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Phxsuns (@cfuller84)

Pancreastatin level at 1500

Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs) | Last Active: Sep 18 9:11pm | Replies (27)

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Hi @cfuller84

Yes, all of those scans do get frustrating! I've had more scans these past two months and it does get tiresome after a while.

I can only imagine how thrilled you must be in the lower pancreastatin numbers, I'm glad that your lifestyle changes have worked so well for you.

Do you have an appointment yet for the next scan with contrast?

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Yes I am so ready to be done with the scans. At least they said I will not have to get a new pet scan because my pancreastatin came down. Yes seeing my pancreastatin come down has really motivated me to continue with lifestyle changes to improve my health. They should be calling me soon to schedule the new ct scan I haven't heard anything yet. The contrast ct scans are my least favorite I the contrast always gives me palpitations and tachycardia for a while afterwards.

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