A bit late as I've been offline more than on the past few months.
I am a pancreatic cancer survivor, was diagnosed on 14 May 2015, surgery followed 19 days later, and I did have follow up chemo. My main symptom was acute, mostly painless jaundice, accompanied by dark urine, pale stools, fevers, weight loss, fatigue...
My diagnosis was a well defined Stage IB adenocarcinoma, which was confined to the tissue of the head of the pancreas. My primary doctor got me into the UMD med center in Baltimore.
I hope this reply finds you with a similar early diagnosis, which was followed by effective treatment as I had.
Hello and welcome to the forum! We're really sorry you have to ask this question as I'm sure it is very distressing. I see your CA19-9 is elevated above the normal range of 37 and under. Please speak to your doctor. While this is something to take seriously, please know that an elevated CA19-9 does not definitely mean cancer. I'm very sorry for a delayed response to your concern and am wondering if there is any follow up. We a member that is in remission that could be nice to talk to about this issue. I will send him a message. Please let us know any updates.