Only registered users are allowed to post. To register, please click here

Should you have any problem in posting, registering, or login, please do not hesitate to contact the admin.

Advertisement is not allowed. While we encourage discussion, please try not to promote your website, goods, or unproven treatment here.

This is a non-profit website. We will try our best to help anyone that has question about H. pylori and their treatment. We shall provide the most accurate answer about H. pylori. You can help us by clicking here to keep this forum alive.

Some useful guides
How to post in the forum?
Management of Helicobacter pylori infection—the Maastricht V/Florence Consensus Report
The 5th Chinese Helicobacter treatment consensus
How long should I wait before doing follow up breath/stool test?


欧洲幽门螺杆菌治疗共识 5

New to Helico

Ulcers of the duodenum and stomach are called peptic ulcers. H.pylori causes most ulcers; other causes are aspirin and arthritis type drugs (NSAIDS). Ulcers can also be in the oesophagus but these are not caused by H.pylori.

Moderators: barjammar, Toni

Post Reply
Posts: 1
Joined: Tue Apr 10, 2012 1:21 am

New to Helico

Post by Lotsofpain »

I am quite new to helicobacter. I have been having pain and diarrhea for several years though all the tests like colonoscopy etc show nothing leading to a diagnosis by exclusion of IBS.

At the moment I have loose stool all the time though not always that frequent and left sided lower abdomen pain. LOads of bloating and wind Can be very sore not least because I have developed anal fissures at some point, Can all this be related to helicobacter.

More recently I have been having problems with my upper abdomen pain sometimes hard to swallow tend to cough.

Advice please

Posts: 121
Joined: Tue Nov 08, 2011 10:55 am

Re: New to Helico

Post by Helico_scientist »


These symptoms might be related to Helicobacter. However, I think the best way to know if you have helicobacter is to do a quick breath test. If it positive, you'll be treated and hopefully your symptoms will go away.

Good luck

Post Reply

Return to “Ulcers: Duodenal and Gastric”