Pancreas: odor from the mouth and dryness, aftertaste, bitterness, sour at pancreatitis

August 12, 2017 15:30 | Pancreatitis

When filling a patient's medical history with a diagnosis of chronic or acute pancreatitis, the doctor, describing the clinical picture, often notes such common symptoms as dryness, bitterness, and bad breath.Why do these symptoms occur when inflammation of the pancreas is dealt with in more detail.

Causes of dryness and bitterness in the mouth with pancreatitis

Pancreas: odor from the mouth Dry mouth or xerostomia, as a rule, manifests when the production of saliva is stopped or decreased.This symptom can manifest itself both in the pathology of salivary glands, and in other serious organic diseases, which include chronic biliary pancreatitis.The inflammatory process in the pancreas is often caused by cholecystitis or cholelithiasis( SCI), when bile is injected into the organ as a result of the disturbed outflow, irritating its tissues.In this case, to the symptom of dryness, bitterness and a yellow coating on the tongue are added.

Often the bitterness and dryness felt in the mouth become the first herald of the disease of the g

allbladder and its ducts, as well as the accompanying chronic pancreatitis.

  

Inflammation of the pancreas is accompanied by a violation of digestion due to a failure in the exocrine function of the body and insufficiency of food enzymes.Patients with pancreatitis often suffer from diarrhea, which leads to dehydration of the body and a feeling of dryness and bitterness in the mouth.

When chronic pancreatitis is inflamed and therefore swollen pancreas does not produce enough insulin in the blood, the glucose level in the bloodstream increases, exceeding the permissible norm, which causes thirst and drying in the mouth.

  

Smell from the mouth with inflammation of the pancreas

Stale breath or a symptom of an unpleasant, foreign, often fetid odor from the mouth in medicine is commonly called the term halitosis.The causes of this phenomenon are of two types:

  • physiological( morning smell from the oral cavity to brushing teeth or breathing after eating garlic or onions);
  • is a pathological halitosis caused by a disease of the internal organs.This syndrome is observed in a quarter of the world's population.Neither chewing gum nor refreshing sprays are able to cope with this problem, which significantly reduces the level of the patient's full life.

In chronic inflammation of the pancreas, a persistent smell of bitterness or a sweetish odor of acetone can be observed in the patient's breath indicating a gallbladder disease or an increased concentration of glucose in the bloodstream.

Taste in the mouth with pancreatitis

Taste in the mouth with pancreatitis The taste in the mouth of a sweetish character appears when the carbohydrate balance is broken in the body and the production of insulin processing glucose is inhibited in parallel.The lack of this hormone involves the accumulation of sugar in the human lymphatic fluid, thereby penetrating the oral cavity and this is possible with pancreatitis.In the pancreas during this period there is an increased vulnerability and its endocrine part, consisting of pancreatic islets, inflames.The taste in the mouth can be sweet and sour-in this case, the movement of enzymes responsible for the splitting of the food consumed is disturbed in the diseased organ.

  

Disruption of the pancreas, and with it the intestinal microflora, causes the patient some discomfort, namely, sour in the mouth, heartburn, nausea, heaviness in the abdomen.When the acid content of the stomach enters the digestive tract, the pancreas changes, and the wrong food diet of the person is a harbinger.The chances for a complete recovery are for everyone, if in the disease at the initial stage a person turned for help to a gastroenterologist.For prevention purposes, you need to correct your menu by consulting with a certified dietitian.