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i had an episode of acute pancreatitis about 4 years back. It was intense pain in the lower abdomen radiating to the back.my glucose level was also slightly high. sinnce then i have stopped drinking completely. thereafter i never had any problems whatsoever.my glucose also is normal.but thereafter my calcium level is always low. now i am taking calcium supplements 3 times a day. the absorption is very poor. i also have to take vitamin d. can i now start drinking occasionaly.
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replied July 19th, 2010
Only if you wish to risk further attacks of pancreatitis....


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