I was diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis 8 years ago. I had to spend one month in a hospital taking loads of medications. My symptoms were: constant nagging girdling pains (in my back, abdomen, left side), shooting pains in my left armpit (all the pains were just nagging and constant, not acute), oily stools (had to use meters of paper after no 2) with foul smell. I could not eat anything for a few days, I would just vomit, even tea would come out along with green bile.
They cured it then but I could not eat anything fried or fatty for a couple of years. Now everything is back to normal.
I have been clensing my liver for 2 years now and have no problems with digestion. I have done 13 sucessful flushes and totally forgot that I used to have problems with my pancreas.
I personally don't think you have pancreatitis, unless you have my symptoms. I think the pressure under right shoulder is related to liver or gallbladder, not to pancreas.
Try emenas. They may be of great help.
Perhaps some bigger stones have dislodged during the flush and another flush is needed. It is very hard to say.