H-Pylori is a bacteria that infects the stomach and esophagus. This can cause symptoms such as trouble swallowing-heartburn-acid reflux-GERD-excessive belching and ulcers. It is actually a naturally occurring bacteria that is indigenous to the upper GI. It is supposed to be there only now it has overgrown & is dominating the territory.
It is supposed to be kept in check by the surrounding beneficial bacteria. This is our localized immune system. The gentle ecosystem living in our GI is disrupted by the use / ingestion of things that contain synthetic antibiotics such as toothpaste-mouthwash & chlorinated drinking water. The use of oral antibiotics is the biggest cause of this.
What then happens is similar to what occurs in SIBO-Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. H-pylori which is akin to a weed grows unchecked and burrows it’s roots into the GI tissue and unlike the ph balancing good bacteria, h-pylori creates acidity which erodes the tissue causing an ulcer.
It is this ph imbalance that throws off the chemistry of proper digestive enzyme production which brings about indigestion and food allergies. If you have food allergies or intolerances you may have H-pylori and not know it.
This can be difficult to accurately diagnose and tricky to properly treat. It is certain that your doctor will prescribe antibiotics as your treatment. This may give you some temporary relief by killing off the h-pylori but until you properly treat this-with one step being to repopulate the ‘terrain’ with the specific endogenous bacterial strains & the use of natural antibiotics——this problem will not just go away on it’s own but could eat a hole right through your esophagus or your stomach wall which could result in leaky gut syndrome.
My advice is to not mess with H-pylori. Don’t drag your feet in getting proper-effective treatment before it’s too late. I know how to fix this problem. You are welcome to contact me at any time to discuss this at no charge to determine if you have h-pylori and are a candidate for my H-pylori treatment.