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How H. pylori can be eradicated ?

Age 38, Male , Suffering from Duedenal Ulcer.C.L.O Tested for H.Pyroli, report says healed ulcer,but have H.Pyroli, confusing report; Had taken antibiotics , now feeling O.K. Want to make sure Pyroli has not come back. Want to come India for test.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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You are most welcome to India if you want to come here for further investigations and treatment. H.pylori is difficult to eradicate completely even after taking the full antibiotic course. It is notorious for recurrent infections.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Welcome to HealthcreMagic.

H.pylori is identified as the cause for peptic ulcer , Gastric carcinoma.Its eradication is very important in treatment of these conditions.

It can be eradicated by a combination of prton pump inhibitors (Pantoprazole) and antibiotics till the infection is cleared.
You can test H.pylori by urea breath test or biopsy.
Take care.
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