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Pyroli bacteria heartburn, gerd, returning.

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Hi Doctor,

I'm male 30 years old. For past 9 months, I've been suffering from

- Indigestion problem.
- Heart Bun Sensation
- GERD Reflex disease (Atleast once in a week, acidity flew out of my nose or mouth.

My doctor did an investigation by taking Endoscopy tests (taken before 6months). Results showed that there is no Ulcer symptoms.However, there is a mild inflamtion on Pyroli bacteria. I've been asked to take Hp-sompraz kit for 10 days. However, I had taken only for 3 days due to side effects such as Body weakness.

After taking 3 days, I was OK for a month and there were no symptoms. However, the issue has started occuring, and it is now continued for almost 6months now. Need your advise on this regard. I'm just it is going to be a serious issue.

Thanks,
Ranjit


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replied April 11th, 2014
Digestive and Bowel Disorders Answer A46664
Dear Ranjit!

Thanks for writing to EHF!

Body weakness is not that much bi side effect which you cant resist for 10 days. H.Pylori is 80% cause of stomach acidity and if not treated properly can lead to ulcer leading to perforation and sometime death. Dont you think the sequelae is worst than the mere body weakness (although not a side effect of the drug) . I want to to visit the physician again so he can prescribe you the same antibiotic course along with some antacid for symptomatic relief.

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