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H. Pylori

Also called: Helicobacter Pylori

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Hi Yes it can raise your LDL and it can lower it as well so it can go either way.Hope this helps you.good Luck
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Have you done anything to recolonized your intestines with good bacteria after killing all the old ones off?  I'd try some Greek Yogurt...
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Hi Anytime anyone comes off antibiotics you do need to go a course of acidophilus or probiotic drinks.Antibiotics kill all the good bugs in your gut...
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Hi Golden rule, blood in urine or stools See your doctor ASAPDid your doctor send you away for tests, if not then this time get to your ER and tell...
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No. The "I" in ITP means idiopathic (no known cause).
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No I would think this would happen especially if you are symptomatic, all the gastric juices would prevent one from eating and drinking properly...
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Hi, I don't think this is some how related, as that was 41 years ago, perhaps you should be thinking of what happened 10 years ago.But here is a...
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Look up H. pylori (Helicobacter pylori) here on WebMD.  All your answers are there :)
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No, H.pylori is a bacteria that can cause a stomach or duodenal ulcer. It is not cancer.
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I don't know how your doctors are treating you now (medications?), but if you feel you are not being managed aggressive enough, you can always...
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Hi There is a page on this here on site, http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/h-pylori-helicobacter-pylori?page=2 But its seems a bit of...
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those are typical allergic reaction especially she has identified those that triggers it.. those laboratory findings got nothing to do w/ allergies...
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Absolutely.  Go to Drmirkin.com
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Several different antibiotics in different classes are used to treat peptic ulcers caused by H. pylori. The "best" one is the one that...
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Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacterium that causes chronic inflammation of the inner lining of the stomach (gastritis) in humans. This...
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