I started having lower back pain in 2014 and visited my chiropractor frequently without any relief. In April 2015, I started having symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, which I had in my late 20s. I went to my primary care physician on April 29, 2015 and told him of my back pain and the IBS symptoms. He ordered an MRI of my back and an ultrasound of my intestines. I did the ultrasound that day and 10 minutes after leaving the imaging office I received a phone call from my primary care doctor telling me I had a tumor on my pancreas. So, the MRI of my back was put on hold and an MRI on my pancreas was done within two days.