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The sudden mild or severe inflammation of the pancreas is called acute pancreatitis. The leading causes of acute pancreatitis are gallstones and excessive alcohol intake. The other reasons are hereditary, viral infection, and condition like cystic fibrosis and some medicines can also increase the chances of acute pancreatitis. The main symptom is severe abdominal pain, that worsens on coughing, vigorous movement, and deep breathing. Sitting and leaning forward gives little relief. The complications of acute pancreatitis include low blood pressure, shock, damage to other organs, and infection of the pancreas. All types of pancreatitis need hospitalization.