H. Pylori can affect your throat either through direct infection of the throat, GERD, or LPR. However, the link between H. Pylori and throat problems is not fully established in the research.
h. pylroi is linked to many skin diseases such as chronic spontanous urticaria, psoriasis, rosacea, rash, and hives.
The h. pylroi poop often has no specifc look. But if you have h. pylori-induced bleeding ulcer, you may experience black poop. Diarrhea and constipation are also linked to H. pylroi.
causes of hard stomach at the top are often functional dyspepsia, gastritis and peptic ulcer disease, IBS, food intolerance and others.
causes of pain where gallbladder was removed years ago include missed or newly formed stones, strictures, sphincter of Oddi dysfunction, and others.
it is uncommon for gallbladder pain to affect your back only. The typical gallbladder pain location is often the upper middle and upper-right abdomen.
you can get gallstones in the bile ducts after you get your gallbladder removed. Either a newly formed stone or a missed stone inside the bileducts.
Possible foods that can kill H. pylori Naturally include Lactoferrin, Honey, Probiotic foods, some oils, fatty acids, Isothiocyanates, and phenolic drivatives.
Relieveing gas pain under ribs starts with modifications of your diet habits. Also, gas medicines and probiotics can also help.
white fuzzy coating on stool can present occasionally or represent medical problems such as infection, IBS, IBS and others.
Jelly-like mucus in stool can be a sign of infection (gastroenteritis and dysentery). Also, it can be caused by IBS, IBD, proctitis, colorectal cancer, and others.