Another sign of acute pancreatitis is having indigestion. Indigestion is a regular occurrence in our digestive system. Most of the time, it only means a change in our dietary choices and inadequate consumption of water or liquid. Indigestion is commonly neglected as it goes away on its own or can be alleviated easily by drinking laxatives. However, in some cases, it is a hint that something is wrong in the body.
Patients with acute pancreatitis often encounter difficulty in having a normal bowel movement as a symptom. If it is not eased even after increasing your liquid and fiber intake, consider consulting your doctor for medical examinations to check the underlying cause.