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The only bacteria living in the stomach is called Helicobacter pylori. Not only is it very tenacious. It is also highly contagious and can be transmitted through a variety of means, including hands, tableware, and feces. This kind of bacteria is very harmful to health, can cause gastritis, gastrointestinal ulcers, and is the culprit of stomach cancer. Once detected, it must be removed in time. So how to determine whether there are H. pylori in the body?
People infected with this germ usually have the following 4 reactions:
1. Stomach pain
Gastric problems are caused by poor living habits, which is difficult to cure. A little food that is irritating can cause stomach pain. In addition to this factor, it can cause stomach pain. Infection with Helicobacter pylori can also cause stomach pain, because this bacteria can cause stomach pain. Destroy our gastric mucosa, which often causes stomach pain and bloating.
2. Bad breath
When you wake up in the morning, most people will find that they have a little bad breath, but after brushing their teeth and gargle, this phenomenon may disappear. However, when the odor in your mouth cannot be eliminated by many methods, you need to pay attention to it. Helicobacter pylori also live in the gums. When infected with this bacterium, it will produce some carbides that cannot be removed, and bad breath will linger.
If nausea, vomiting, and acid reflux often occur, you need to pay attention. Helicobacter pylori like a high-acid environment. After eating a full meal, gastric acid will be secreted more. In addition, the stimulation of Helicobacter pylori to the stomach will increase the amount of gastric acid, which will damage the stomach and the normal protective barrier. It can cause reflux, nausea, acid reflux.
4. Refractory indigestion
There are many factors that cause indigestion, but if the symptoms of indigestion have not improved after symptomatic treatment with conventional gastrointestinal motility and digestive aids, you can go to the hospital to check whether you have Helicobacter pylori infection. If infected with this kind of bacteria, it will bring about an inflammatory reaction of the gastric mucosa, gastrointestinal hormones and gastric acid will also change, the movement of the entire stomach and duodenum will be affected, and the symptoms of indigestion will appear. Appetite and other symptoms will also appear.
In addition to the regular treatment in the hospital, in daily life, you can also eat more antibacterial and bacteriostatic foods to help suppress Helicobacter pylori and prevent its recurrence. Like cranberry, cabbage, clove tea ... these can effectively inhibit H. pylori.