I think I have responded to one of your previous posts regarding pancreatitis. The pancreas is a horrible little organ! I never realized just how many problems it can cause until I developed severe acute pancreatitis when I was 34 weeks pregnant with my daughter due to high triglycerides. They had to take my daughter by emergency C-Section, and put me in ICU and gave me a 5-10% chance of making it through the night. My kidneys failed that night, I went in to respiratory distress, and my heart was pausing. It was a miracle that things changed for the better in the next few days. That attack left me with numerous psuedocysts. (the CT scan report said there were too many to count) The docs said they were just going to watch the psuedocysts, but then I began having more pain, and a lot of nausea/vomiting b/c the cysts were getting bigger. They drained the biggest cysts by visualizing them on ultrasound and sucking out the fluid with a needle. It wasn't as unpleasant as it sounds though. My cysts kept refilling, so they had to surgically remove them. I now have chronic pancreatitis b/c there was so much damage to my pancreas. I have to take digestive enzymes, since my pancreas is not producing any. It causes a lot of pain/nausea but with a good doc like mine, they keep it under control with medication. Hopefully you won't have as many problems as i have with the pancreas/psuedocysts, as I've been told a case as severe as mine was is pretty rare. I'll keep you in my thoughts! and keep us posted as to how you are doing!