Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) in Connecticut

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What exactly is H. pylori?

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a type of bacteria found in your stomach that mainly impacts your digestive system. Most patients don't get ill from it. If you have symptoms of ulcers, you should get tested for infection from H. pylori. If left untreated, H. pylori infection can cause stomach ulcers by attacking the inner lining of your stomach, which protects you from stomach acid. If left untreated, H. pylori could cause unwanted affliction and distress and someday lead to stomach cancer. If you have uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms such as stomach pain, you could have an H. pylori infection and should be evaluated by a talented GI specialist. You can find an expert GI professional near you at a Connecticut GI location in Connecticut.

Are there symptoms of H. pylori infection?

H. pylori typically gains access to our bodies from food, unclean water, or dirty utensils. It is usually more common to find Helicobacter pylori in countries or locations that have poor water quality and septic systems. It is true, though, that everyone has the potential to face exposure. You can also become infected if you come in contact with an infected person’s spit or other bodily fluids. If H. pylori have entered your system, you might experience the following symptoms:

  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain that is worse on an empty stomach
  • Appetite loss
  • Stomach aches
  • Unintentional weight loss
  • A burning in the abdominal area
  • Bloating
  • Burping

Request an appointment with our GI specialists at Connecticut GI if you have any of the above-mentioned symptoms or have had unusual abdominal pain, bloody or black stool, and/or vomit.

How is H. pylori treated?

Common treatments for someone with H. pylori infection are meant to eradicate the bacteria while relieving symptoms. Treatments for H. pylori infection with our Connecticut team could include a regimen of at least two antibiotics to prevent the bacteria from becoming invulnerable to the treatment. Treatment of the symptoms could include antacids and additional methods to relieve acid reflux and help the stomach lining to heal.

Heal your digestive health from H. pylori

If you notice any of the painful symptoms of Helicobacter pylori, you should get in touch with a local gastroenterologist as soon as possible to be tested for gastrointestinal ailments. You can trust our physician-led team to find an expert GI specialist in your area. Our remarkable providers administer compassionate, all-inclusive care that can help you get back to optimal health. Contact a Connecticut GI location near you to learn more about H. pylori treatment in Connecticut and how it can help you.

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