H pylori is positive

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I'm 52 yrs old female ,three weeks ago a severe Nausea associated with very much sweatings  woke me up at dawn after a while I vomitted and went to hospital to check that I had nothing related to heart disease .everything was fine and I was treated as I had poisoning food .two weeks later I started to have nausea again ,I did a blood test and found that my H pylori is positive .i didn't strart any medication yet  .is H pylori dangerous ?did any one treated it with natural supplement such as Matula herbal tea ?i m afraid of conventional medicine .any help .

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    Hi Randa

    H Pylori is a bacteria that is associated with stomach ulcers.

    The fabulous news is that antibiotics will eliminate the H Pylori and you will be cured!

    No more stomach ulcers caused by H Pylori for you...

    kind regards

    judith

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    Hi Randa,

    You will and then I would like to hear about what yiu did ti celebrate being H Pylori free

    kind regards

    judith

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      Hello ihavenonnickname

      thanks a lot for your concern .i m still on medications but still getting nausea from time to time .really it s a very heavy treatment .i wish H pylori is killed when I do next blood test .

      i ll let you know the result .

      best regards 

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      Hi Judith 

      i m still on medications they made me very bad side effect ,and I went to hospital and put me on iv fluids .i wish to get well soon it seems that h pylori in not easy at all .

      thanks for concern I ll keep you update .

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    Hi Randa,

    H Pylori is a bacteria. The medication is antibiotic. Yes, antibiotics sometimes make us ill. I am glad you knew to go to the hospital. When all of the H Pylori are dead and gone, you will feel so very much better.

    Promise

    judith

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