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Helicobacter pylori treatment – how effectiv...

Have you ever wondered why your H pylori treatment might not have worked even though you followed it to the letter? This short video and article by Dave Hompes will give you some clues as to why H pylori may not have been eradicated in your case. H pylori treatment is a very controversial topic. A number of problems exist within the medical system because H pylori antibiotic resistance has been on the rise for some years...

H. pylori, Anemia and Low Energy Levels

H. pylori infection can cause reduced stomach acid levels (hypochlorrhydria). Without adequate stomach acid, minerals such as iron, magnesium and copper, and vitamins such as vitamin B12, may not be absorbed into your body effectively. If you do not remove H. pylori, your stomach acid levels may not recover, leading to chronic malnutrition. When your body is low in these nutrients, all manner of symptoms can develop,...

H Pylori Symptoms in the Upper Digestive System an...

In my experience, folk tend to get confused when told by doctors that common digestive symptoms are “normal”. It’s not normal to experience symptoms such as chronic heartburn, bloating, pain and gas. H pylori can cause all these symptoms, and if you are experiencing them in any way, and for any length of time, I highly recommend you get seek an H pylori test as soon as possible. H pylori infection is characterized in many...

H Pylori Symptoms in the Lower Digestive and Abdom...

It’s common knowledge that H pylori symptoms are frequently experienced in the upper part of the digestive system (heartburn, chest and stomach pain, burping, etc.). However the main medical websites don’t seem to acknowledge that H pylori infections can also cause significant symptoms in the lower part of the digestive system. The H pylori symptoms experienced in the lower part of the digestive system and abdomen include:...

H. Pylori & Heart Disease

Article One – Introduction Heart disease and cancer are among the leading causes of death in the developed world. Even when they don’t kill, these diseases can still cause an enormous amount of suffering. I’ve read well over one hundred studies linking H. pylori infection to heart disease and stroke but for some reason this information never makes it into the media. Instead, things like saturated fat and cholesterol...

A List of “Uncommon H. Pylori Symptoms”

Most medical websites provide a list of H pylori symptoms that refer only to the digestive system. Most doctors are aware that H pylori causes digestive symptoms such as: Heartburn Acid reflux Bloating Chest pain Nausea Vomiting However, there is a notable lack of acknowledgement in doctors’ clinics regarding H pylori symptoms outside the digestive system. The scientific literature clearly demonstrates associations between H...

Does H pylori influence gut damage in infected peo...

Do different H pylori strains – CagA, VacA and BabA – influence degree of gut damage in infected people? Most people don’t realize that there are many different strains of H pylori and that these strains affect people in different ways. Certain H pylori strains such as Cag-A are more strongly associated with the development of serious diseases. In fact, it is believed that the Cag-A strains may lead to cancer and heart...

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Iron Deficiency Anemia – One Mechanism by which H Pylori Infections Cause Fatigue, Lethargy, Depression, etc. It is now firmly established that H pylori infections cause iron deficiency in both adults and children. The 2012 Maastricht Consensus clearly states: “The association of H pylori with unexplained iron-deficiency anaemia has been conclusively proved in adult and paediatric populations. Two separate...
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