H.pylori Helicobacter Pylori
Stomach complaints are the most common in Pakistan. One of which is presence of H. Pylori bacteria in stomach. It can cause chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer disease and stomach cancer.
Over 90 per cent of duodenal ulcers and 70 per cent of epigastric ulcers are the result of Helicobacter pylori infection.
Symptoms may include:
• abdominal discomfort and pain
• burning and upper abdominal pain, heartburn, acidity
• vomiting that may include vomiting blood,
• passing dark stools,
• low red blood cell count (anemia),
• poor appetite
• excessive burp, loud eructation
• peptic ulcers
• weight loss
Homeopathic treatment for H.pylori
The aim of homeopathy is reversing the symptoms including acidity, eructation, problem in digestions and other by prescribing medicine after taking whole case. Good results are found under homeopathic treatment against this infection. In many cases patient completely recovers quickly and symptoms do not recur or manifest after long time but of lower intensity. In chronic patients with no severe symptoms homeopathic medicines provides better result.
For acidity you don’t need to take medicines daily. This treatment reduces your dependence on antacids. Conventionally antacids, painkillers, and antibiotics are prescribed to the patient.
If progression of the infection manifest symptoms likes bloody vomiting and black stool then patient needs hospitalization.
What does H.pylori do in your body? How does H.pylori cause harm my body?
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) live in your digestive tract. After passing years infection becomes chronic, damages the inner lining of your stomach. Acid produced in the stomach in order to digest food pass into damaged lining which cause formation of sore and ulcers in stomach or upper part of small intestine. There may be bleeding and chance of stomach cancer increases.
How does H.pylori spread? Is H.pylori contagious infection?
H.pylori is contagious and can spread from person to person through contact with the saliva and other body fluids of infected person. Fecal contamination (in food or water) and poor hygiene spread the infection.