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There is no effective, natural way to kill H. pylori bacteria. The only reliable way to kill H. pylori is through antibiotic therapy. There are natural treatments to effectively manage the symptoms of H. pylori-induced u... 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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Once H. pylori causes ulcers, symptoms for patients all ages include burning or dull pain in the abdomen, loss of appetite, bloating, and nausea, according to WebMD. Patients may also experience vomiting or weight loss w... 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 »

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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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The H. pylori urea breath test detects the presence of H. pylori, a bacteria that causes ulcers in the duodenum and stomach. The test measures the amount of exhaled carbon dioxide in the breath of the patient after swall... 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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