Question on Natural Helicobacter Pylori erradication

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Smit Dogg
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   Posted 5/27/2013 1:25 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello,

Tomorrow I'm due to find out if i still have helicobacter pylori. Ive done 3 lots of treatment for it over the last 18months, two triple therapies and a 2 month bi****h-based therapy. If i still have it then its obvious to say conventional treatment doesnt work for the strain i have and i am going to try the natural approach. This will include Mastic Gum, Manuka Honey 25+, Monolaurin, High strength Probiotics that includes L. Salivarius (the helicobacter eating bacteria) and to support the digrestive system, i'll also use l-glutamine, aloe vera juice and multi-digestive enzymes... |I'll be doing 2 months of this, overkill but i want rid now, im getting more symptoms/ailments as time goes on rather than getting better...

A question i want to ask though is, does anyone know if i should carrying on using my normal prescription meds whilst taking this natural therapy? Im currently using 15mg of Lansoprazole per day and 60 mg of Buscopan ( an anti- spasmodic drug for IBS symptoms).

Any feedback or advise would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Nickles
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   Posted 5/27/2013 6:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi,

We are not doctors so we can tell you to take or not take prescription medicine.

I would suggest 2 natural supplements, DGL and Broccomax. However, if your taking anti-biotics DGL will minimize the antibiotics effectiveness.

Eat foods that are cruciferous, I laid off of gluten for a little a bit and it helped. Mastic Gum is good. Another supplement I took was "pyloricin". It had oreganol oil and other things to kill of the bacteria. Take the probiotics after the anti-biotics. Lay off the sugar cravings too.

It took me years to get rid of it. I did 1 month of pyloricin, 3 months of Gastromend HP, probiotics, 3 months of brcommax, and DGL.

Nickles
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   Posted 5/27/2013 6:26 PM (GMT -6)   
And don't eat processed turkey, ham, hot dogs or red meat with nitrates or nitrites because they are not good for the stomach. They help the bacteria, but not your stomach.
Diagnosed with GERD/IBS in 2007. However, my symptoms are most similar to LPR. I am still unsure of the IBS diagnosis.

Currently I am taking a natural approach to my symptoms since July 2011.

Nickles

Smit Dogg
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   Posted 5/27/2013 6:29 PM (GMT -6)   
I've tried Dgl before and although it tastes i nice i felt it did nothing. I know what you are sayinn by how your not doctors. The last couple of times I've tried coming off ppi 's they were very traumatic and felt I got worse off each occasion.

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Smit Dogg
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   Posted 5/27/2013 6:31 PM (GMT -6)   
I eat a clean diet as it is already. I'm aware that if I still have helicobacter then i will have to go as sugar free as possible, eat alkaline based foods and lay off dairy products.

Smit Dogg
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   Posted 5/28/2013 12:05 PM (GMT -6)   
I found out today that the stool sample was negative for helicobacter... Most people would be happy with this but to me its a set back.. I feel the same as i did when i had the bug, possibly worse...Im at a cross roads now with these ailments of mine...

Tania1
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   Posted 5/28/2013 12:25 PM (GMT -6)   
Smit Dogg, I think they are reinsured with H. Pylori eradication because they think stomach ulcer and even cancer causes by it, but it has nothing to do with GERD - most of web sites tell this. I don't have H. Pylori after a course of antibiotic, but I can not say that I feel better, although I was also hoping that I will feel better after H. Pylori eradication.
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