Question About H Pylori and Blood Tests

Hi, I would like to ask you some questions.

I have several disorders for many years such as gastrointestinal disorders, heartburn, burping and muscle aches and I have done numerous tests but unfortunately I failed to understand what are caused.

I made the research of helicobacter pylori through a gastroscopy and other examinations but proved all negative. Now My doubt is this: Is it possible that this bacterium was not identified by tests ?

Over the years I had weight loss about 5-6 kilograms and muscular wasting.

Could Helicobacter Pylori cause over the years, if not treated a vitamin D deficiency, severe widespread muscle pain and especially in the calves ? Reactive lymphadenopathy ? Can eosinophils increase?

Molecular identification (PCR)may be helpful ?

Thank you very much

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Something else is the problem
by: Kerri Knox, RN, The Immune Queen

If you've been tested for H pylori both in a gastroscopy 'and other tests' then it's almost certain that you do not have the H Pylori Bacteria and begin to look elsewhere for a cause of your problems.

It could be MANY MANY things, such as low stomach acid levels, so you can take measures to Increase Stomach Acid.

You might have Gluten Sensitivity or the Good Bacteria in your gut are out of balance.

There are many possibilities, but H pylori does not seem to be one of them. You seem to have sufficiently 'ruled it out'.

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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