Sorry for all your problems. My case started in 2003, I was 32 when they took my gallbladder out, only to find out it was healthy and it was my pancreas. They measured a 4cm by 4cm tumor and sent me to the University of Michigan hospital to see a specialist, who told me I had about 3 months to live. I had one ERCP and a surgery date was set for a Whipple procedure, to hopefully extend my life to a year. Longest summer of my life, had to wait 4 weeks for surgery, my kids were 3 and 5. I have a calcified pancreas, so have been a type 1 diabetic since. There was a biopsy done as he was in my abdomen anyways, and it came back chronic pancreatitis. I’ve had 2 serious episodes that landed me in the hospital with pain for a week, but that’s it for the last 13 years. I read people’s stories about all the procedures and specific things, such as your duct being deformed. I wonder why I never had anything else done. I have a daughter who had a bone marrow transplant at the age of 6 in 2007 and a husband who had a horrible fall at work in 2011 and now has a seizure disorder. Just had a pocket of infection in his brain, so brain surgery Feb 2016 and 8 weeks IV antibiotics at home. I honestly don’t have the time to be sick, so I fight through every single thing that I feel is off. My diabetes is not under control, my HBa1C was 9.9 this last time, which has the dr very worried. Sorry I am rambling, I run a daycare and don’t talk to adults much, haha.