Need to know more about Helicobacter pylori?
We expose the all-important facts they aren’t telling you…
Whether you have just been diagnosed with helicobacter pylori, or you have tested positive for helicobacter pylori after a failed treatment, you definitely need to know more about this bacteria. This is a crucial key to regaining your good health safely
Here’s what we’re going to cover on this page:
- The more general facts about Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori)
- How do you catch it?
- The all-important facts that you don’t get told about – it’s easy to work out why!
- How to make sure that your treatment will be both safe – and effective!
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What exactly is Helicobacter pylori (or H. pylori)?
Helicobacter pylori is a bacterium that multiplies and colonizes within your digestive system. Its clever design enables it to survive in, and at the same time reduce the levels of hydrochloric acid – the acid your stomach produces to break down the food you eat.
H. pylori can survive in gastric acids due to its ability to produce an enzyme called urease. Urease can neutralize stomach acid, making it easy for the bacteria to survive in its own acid-free zone. The H. pylori bacterium then starts burrowing into the less acidic mucosal layer that lines the stomach and protects it from its acidic habitat.
Basically, this process leads to the formation of stomach ulcers.
The effects of H. pylori can differ from person to person…
It is important to note that Helicobacter pylori may not affect your health until it reaches an infection level. Very few people reach a level of infection without experiencing any symptoms. The effects of an H. pylori infection at any given level can also differ from person to person.
It is safe to conclude that if you have been diagnosed with stomach ulcers, then you will almost certainly be infected with H. pylori. To make sure of this, please ensure you get a proper diagnosis – for more information on this please click here.
The risk of stomach ulcers developing increases as the level of Helicobacter pylori infection increases!
Helicobacter pylori affects billions of people – you are not alone!
Research shows that Helicobacter pylori bacteria are present in 75% of the world’s population – this means 3 in every 4 people are infected.
The likelihood of you being infected is greater if you are experiencing any symptoms of Helicobacter pylori, or stomach ulcer symptoms.
Helicobacter pylori may seem like a difficult condition to overcome, especially if a treatment has failed you already. However, we want to assure you that this does not have to be the case.
What causes Helicobacter pylori infections?
Although the exact cause is still not clear, it is accepted that H. pylori is can be transmitted from saliva, vomit or fecal matter. The most common ways to catch H. pylori are likely:
- Pre-chewing food given to babies
- Contaminated food or water
- Poor hygiene after toilet use
- Unhygienic eating utensils and restaurants
Who is at more risk of getting infected?
When you consider the causes above, you can see why some of the below apply for increased risk of infection;
- People travelling to developing/3rd world countries
- Risk is age related – the older you get , the higher the risk.
- People with low Vitamin D levels
- People with low stomach acid levels
- People who use any antacid medications – such as Proton pump inhibitors and antacids
We will now provide you with the facts you need to know about helicobacter pylori and the most widely-used treatments. It is widely accepted that the conventional triple therapy is no longer considered the gold standard – the reasons for this can be found below.
These facts will give you a closer look into why these treatments fail up to 70% of the time.
The 10 facts about Helicobacter pylori that they aren’t telling you…
- H. pylori has become increasingly resistant to the most common drug treatments that are currently being used.
- Correct diagnosis is critical, and correct re-testing after treatment (to make sure the treatment has worked) is even more important.
- Patients are literally throwing their money away by paying for the wrong tests which produce false positive results.
- False positive test results can lead to further unnecessary treatments and costs.
- Most doctors simply have limited options when it comes to treatments for H. pylori infections (almost always Triple Therapy, or Quadruple Therapy.)
- Prescribed drugs have numerous negative side effects that many patients cannot cope with – so they abandon the treatment.
- Doctors can spend more time treating the negative effects of Triple Therapy, than when treating the original H. pylori infection.
- It is not uncommon for patients to test positive for H. pylori – even after they have completed 4 or more courses of Triple or Quadruple Therapy.
- The antibiotics used in Triple or Quadruple Therapies are the direct cause of Candida Albicans overgrowth, a condition that conventional medicine chooses to ignore.
- Up to 65% of H. pylori patients will test positive for Candida Albicans, yet most won’t even know about it!
There are 6 more facts worth knowing about Helicobacter pylori infections. These more widely-known facts are still worth taking note of.
Click to see 6 more FActs about helicobacter pylori
These are important facts as they show how widespread H. pylori infections are, and how easy cross-infection is. If you are infected, then those family members or partners that are close to you may also become infected.
- Helicobacer pylori exists in almost 75% of the world’s population.
- An estimated 816 million people alive right now will develop a stomach ulcer caused by an infection of Helicobacter pylori.
- Over 50% of gastric cancer patients are infected with Helicobacter pylori
- Helicobacter pylori bacterium causes up to 90% of all stomach ulcers.
- Most people have never heard of H. pylori. 60% of people believe that stress causes peptic ulcers. Nearly 20% believe that spicy food causes ulcers.
- Researchers have found Helicobacter pylori in the saliva of some infected people, and it has recently been proved that this infection can be spread by kissing. This recent discovery highlights the problem of re-infection in patients who have been successfully treated, and also explains the problem of cross-infection of familiy members who are not treated at the same time.
You may be starting to think that Helicobacter pylori is incurable – but that would only be true if you use an ineffective treatment! We will show you how to avoid this.
H. pylori infections will not go away without some form of treatment.
It’s a proven fact! If you have an H. pylori infection, you are going to need a truly effective treatment to get rid of this.
Unfortunately, not all treatments are effective – and most people will already know this from first-hand experience.*
H. pylori infections can get worse when left untreated – or when treatments fail. This is why getting the right treatment to start with is so important.
Diets and supplements alone will not eradicate H. pylori – at best they may offer temporary relief of some symptoms. The most commonly prescribed treatments have high failure rates and only work for some people – if they are able to cope with all the harsh side effects.
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