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Diagnosed of h pylori, on antibiotics for 2 weeks. Recurring acid reflux. Anything that will help ?

i was diagnosed of having h pylori . i was on antibiotics for 2 weeks plus a medicine to ease my acid reflux . i felt good for awhile and then now i felt the heart burn and acid reflux coming back. is their anything that i can do? i sw on line that this disease in not curable. i am now having break outs on some part of my body. i heard about the matula herbal tea. will that help? if that will help i ll order it to try.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
any food substance start reacting with body protein to cause this
you can use non spicy non oily non fatty food for few wk
antacids and specific antibiotics for recurence
get blood serum tests for specifi antibodies for milk wheat potato and major food you take avoid completely to et betterment in symptomps
Answered: Sat, 5 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Jaydeep Nanda's  Response
Hello .. H.Pylori is a bacteria present in the stomach, is related with dyspepsia and ulcers.
The essential factor to be considered is How was the diagnosis of H Pylori made ? Usually we do a breath test or we do it when an endoscopy is done, at that time we do a biopsy.Also on endoscopy we look for Hiatal hernia, which is a common cause recurrant dyspepsia. So, the issues in your case is are we dealing with a failure of treatment / inadequate treatment or a related cause of Dyspepsia like Hiatal hernia.

Please note that medical treatment for H pylori is a triple therapies for 10-14 days. The treatment regimens are
omeprazole, amoxicillin, and clarithromycin (OAC) for 10 days;
bismuth subsalicylate, metronidazole, and tetracycline (BMT) for 14 days; and lansoprazole, amoxicillin, and clarithromycin (LAC), which has been approved for either 10 days or 14 days of treatment.
treatment to be effective, it is important to take the entire course of all medications

A repeat Breath test is done after the treatment to ascertain the cure.

So please get a repeat breath test done for H Pylori anad if +ve take a repeat course of treatment, as per the senstivity of the organism in your part of the wowrld.
If it is negative then look fro other causes of Dyspepsia, as noted above and Lastly please remember the diet control and non smoking habit.
with best wishes
Answered: Sat, 5 Oct 2013
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