1. Thomas J Fitzgerald Thomas J Fitzgerald United States says:

    One aspect of the surgery that lacks attention is the  possibility of Nesidioblastosis, which is when your pancreas over produces insulin causing spikes in sugar levels. The headaches are extreme, and I had 2/3 of  my pancreas removed in an effort to get some control. I must eat 6/7 small meals and monitor levels constantly.

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