Inflamation and Hemorrhoids After H. Pylori
Hi Ted Like Many others I am impressed with your depth of knowledge with stomach issues on Earth Clinic. I have just recently had an endoscopy. i was diagnosed with H-Pylori and duodenal inflammation. I have been battling stomach problems for 10-12 years. acidity gas. Unable to Gain/keep weight on. I have taken the meds for H-Pylori and am just Finishing the Manuka Tea as well. I believe it should be gone.
my Concern is the Redness and duodenal inflammation (Gastritis ).... I had a few drinks the other night and my whole lower digestive track got inflamed with hemorrhoids for more than a week. I have gone gluten free and wont be drinking anytime soon... Can you suggest a way to heal my stomach?? Thanks for you time.
The quick remedy is humic acid, just 1/16 tsp should quickly control it, and take frequently enough should quickly control the H. pylori. This will resolve some of the stomach problems you have. Keeping the weight down has a lot to do with flatulence, it's the lack of digestive enzymes caused by liver depletion from B complex deficiency mostly.
The inflammation of intestines may be ulcerative colitis, I have updated the remedy to include humic acid, raw papaya and bromelain also to help and aloe vera oil for healing. It's either the lipopolysaccharides that are causing inflammation or a living paratuberculosis bacteria.
Blastocystis Hominis. Hi Ted, my 6.5 year old daughter has this and a few other parasites. She has been on Artestatin for 2 months and the parasite is still there. We were told to countinue for another 2 months. I need guidance to tell me if this is that way to go. She has dark circles under her eyes and I am concerned about the integrity of her intestinal lining (which I've been told is low). She is on Cellfood 3 per day for probiotics, but I heard that giving probiotics during an active parasitic infection may not be desirable. I look forward to hearing from you soon. I have dealing with this on and off for the last 2 years and do not want to try antibiotics. Thanks so much!