1 In the past 7 days, did you have stomach pains?
2 In the past 7 days, did you feel bloated (your stomach feeling tight and full)?
3 In the past 7 days, did your stomach make noises?
4 In the past 7 days, did you pass gas?
5 In the past 7 days, when you passed gas did it smell very bad?
6 In the past 7 days, did you feel sick (but didn’t actually vomit/throw up)?
7 In the past 7 days, did you have a lack of appetite?
8 In the past 7 days, did you have diarrhoea (watery poo)?
9 In the past 7 days, did you feel the need to rush to the toilet to have a bowel movement (have a poo)?
10 In the past 7 days, did your poo look lighter or orange in colour?
11 In the past 7 days, when you had a poo did it smell very bad?
12 In the past 7 days, did you see or have fat or oil in your poo or on the toilet paper?
13 In the past 7 days, did you feel you needed to be close to a toilet because of your enzyme problem?
14 In the past 7 days, did you avoid fatty foods?
15 In the past 7 days, did your enzyme problems affect your ability to concentrate?
16 In the past 7 days, did you feel embarrassed going to the toilet because of your enzyme problems?
17 In the past 7 days, did you feel worried, anxious or stressed because of your enzyme problems?
18 In the past 7 days, did your enzyme problems affect your social activities?
Have you been diagnosed with PEI before?
To protect the integrity of the instrument, the PEI-Q including the user manual, scoring algorithm and any versions or translations of the above, and all associated intellectual property rights, are owned by Abbott. PEI-Q questionnaire was developed and validated by group of scientific authors as a patient-reported outcome instrument. Related publications: 1. Qualitative Assessment of the Symptoms and Impact of Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (PEI) to Inform the Development of a Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) Instrument. The patient. Mar 22 2017;10(5):615-628. 2. Johnson at al. Psychometric evaluation of a patient-reported outcome measure in pancreatic exocrine insufficiency (PEI). Pancreatology. 2019; 19: 182-190.