CC Antya 13.6

dekhi’ saba bhakta-gaṇa mahā-duḥkha pāya
sahite nāre jagadānanda, sṛjilā upāya
Word for word: 
dekhi’ — seeing; saba bhakta-gaṇa — all the devotees; mahā-duḥkha — great unhappiness; pāya — get; sahite — to tolerate; nāre — was unable; jagadānanda — Jagadānanda Paṇḍita; sṛjilā upāya — devised a means.
Translation: 
All the devotees felt very unhappy to see Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu in pain. Indeed, they could not tolerate it. Then Jagadānanda Paṇḍita devised a remedy.