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Do H pylori symptoms come and go with food, sleep or hormones?...

Why do H pylori symptoms come and go? I think this is a very important question and one that is worthy of some time and thought. First, having had H pylori twice myself, and having worked with several thousand people who also had H pylori, there’s no doubt in my mind that H pylori symptoms can definitely come and go. H pylori symptoms like heartburn, acid reflux, belching and bloating can fluctuate during the course of the day and also during the course of, say, a week or even a month. There are several reasons why H pylori symptoms...

H Pylori Diseases – the “Dark Side” of Helicobacter pylori...

H Pylori Diseases – The Dark Side of H Pylori Erm, this article isn’t really full of the joys of spring. It’s concerned with some of the nastier H pylori diseases like ulcers, stomach cancer and heart disease that often aren’t explained properly (you certainly won’t see this information on regular medical websites). The info isn’t meant to frighten you, and it’s certainly NOT designed to try and coerce you into buying something from me out of fear (I HATE that stuff). So please don’t shoot the messenger. BUT, when you learn this information you realise how important it...

H Pylori & Stomach Ulcers

One of the things that makes me especially unhappy is when doctors send patients home telling them that H pylori is harmless and that everyone has it. This does happen, and I have the emails saved in my folders to prove it. Of all the symptoms or ‘diseases’ in which Helicobacter pylori infection plays a role, ulcers are probably the best known. If you’ve had an ulcer, you’ll know that it can be a pretty unpleasant experience. In fact, H pylori gained notoriety almost purely from the fact that it is the single most important contributing factor in the...