayed response,i was away.
Well there are two different things to deal with.
The presence of lesions in the pancreas associated with pain and marked degree of weight loss is not to be taken easy,and needs to be worked up
The lesions can be cystic in which case it can be followed up and if solid they are malignant untill proven otherwise,so i would have been your physician i would have investigated it further by some blood test like CA 19-9 which is often rasied in cancerous lesions ofthe pancreas.
If the lesions are cystic they can be followed up on regular basis by CT Scan, in case the size increases or the symptoms are worrisome,they need treatment.
The cystic isolated kidney lesions can be simply observed provided there is no urinary problem,no hypertension and kidney function is normal
The allegies have nothing to do with weight loss and pancreatic mass,routine anti allergic medications,pulmonary function evaluation,use of bronhodilator inhalers is all that works.
At the maximum you can pay a visit to allegy doctor for allegen testing and future treatment plan.,
Again i would stress the need of work up for weight loss and the pancreatic lesions,needed at the earlies t possible,
I hope the info helps
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