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H pylori eradication

For many years have had bouts of gastritis. Last year diagnosed H pylori positive on endoscopy and treated with triple therapy.
After treatment, symptoms continued, albeit milder. Had breath test which confirmed H pylori negative. Told had "non-ulcer dyspepsia" now and to learn to live with it. Present symptoms - pain immediately on eating which goes through to back (shoulderblade) and nausea which is temporarily relieved by eating and drinking and then returns with a vengence. Lots of sour burping and sometimes heartburn. Any advice would be much appreciated.
 
  Patti on 2005-11-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Pain between the shoulder blades indicates that the Liver may be involved.

But my advice would be to try Syzygium 1x ... 2 tabs every 15 min until relief is obtained.

Chelone Gabra 30 is useful for the liver problem you may have.
 
walkin last decade
many thanks - will give it a try. Just wondering whether homeopathic H pylori in low potency might be useful to antidote the effects of the original bacterial infection?
 
Patti last decade
For the same reason one does NOT use Carcinosin to treat cancer ----

one does not use -----
 
walkin last decade
Apart from walkin's advice, please consume yoghurt every day. What you need is the stuff with live bacillus, home-made and as fresh as possible. It does help against H.pylori.
 
homlee last decade
I deleted my post here because I put it in the wrong spot

Sorry
[message edited by randy_j on Sat, 26 Mar 2011 09:21:21 GMT]
 
randy_j 9 years ago

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