Sorry for the late reply, but I just joined. I wanted to let you know that I too have felt like I may have pancreatic cancer, but I have a good reason for that. My grandpa and great uncle both died of it. Both of my parents are diabetic also. I always tell the doctors about my family history, so they have done extensive testing to reveal all is well. I have many GI issues like gastric dumping syndrome (from losing the gallbladder), LPR (silent reflux), and reactive hypoglycemia (thanks to the dumping syndrome. I don't have low blood sugar, I just feel like I do). I am dizzy 24/7, so I was certain I had some cancer. Why else would the endless doctor visits and thousands in tests not reveal nothing?
Not only is pancreatic cancer rare, if you don't have a family history, you are at a way less risk. My grandpa complained of a stomach ache that happened all day every day. He then turned jaundice. The pain is usually on the right side. The pancreas is behind the stomach, and the pain usually drifts to the right. It is a throbbing sensation, and scans and tests will find the cancer.
I hope since March you are feeling better. I know how you feel.