Symptoms of Helicobacter pylori infections are, not surprisingly, centered around the normal functions of your digestive tract. Stomach pain is common, as well as a gnawing or burning sensation in the stomach. Bloating in the abdomen, belching and an increase in gas is also common.Nov 25, 2019
Ginger phenolic fractions provide inhibitory effects on the growth of H. pylori, scavenge free radicals, reduce power abilities, protect DNA and inhibit lipid peroxidation[59,60]. Mahady et al reported on the chemo-preventative effects of ginger which directly impede H. pylori growth, particularly CagA+ strains.
H. pylori, a bacteria that can cause GERD and gastrointestinal inflammation, is contagious person-to-person through either fecal/oral exposure (such as eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water, or swimming in contaminated bodies of water) or oral/oral exposure (such as kissing or sharing toothbrushes).Dec 11, 2020
For the last two decades, the recommended treatment for H. pylori eradication is the standard triple therapy (Papastergiou et al. 2014a, b), using a proton pump inhibitor or ranitidine bismuth citrate, combined with clarithromycin and amoxicillin or metronidazole.