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Wrong Diagnosis in patient with H pillory (ulcer)

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Wrong Diagnosis in patient with H. pillory (Ulcer)

Have been taking ulcer medications for months yet no improvement? If yes, then here’s why

Do you know that majority of people taking ulcer medications today simply because their test result reads h pillory don’t have ulcer, that’s why instead of getting better, their condition keep getting worse. Though they might have ulcer symptoms yet they don’t have ulcer, this is because there are other conditions that have the same symptoms as ulcer.

For instance, nausea or vomiting, stomach pain, indigestion, heartburn, bloating are ulcer symptoms, yet they are also heart related issues symptoms.

Pain that radiates to the back may be that an ulcer has penetrated posteriorly, yet it can also be caused by pancreatic disorders.

Pain that radiates to the right upper quadrant (gallbladder, duodenum, right kidney, pancreas, and the adrenal gland) can also be caused by gallbladder or bile ducts conditions.

As a matter of fact vast majority of people infected with H pillory don’t have ulcer.

What is H. pillory (Helicobacter pylori)?

H. pillory is a type of bacteria that infects your stomach. It can damage the tissue in your stomach and the first part of your small intestine (the duodenum). This can cause painful sores called peptic ulcers in your upper digestive tract.

H. pylori infections are common. Many people have it but majority of people who have it will not get ulcers or show any symptoms, so you might be infected without realizing it because the infection usually causes no symptoms. According to Mayo Clinic international, only about 10% of people with H. pylori will develop ulcer.

Stomach ulcers are relatively easy to cure. If truly you have ulcer caused by H. pylori, you need treatment to kill the bacteria, heal your stomach lining, and keep the sores from coming back. It usually takes 1 to 2 weeks of treatment to get better.

If you have been taking ulcer medications for 1 to four weeks and your symptoms continues then ulcer is not what you are suffering from, and please seek for accurate diagnosis to detect the root cause of your symptoms before it is too late.

There are different factor that causes stomach pain that many people always treat as ulcer. Imagine taking ulcer medications for months while you may be having any of the below issues: gallstones, gallbladder inflammation, stomach cancer, pancreas cancer, gastroenteritis, kidney stones, dyskinesia of colon, ischemic bowel disease, crohn’s disease, intestinal spasms, hypertrophic gastritis, etc.

Don’t allow that ulcer symptoms get worse!

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