It could be. But it also could be plenty of other, more common things that aren't cancer. Pain can be an indicator of just about anything, not only cancer. In fact, many cancers have plenty of other warning signs that aren't even painful. Pancreatic cancer usually affects your stool and urine. It may also give you jaundice, nausea, and vomiting. Do you have any of those symptoms? And don't look for them now that I've mentioned them! Did you have them BEFORE I asked?
And check this
out. Look at the incidence rate statistics for pancreatic cancer. Notice anything? Peak incidence occurs at ages 55+. What's more, if you're ANY age under 44, you have a combined 2.7% incidence rate. So, if we do that math, roughly 1,221 people each year under the age of 44 are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. How many people in the U.S. fit that description? Millions upon millions upon millions, right? Though 1,221 seems like a high number, it's really not. It's incredibly miniscule.
it be cancer? Sure. Statistically, though, is it likely
to be cancer? Not in the slightest. That said, are there tons of other things you could have instead of pancreatic cancer, things that have the same symptoms? Yep. Lots and lots and lots.