Overcoming Stomach Infection Symptoms- The bacteriah.pyloriinvoluteand growinthe digestive tract.These bacteriatend toattack thewallsof the stomach.H.pylorican causesoreson the stomach andsmall intestine.Further,these bacteriacan causepeptic ulcers(pepticulcer),inflammation of thestomach(gastritis), and if notaddressedadequatelymay lead togastric cancer.
The organof the stomachis part ofthe digestive tractthatwas instrumentalin killinggerms anddigestingfoodproducesstomach acid, anddigestive enzymescan also eradicategerms.However, the bacteriah.pyloriisable to liveand surviveinan acid environmentin thestomach.In thestomach,these bacteriacan growand multiplyina layer ofmucusthat protectsthe stomach.
A wide array ofSymptomsthat appear
Althoughthe symptomsof gastricinfectiondue tobacteriah.pyloriis oftennot typical, you candetect itfromsome of the symptomsthat appear, such as:
Abdominal painwhenyour stomachis empty,even though itusuallygets bettersoonafter eating or drinkingmilk ormedicineantacids
In children, symptomsthat can be foundincludenausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.However, it is difficultto detectthe causeasthe bacteriah.pyloribecausethese symptoms arealsocommonly seen inother diseases.
Researchalso suggests thath.pyloriinfectioncan increase the riskof gastric cancer to sixfoldcompared topeople withoutthesebacterial infections.Unknownreasonwhythese bacteriacan triggerstomachcancer, particularlynon-typegastric cancercardio.However,there is anallegationthat is becausethesebacterial infectionstriggeran inflammatoryreaction inthe long runon the wallsof the stomachso thatcan causegenetic mutationsinthe cellsof the stomach.
Gastriccancer symptomscan besimilar tosymptoms ofinfection ofh.pyloriin the earlystages, buteventuallycanlead togastric cancersymptoms ofbleedingchannel ofindigestionorblack coloredstools,weakness,decreasedweight gainwithouta clearreason, vomiting andabdominal painafter eating, vomitingof blood,and the feeling ofbloating orfullness isfastdespiteeatingfoods ina little amount.
The bacteriah.pylorican betransmittedto other peoplethroughdirect contact withsaliva,feces, orvomit.Besidesthe bacteriah.pylorican also betransmittedthrough foodor waterthat is alreadycontaminated.
Infections due tobacteriah.pylorioftenstrikechildren andthose living in neighborhoodswithpoorsanitation.For example,if you live ina denseresidentialpopulation,have noaccess toclean wateror livebacterialinfection suffereralong withh.pylori.The habit ofwashing handsor livingsparselyin the neighborhoodwithbadsanitationcan be a factor in therisk of developingbacterial infections.
To detectsymptoms ofstomachinfectiondue tobacteriah.pylori,doctorsusuallywilltrace thefamilyhealth history.To support adiagnosis, the doctor willdo somecheckingsuch asabdominalexaminationto find outthe signs ofbloatingand pain, as well as listen to the voiceinsidethe stomach.
In addition,there is alsoblood,stoolexamination,and examination ofthe ureabreathtest.Ureabreathtest isabreathexaminationis conducted todetermine ifthere aretermsof h.pyloriinthe stomach.Prior tothe examination ofthisbreath, the patient willbe given acapsulecontainingurea.If thebacteriah.pylorigermswillcultivateureainto carbondioxide andthe amount ofcarbon dioxideexhaledafterthe patientdrinks thecapsulesof an areawill be measuredto see ifthere arebacteria ornot.If there isan isotope ofcarbon dioxidein thebreath, it'sa positivesign tothe ureabreathchecks iftheisotopeis not detected, it meansthe examinationnegatively.
If necessary,the doctor maydo anendoscopyembodyingwith the special toolinto the mouthtothe stomach.Comparisonureabreathexamination,endoscopicexaminationresultsaccuracyratehigherin determining whetherthere isa bacterial infection ornot.With theendoscope, the physiciancan alsosimultaneouslytake ongastrictissue samplesfor examinationof bacterialcultureexaminationandbiopsyto make surethe diagnosis is,at the same timesee whetherbacteriahave experienceda certainimmunity toantibioticsor not.
How To TreatStomachInfections
To treatgastricinfection symptomsare usuallygivena combination of twodifferent antibiotic drugs, plusone type ofdrugto cope withinflammation ofthe stomach.This treatment is calledtripletherapy.This type ofdrugincludesproton pumpinhibitor(proton-pumpPIs/PPI)such aspantoprazoleandesomeprazole,an inhibitor ofH2receptors(H2-receptorantagonistorH2RA) such ascimetidineorranitidinebismuthsub-salicylate, and, plus twotypes ofantibioticssuch asamoksisilin,metronidazole, orclarithromycin.
Keep in mind, consume all drugsgiven byyour doctor andfollowthe rules ofuse.When notconsumedproperly, the bacteriain the bodycan becomeresistant toantibiotics andmoredifficult to treatinfectionsresulting in.
To support thehealingof the stomachdue toinfection,you also need tostay away fromcigarettes,spiritsandcaffeinated,spicyfood, andherbalmedicationsorherbs.