Pancreatic Cancer UK explains: “Pancreatic cancer can sometimes cause fluid to build up in the tummy area (abdomen). This is called ascites, and it can cause pain and discomfort.
“You may have swelling in your tummy and you may feel full quickly when you eat.
“You might find it harder to move around and may get breathless, even when you are lying down.
“You may find it difficult to get comfortable when lying down, and find it uncomfortable to lie on your side. If you have any of these symptoms, tell your doctor or nurse.”
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