How soon after surgery can I begin taking therapeutic amounts of Pancreatic Enzymes?

“Therapeutic Dosage levels of enzymes immediately after surgery are not currently recommended for the first two months after your surgery.

Since therapeutic levels call for pancreatic enzymes in very large quantities (as much as 54 grams) the pancreatic enzymes could go after fibrin that is still needed in the repair process.

A moderate quantity of pancreatic enzymes can be fine after a month or so.

For most surgeries after two months you can begin to increase the dosage gradually following the guidelines for drug interaction and therapeutic enzyme consumption.

As always, work with your medical professional when adjusting your drug levels.”

Follow-up Questions on timing and speed

- Dale Maxwell, Enzyme Specialist

Also read this article:

Change Happens When You Begin to Take Pancreatic Enzymes

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