General Medicine: Open Access

ISSN - 2327-5146


Misconception and Misbehaviour towards Helicobacter pylori is Leading to Major Spread of Illness

Abdullah M Nasrat, Salwa AM Nasrat, Randa M Nasrat, Mohammad M Nasrat

This study aimed to demonstrate that the antibiotic violence has rendered a domestic bug (Helicobacter pylori) to become wild in attitude instead of getting rid of it. The widespread prevalence and the challenges constituted by H. pylori; namely its close relation to acid peptic disease, gastric carcinoma and lymphoma have led to the widely-established medical concept that H. pylori eradication should be a necessary attempt. The flare up of these medical problems indicates that the current combined antibiotic therapy is not an effective measure to control all the challenges related to the stomach bug. H. pylori colonized the stomach since an immemorial time; the antibiotics could force H. pylori to migrate to another shelter which would render it to become a source of illness. The scientific interest of this study was focused on three groups of clinical conditions associated with H. pylori dyspepsia; chronic and recurrent colitis, uncontrolled hypertension under medication and newly discovered diabetes mellitus in adults. Eradication of H. pylori was done by natural measures; colon care and colon clear. All patients became free of any dyspeptic symptoms. The integral colonic function has been easily resumed in 33 patients. 15 patients were able to quit their antihypertensive pills and maintain normal blood pressure values. The diabetic condition has been successfully and permanently corrected in 10 newly discovered patients. On conclusion, Migration of H. pylori is associated with reasons of etiologic pathology due to accumulation of toxic amounts of ammonia somewhere in the body.