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Helicobacter Pylori: Acid Reflux and Diarrhea – Mild-Fever and Anxiety

Helicobacter pylori: Did it ever happen to you, to feel anxious without a reason, or to feel that something it’s wrong with your body, even if most of the doctors said you are fine?

You ever have or had symptoms that are not normal in any other stomach or bowel disease like Acid reflux and diarrhea, gas, heartburn, mild-fever and anxiety, fatigue and nausea? If the answer to all this questions is yes, than welcome to bacteria h. pylori illness. I’m not a doctor, but I’m a patient and a researcher. The full name for H. pylori is Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori and its effects on the human body are still very poorly understood.

Helicobacter pylori, can disrupt the mucous lining of the stomach allowing a stomach ulcer to form. Lifestyle factors, such as alcohol abuse, physical and emotional stress, unhealthy eating habits and smoking, cause peptic ulcers and gastritis. Apparently over 60% of people have H. pylori which is usually acquired in childhood, is passed person to person in a variety of ways. Kissing is one of those ways (passed through saliva) as well as unsanitary conditions in food or water. Helicobacter pylori can cause many different symptoms, but most people infected with the bacteria never have symptoms or problems at all. If H. pylori starts to make symptoms, visit a doctor soon for diagnosis and tests. The bacteria can also attach to cells of the stomach, causing stomach inflammation (Gastritis) or peptic ulcer and can stimulate the production of excess stomach acid (G.E.R.D).

Symptoms of Helicobacter Pylori

1. Heartburn/Acid Reflux.

2. Diarrhea/Constipation/Gas/Bloating.

3. Fatigue and Low Energy.

4. Nausea & Vomiting.

5. Unexplained Weight Loss.

6. Mood-changes/Anxiety.

7. Bad Breath.

8. Sinus Problems.

10. chills/joint pain.

11. frequent urination.

12. Mild-Fever.

Helicobacter Pylori Treatment

The general h. pylori treatment is a triple drug therapy, a mix of two antibiotics and 1 antacid for 2 weeks. You must also do some natural ways of treatment like a diet or stop smoking and drinking alcohol. Dont forget that if you take a strong doses of antibiotics can kill your good bacteria as well, so take some probiotics supplements is always a good idea.

How long does it take antibiotics to start working on Helicobacter pylori Infection?
Symptoms should begin to subside within a few days. The antibiotics may be irritating to your stomach, so it may take a week or two before the GERD subsides. Normally you must go back to hospital after a month for breath and stool tests to see if you are still infected with H. pylori. Once the H. pylori bacteria are gone from your body, the chance of being infected again is very low.


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Acid Reflux and Diarrhea – Mild-Fever and Anxiety

12 thoughts on “Helicobacter Pylori: Acid Reflux and Diarrhea – Mild-Fever and Anxiety”

  1. My h pylori has come back after 2 years I’m now taking two lots of antibiotics and lanzoprosole . I have a good diet but used to eat a lot of spice with I think started it , I don’t drink or smoke. They said I have a hiatus hernia and diviculitus . I’ve been feeling really poorly that’s why I went again I was having symptoms like a was on the change sweating, anxiety but now I’m thinking it must have been this!!??

  2. I had h pylori before two months. after treatment test was negetive but now I caught fever. My hb is also 7.7. Please tell me is it due to h pylori

    1. You said that test was negative, so the best thing is to visit your doctor. The fever is sometimes when there is blood in the stools, this can cause anemia and anemia can cause fever.

  3. I explained on the above comment that fever is caused most of the time from anemia. As I saw from your email account, you are doctor, so you must know that gastritis is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach. As we know mild fever, chills, and hiccups also may be present when gastritis flare up.

  4. Hi i have had H pylori since last October. I wasnt diagnosed until January of this year until i went into the hospital. I have been so ill with this, it has changed my life completely. I have had 2 gastrostomys. The 1st one revealed i had an ulcer what was bleeding and also a hernia. The 2nd one showed my ulcer had healed but my hernia is still there. I have had 2 lots of treatment and done 2 stools samples. The 2nd one came back to reveal ive still got it. Im totally fedup of this. Im still having bad pains in my chest and stomach, bloating all the time and generally feeling ill. Ive lost alot of weight. Im serverly depressed because of this. The doctor ive got is no use its like bagging my head against the wall. Please can anyone help me. I do not drink or smoke.

  5. Nutrition and change some bad habits is the key for healing. We are what we eat Lisa. Start a diet with more fiber. Try to add some broccoli and broccoli sprouts in your diet. Also mastic chios gum can really help. Search this website and the Web for H Pylory and GERD natural treatments, (as those always go together) and inform yourself.

  6. Hey, so I wanted to know more about the frequent urination caused by h pylori. Is this common? And how long does this symptom last? I’m still going through it even after treatment but I’m not completely done with the therapy yet. I just want to know if this feeling will ever go away. It’s making me nervous.

  7. Hello,

    My wife and I were in the mountains about 4 weeks ago. After coming back I noticed fatigue, mental fog, low grade fevers every few days (sometimes high fevers) and a dull pain in my mid chest after eating, joint pain, and night sweats. I am a healthy person (athlete for 18 years, work out about 3 times a week, eat relatively healthy) and had my first doctors appointment in 3 years. They assumed Lyme Diseases, but it took a second trip to the doctor as I had a fever of 102 and they were confused and decided to do an H Pylori blood test. Results came back >8.0 so about 8 times higher than the norm. I would assume they would start with a antibiotic regime, but not certain. I think I know exactly what got me as well.. Bait Fishing and not washing my hands afterwards before eating..

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