Can H Pylori Cause Sweating and Flushing

by Dru
(Moline, IL)

I am wondering if symptoms will also include the feeling of your face flushed, and a redness to the face and neck areas, and getting that cool but sweating such as feeling clammy? My husband had these symptoms before his test of the endoscopy was done and he was diagnosed.

Now I am getting the clammy feeling with sweat rolling off my face and neck, and I feel as if I have a fever, but I don't and he also had these symptoms, but I didn't see these symptoms under the list of the symptoms to look for. I am worried because I have copd and ankylosing spondylosis, so my immune system is very low to begin with and wonder if a blood test will show if I have it.

They had him do the endoscopy and we can't afford to have one done for me too.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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Any symptom
by: Kerri Knox, RN

ANY symptom can be a symptom of H pylori. But this is not a 'typical' symptom and it would be unlikely that BOTH of you are experiencing the same unusual symptoms from H pylori. And generally, two people are not going to start getting the same symptoms at the same time after contracting H pylori, it's not that kind of bug. It effects different people in different ways, and the vast majority of people who are exposed do not even develop symptoms.

So, for your husband to be exposed to H pylori, show a set of symptoms, then you show the same symptoms soon after is an EXTREMELY unlikely scenario.

This is not to say that you don't have it, but
A) It's useless to speculate if BOTH of your symptoms are from H pylori when you don't even know if ONE of you has it!
B) Even if both of you have H pylori, that does not even mean that is the cause of your symptoms. H pylori effects literally 50% of the world, so both of you could have had H pylori for years or decades and not even have been affected in any way by it.

So, for instance, lets say that you both went to Thailand, got a parasite in Thailand that is causing your symptoms, but you both get tested for H pylori and you are positive. My point being that EVEN IF you both have H pylori, it could be completely 'incidental' to your symptoms. The only way to find out is if you get tested, eliminate the H pylori and see if it helps your symptoms. If it does, then that was the cause of your symptoms, if it doesn't, then it wasn't.

Also, an endoscopy is not the best way to check for H pylori anyway. So even if your husband is negative for H pylori on the endoscopy, that is fairly meaningless. The BEST way to check is to get an H Pylori Stool Test.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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PS: Don't forget that I wrote the book on H pylori. Get The H Pylori Solution today and end your struggle with this infection.

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