Treated Twice for H Pylori and Now Have Hypoglycemia

by Victoria

I have twice been diagnosed and treated for h-pylori, but since the second treatment I have continued to have the same symptoms but my doctor diagnosed me with Hypoglycemia. Is there a connection between the h-pylori and the hypoglycemia, and what are the chances that I still have h-pylori?



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Chances of Having H pylori
by: Kerri Knox, RN

Your 'chances' of having H pylori after treatment are either 100% or 0%. It's not like gambling, you either still have it or you don't. Anyone who gets treated needs to always get an H Pylori Stool Test and find out. Simple. Just test and find out. But make sure that you get the stool test because the blood test can be positive for a very long time, even if you successfully got rid of H pylori.

As far as the hypoglycemia, you probably GOT H pylori because you are not getting proper nutrition in the first place, and so your immune system is not as strong as it should be to fight off infections.

If you are eating processed foods or too high an amount of carbohydrates for your particular metabolic makeup, this can lead to hypoglycemia. Also, being treated with antibiotics can alter your gut microbiome by killing off good bacteria that are essential for so many body processes that we have not yet scratched the surface of the importance of the gut microflora. So, the hypoglycemia and the H pylori could be related from several different aspects, although you'll probably never know for sure.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health 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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