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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.

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Post by SeonaP »

I suffered chronic indigestion for about two years until finally at a doctors appointment I mentioned how bad it was and that it sometimes woke me up of a night and almost made me vomit that’s when the doctor told me to make an appointment with the nurse for a breath test to see if I had this bacteria in my stomach I didn’t even know it was a thing 🤷‍♀️ Anyway test came back positive and doctor prescribed nexium Hp7 I’m on my fourth day and I have to say this horrible taste in my mouth is not great but holding out hope that this treatment works ! I’ve read some bad feed back about the treatment and it’s success rate hoping to read some more positive feedback 🤞🏻

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Post by Helico_expert »

Nexium HP7 used to be very good. In some countries, like Australia, it is still good, with a cure rate of 80%. All the best to your treatment. Keep us posted with your progress.

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