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The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

The various unpleasant manifestations of Helicobacter can be described here. Remember however that the great majority of persons with Hp have no symptoms that they are aware of and consider themselves normal.

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lorenzodesa
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The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by lorenzodesa » Sun Apr 01, 2018 1:03 am

hello, sorry for my english, I'm Italian. I hope you understand me and I hope someone answers.

For 7 months my life has changed, distorted, almost destroyed. I did 1000 medical checks, spent $ 8,000 on doctors, but no one ever found a cause for my problems.

After controlling the lungs, heart, bones, muscles, etc. The only thing found is Vit D and Helicobacter deficiency.

My symptoms are:

- Shortness of breath (in the first months it was devastating so as not to make me walk)
- Stiffness in the throat, hysterical bolus
- Abdominal oppression, swelling
- Thoracic oppression
- Esophageal spasms, I do not understand if I also have extrasystoles to the heart.

Often these symptoms are not light, wrapped I have real crises. I can not leave the house anymore.

The helicobacter I was found with the breth test 2 weeks ago, 1 week ago I did my second gastroscopy, I await biopsies.

I have not yet started antibiotic treatment, I have to wait for the next visit to the doctor.

The symptoms I have said may be caused by helicobacter?

It all started suddenly one day 7 months ago, the very first symptoms were spasms, shortness of breath and reflux, so everything is associated with a single problem.

Thanks for the answers.

Lorenzo

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by lorenzodesa » Sun Apr 01, 2018 7:03 am

I found this interesting documentation on the helicobacter in the pharynx, I think it could be, perhaps, my case

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2855301/

what do you think?

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by Helico_expert » Sun Apr 01, 2018 8:55 am

H. pylori only colonised in the stomach. However, the inflammation may go somewhere else in the body.

H. pylori can cause reflux symptom, which the acid may then damage the pharynx and esophagus.

But let's fix a problem at a time. Focus in eradicating H. pylori and then sort out other problem.

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by frostyfeet » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:05 am

I have H Pylori and I have shortness of breath.

I'm on 2.5 days of antibiotics and my shortness of breath has almost disappeared. I can walk up a hill, run without breathing very hard. It's amazing. I have never felt like this before.

I just hope that it doesn't come back after I finish my antibiotics course. I have 11.5 more days to go on antibiotics.

I know it's hard but try to stay positive. Let's eliminate H Pylori first and then take other steps. :D

Edit: I'm tracking my symptoms here: https://wecured.com/report/2 Consider signing up and track your own treatments and symptoms.
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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by Helico_expert » Sun Apr 01, 2018 12:24 pm

Yup. it's very important to stay positive. Distract yourself with hobbies or work is a good strategy.

You are doing great!

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by lorenzodesa » Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:53 am

I started pylera, I'm on the third day, I always have the usual symptoms, hungry for air and a tight throat. I really hope that all this nightmare passes quickly, this is not life.


and I hope it all depends on helicobacter. I am afraid that the strong antibiotic cure modifies my microbiota, making me worse ...

what do you think about helicoexpert?

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by lorenzodesa » Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:54 am

frostyfeet wrote:
Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:05 am
I have H Pylori and I have shortness of breath.

I'm on 2.5 days of antibiotics and my shortness of breath has almost disappeared. I can walk up a hill, run without breathing very hard. It's amazing. I have never felt like this before.

I just hope that it doesn't come back after I finish my antibiotics course. I have 11.5 more days to go on antibiotics.

I know it's hard but try to stay positive. Let's eliminate H Pylori first and then take other steps. :D

I want to know how it's going?

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by Helico_expert » Sun Apr 08, 2018 4:21 pm

and I hope it all depends on helicobacter. I am afraid that the strong antibiotic cure modifies my microbiota, making me worse ...

what do you think about helicoexpert?
I would say pylera is a pretty safe therapy. Many people tried and had no problem. Of course a small group of people develop IBS after that. But I think that the more you think of it, the more likely you'll get it. If you believe in the guts brain theory, you'll believe that our mental stress is related to digestive systems. Mental stress often leads to stomach butterfly or IBS.

So, try to stay positive.

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by frostyfeet » Sun Apr 08, 2018 5:42 pm

lorenzodesa wrote:
Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:54 am
frostyfeet wrote:
Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:05 am
I have H Pylori and I have shortness of breath.

I'm on 2.5 days of antibiotics and my shortness of breath has almost disappeared. I can walk up a hill, run without breathing very hard. It's amazing. I have never felt like this before.

I just hope that it doesn't come back after I finish my antibiotics course. I have 11.5 more days to go on antibiotics.

I know it's hard but try to stay positive. Let's eliminate H Pylori first and then take other steps. :D

I want to know how it's going?
Shortness of breath is pretty much gone. I feel like a normal person when exercising. In the past, I'd want to faint after biking for 5 minutes. I just went on a 2 hour bike ride. Came home, and went out for another walk.

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Re: The symptoms of the helicobacter are killing me

Post by lorenzodesa » Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:48 am

today I start the ninth day in ten of Pylera, unfortunately I am having very strong respiratory crises, random during the day, particularly in the evening. I start from the epigastrium a feeling of oppression and salt this lack of air, perhaps it is the antibiotics that increase the air in my stomach. I hope pylera kills helicobacter, what success rates are there? I am in Italy.

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