h. pylori and ulcer?Hi,
I'm a 24 y/o female with two young children. I've always been very healthy. I've only been to an MD twice in my life since my infant well checks (ages 2 and 17). With the exception of obstetric care and c-section for my first child. Second was homebirthed.
I presented with a yeast infection and thrush around the time the diarreah stopped.
I do have a history of low blood pressure and anemia. It runs in the maternal side of my family in the women.
About 6 weeks prior to the birth of my second child I caught a mild virus from my toddler and ended up with chronic diarreah for approximately 2 months. Taking lactobacillus tablets was the only thing that stopped the diarreah. It cleared up about 2 or 3 weeks after he was born. I came to the conclusion that the only thing that made sense was an h. pylori infection. But, after it cleared I wasn't too concerned.
Here I am a year later (almost exactly). I've had stomach cramps for 4 days. The only time I had diarreah was during the first episode of cramps. Ever since, after eating I experience miserable cramping right below my ribcage. No vomiting or diarreah. No loss of appetite... no other symptoms beyond the cramping.
I became convinced that I have an ulcer and upon learning that they're most often caused by h. pylori, I'm pretty positive this is my issue.
Obviously I don't want to do an antibiotic course to clear this if possible because I don't want to risk getting thrush again as I have a nursing baby.
What can I do homeopathically or natropathically that will take care of this h. pylori and still be safe for nursing?
ckhagen on 2007-07-13
try Arsenicum album 200c one dose daily up to 3 days only and wait for 1 week any change cantact me
faisal qureshi last decade
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