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Rare

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Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« on: January 03, 2018, 12:03:10 PM »
Hello everyone,

I recently discover that I have a Helicobacter Pylori (HP +++).
I was wondering if there is a  relationship between HP and POIS ?
Members suffering from digestive problems, did you test HP before?
If HP is not a cause of  POIS,  could POIS with digestive trouble leads to HP?

Thanks for your answers

Quantum

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2018, 12:38:19 PM »
Hi Rare,

A good proportion of the population have H.Pylori, while POIS is very rare, so I doubt that H.Pylori could be a direct cause of POIS.  But in someone prone to POIS ( we don't know yet exaclty why!), if this bacteria causes stomach problems, I believe it is a good idea to manage it, since any source of inflammation in the gut should be avoided, be it from irritating food, gluten, a bacteria, a bad gut flora, dairies, or anything else.   

I think the lower we keep our chronic, "baseline" inflammation level, the less severe our POIS symptoms are.

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2018, 06:04:12 PM »
Hello everyone,

I recently discover that I have a Helicobacter Pylori (HP +++).
I was wondering if there is a  relationship between HP and POIS ?
Members suffering from digestive problems, did you test HP before?
If HP is not a cause of  POIS,  could POIS with digestive trouble leads to HP?

Thanks for your answers
I had h pylori and treated it in the past. Treating it did not affect my pois. Treating it got rid of my bad heart burns. 
I believe you get h pylori from unclean food, water and utensils. I  have pois digestive issues and i have not gotten h pylori since i treated it. I think  i dont have h pylori because i dont have any heartburns.

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2018, 05:18:28 AM »
Hi Rare,

A good proportion of the population have H.Pylori, while POIS is very rare, so I doubt that H.Pylori could be a direct cause of POIS.  But in someone prone to POIS ( we don't know yet exaclty why!), if this bacteria causes stomach problems, I believe it is a good idea to manage it, since any source of inflammation in the gut should be avoided, be it from irritating food, gluten, a bacteria, a bad gut flora, dairies, or anything else.   

I think the lower we keep our chronic, "baseline" inflammation level, the less severe our POIS symptoms are.

Thanks Quantum for your  usual  precious contribution.

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2018, 05:25:33 AM »
Hello everyone,

I recently discover that I have a Helicobacter Pylori (HP +++).
I was wondering
 I had h pylori and treated it in the past. Treating it did not affect my pois. Treating it got rid of my bad heart burns. 
I believe you get h pylori from unclean food, water and utensils. I  have pois digestive issues and i have not gotten h pylori since i treated it. I think  i dont have h pylori because i dont have any heartburns.

Hi certaily
thanks for your reply.
For H pylori treatment did you take antibiotic ?  or natural way?

Quantum

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2018, 08:21:56 AM »
Hi Rare,

A good proportion of the population have H.Pylori, while POIS is very rare, so I doubt that H.Pylori could be a direct cause of POIS.  But in someone prone to POIS ( we don't know yet exaclty why!), if this bacteria causes stomach problems, I believe it is a good idea to manage it, since any source of inflammation in the gut should be avoided, be it from irritating food, gluten, a bacteria, a bad gut flora, dairies, or anything else.   

I think the lower we keep our chronic, "baseline" inflammation level, the less severe our POIS symptoms are.

Thanks Quantum for your  usual  precious contribution.

Thank you very much for your words of appreciation, Rare :)
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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #6 on: January 04, 2018, 01:37:35 PM »
Hello everyone,

I recently discover that I have a Helicobacter Pylori (HP +++).
I was wondering
 I had h pylori and treated it in the past. Treating it did not affect my pois. Treating it got rid of my bad heart burns. 
I believe you get h pylori from unclean food, water and utensils. I  have pois digestive issues and i have not gotten h pylori since i treated it. I think  i dont have h pylori because i dont have any heartburns.

Hi certaily
thanks for your reply.
For H pylori treatment did you take antibiotic ?  or natural way?
I did antibiotics.  The treatment was two antibiotics and an antiacid.

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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #7 on: January 04, 2018, 09:14:49 PM »
Hi Rare,

A good proportion of the population have H.Pylori, while POIS is very rare, so I doubt that H.Pylori could be a direct cause of POIS.  But in someone prone to POIS ( we don't know yet exaclty why!), if this bacteria causes stomach problems, I believe it is a good idea to manage it, since any source of inflammation in the gut should be avoided, be it from irritating food, gluten, a bacteria, a bad gut flora, dairies, or anything else.   

I think the lower we keep our chronic, "baseline" inflammation level, the less severe our POIS symptoms are.

Thanks Quantum for your  usual  precious contribution.

Yes it is usual...and also very Rare to find someone with Quantum’s incredible zeal! :)



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Re: Helicobacter Pylori and POIS
« Reply #8 on: January 18, 2018, 03:02:49 PM »
Strangely I have gastritis since 2 weeks and I was searching links with Pois. I just hope I have no ulcer. But helicobacter Pylori causes lot of troubles.
gastritis soon cured :)
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Taurine = Anti-Pois