Let me guess amylase and lipase? If so this can be common in patients with UC. It can correspond with the amount of inflammation going on in the bowel, its just common with the disease. Pancreatitis can cause this but most likely its not, your doc will check it out. I went through all this so this is from personal expierence. My lipase and amylase where 3x the max amount, my doctors never even mentioned it to me...i found out myself by looking at my blood tests and doing some research. It wasnt pancreatitis cause that was years ago. The levels can rise with the disease, and they will go back down.
26y old male medically disharged USAF veteran.Diagnosed with UC (lower proctitis) in 2004.
Current daily treatment: Probiotics & supplements:
50 Billion CFU's acidopholis&Bifidobacterium daily
2400mg oral asacol Digestive enzymes
15mg prednisone tapering 5grams of glutamine
75mg azathioprine folic acid & calcuim with V-D
20mg Nexum Whey protien
Diet:Little/no sugars, fats, carbs, caffine,sugars,yeast. Stay natural as possible.
Results:1 Bowel movement in the morning no blood! Remission since 08Sept08