I read a review paper in 2013 from the European Journal of Dermatology showing how H pylori causes skin problems like hives (urticaria), rosacea, prurigo and others.
It can cause these symptoms without causing digestive symptoms so if you have skin symptoms it could be H pylori.
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My own skin problems were caused by Candida rather than H pylori, and skin can be affected by food sensitivity, parasites and other factors.
I see irritating and embarrassing skin problems clear up all the time when my clients fix their gut.
It’s not always easy to pinpoint precisely why skin symptoms are happening, which is why I recommend a comprehensive stool test to save time.
It’s the #1 tool I have for helping people and you can learn more about it here.
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