H. pylori is contagious and transmittable through saliva, according to The University of Arizona College of Public Health. It is also transmittable through food and water that have been contaminated by feces or fecal bac... More »

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H. pylori, or Helicobacter pylori, is a spiral-shaped bacterium that is most commonly found as a commensal bacterium in the stomach. The bacteria is able to penetrate the epithelial cells of the stomach and cause stomach... More »

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There are no medically accepted natural cures for H. pylori bacteria infections, according to Healthline. In many cases, the infection disappears by itself, but there are also medical treatments that speed up the process... More »

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H. pylori is an abbreviation for Helicobacter pylori, also previously known as Campylobacter pylori, a bacteria of the stomach that plays a role in the development of stomach ulcers. H. pylori accomplishes this by infilt... More »

H. pylori is commonly treated with a combination of two antibiotics and a proton-pump inhibitor, or 'PPI,' according to MedicineNet. The antibiotics are taken in tandem because the bacterium has the potential to develop ... More »

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H. pylori infections are caused by Helicobacter pylori bacteria, which infects the stomach, according to Mayo Clinic. These infections are common and typically occur during childhood. More than half of the world’s popula... More »

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The exact mode of transmission of H. pylori is unknown as of 2015, according to Mayo Clinic, so there is no one best way to catch it. However, it is likely transmitted by person-to-person contact, either through saliva, ... More »

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