H.Pylori Stomach Bacteria

H. Pylori Goes Untreated for Years

What Happens if H. Pylori Goes Untreated for Years?

Heliobacter Pylori (H.Pylori) infections are not uncommon, but they can become severe if left untreated. H. Pylori bacteria infect the stomach lining causing more issues the longer it’s allowed to flourish. In the beginning, it’s hard to detect, and over half of all people in the world may have an H. Pylori infection. While early …

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H. Pylori and Smoking

H. Pylori and Smoking and Coffee and Alcohol

Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) bacteria infect the stomach lining and can lead to peptic and duodenal ulcers. These can be incredibly painful and lead to more severe issues if exacerbated and left untreated. While there are many different causes of H. Pylori, recent studies have indicated a link between smoking, coffee, and alcohol, and H. …

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How do you contract H. Pylori

How do you contract H. Pylori?

Did you know that Helicobacter pylori, also known as H. pylori bacteria are present in nearly 50% to 75% of the world’s population? Interestingly, only 20% of those infected have symptoms that include stomach pain, vomiting, and inexplicable weight loss among others. The thought of micro-organisms invading your stomach without even having you suspect their …

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Foods NOT To Eat When You Have H. Pylori Bacteria

If you have been suffering from stomach problems for a long time, perhaps it’s time to take a test for Helicobacter pylori(H. pylori) infection. H. pylori is a bacteria, and medical researches reveals that almost two-thirds of the world’s population host this microorganism in their stomachs. One interesting fact is most people cannot feel its …

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H. Pylori and Weight Loss – How to Find Relief

H. Pylori is the bacteria that leads to the development of peptic ulcers, ulcers in the stomach and digestive system that cause significant abdominal pain. It’s one of the most common gastrointestinal conditions, affecting up to 10 percent of adults within their lifetimes. The link between H. Pylori and weight loss is simple but serious. …

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How Do You Know if You Have H. Pylori Infection

How Do You Know if You Have H. Pylori Infection?

H. Pylori bacteria commonly infects the stomach and other parts of the gastrointestinal tract. This bacteria is the cause of peptic ulcers in the stomach and small intestine, a condition once believed to be caused solely by stress and certain foods. With the discovery of this bacteria and its link to ulcers in 1982, significant …

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