Dear lybrate-user, you have high blood sugar because of deficiency of a hormone called insulin which is affected because of pancreatitis. Your sugars can be controlled easily by using certain medications. It would be good if you meet me at my hospital so that I can help you.
Abdominal lymph nodes can be a sign f Koch's * The duration of drugs to be taken is 9 months usually * The fever will take a week or two to reduce once the treatment is started *Serum ADA activity with high specificity percentage may be a useful alternative test in restricted resource areas to rule out diagnosis of PTB. However, serum ADA activity is not a useful tool for TB diagnosis.
* The active bacilli may be hiding in deeper tissues and the diagnosis with the findings you said is Koch's and need to be treated completely.