Re: Frage zu Eingangskosten bei Karten

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Re: Frage zu Eingangskosten bei Karten

Post by royee » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:15 pm

I'm trying to establish whether there is any connection between treatment for Duodenal ulcers and H Plyori and subsequent bowel irregularities i.e. Diverticulitis as a result of treatment. This is purely a personal matter having experienced bowel irregularities ever since being treated for a Duodenal ulcer and H Plyori almost 3 years ago. I'm a healthy 62 year old with no previous bowell problems, examinmations have identified Diverticulitis, it's been suggested that I change my diet, more fibre and water which is fine. However when I ask why has there been a sudden change after 60 years (not gradual) no one seems to know or give an explanation.
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Re: Frage zu Eingangskosten bei Karten

Post by Helico_expert » Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:57 am

This is a very complex question because nobody really know why. But the general idea is that when you take antibiotics to kill off H. pylori, you also kill off many good bacteria in your intestine. And it takes time for the diverse microflora to build up. Not just building up, but the right balance. So, we believe it is the imbalance of flora in your intestine that gives you the IBS problem after H. pylori treatment.

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Re: Frage zu Eingangskosten bei Karten

Post by Toongayline » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:09 am

I read something useful like this to me.

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