Pains caused from issues with the pancreas are typically located in the upper abdomen and sometimes radiate to the back, according to WebMD. Other painful symptoms include a swollen and tender abdomen, nausea, vomiting a... More »

Disorders such as acute, chronic and hereditary pancreatitis cause pancreatic or abdominal pain, according to the National Pancreas Foundation. Symptoms of pancreatitis include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and pain in the ... More »

The pancreas is located in the upper abdomen, which is where pancreatic pain is commonly felt, however it can also radiate from there to the back. Pancreatic pain is caused by the enlargement of the pancreas, which is ca... More »

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Chronic pancreatitis is long-term inflammation of the pancreas that creates constant pain in the upper abdomen, reports WebMD. The pain radiates to the back and may be immobilizing for some patients. Acute pancreatitis i... More »

Symptoms of pancreatic cysts include nausea and vomiting, a mass in the upper abdomen, and persistent abdominal pain that may travel to the back. Because many people with pancreatic cysts never experience symptoms, these... More »

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Pain due to inflammation of the pancreas often occurs in the upper abdomen and then radiates into the back, according to WebMD. This pain usually occurs with other symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, fever, a high heart ... More »

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Symptoms of pancreatic disease include severe pain in the upper abdomen, diarrhea, weight loss and jaundice, according to the National Pancreas Foundation. Other symptoms include bloating, fever, nausea and vomiting, abd... More »

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