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Helicobacter Pylori Ag Eia Stool
My boyfriends Helicobacter pylori AB, EIA Blood test came back with a result of 1.0 which is more than the standard range. What does this mean?
Past infection: That he was exposed to h.p. at some point in his life. It doesn't mean that he has it now as an acute infection, although he could. This test will tell you about past infection. For acute infection there are other tests that can be done. You didn't comment if he has symptoms or not, or if he was treated in the past? I suggest he follow up with PCP. ...Read more
Helicobacter pylori (or h.Pylori) is a common bacteria which infects the lining of the stomach and can cause ulcers and stomach irritation, among other problems. It is fairly common on the United States and even more common in other parts of the world. It can be diagnosed by blood tests, stool tests, endoscopy, and several other methods. Treatment is a 7-14 ...Read more
My husband 41, doc did a stool test Just came back as " Helicobacter Pylori" what exactly is this? He has been having pain in his stomach.
Bacteria: Helicobacter Pylori is a bacteria that can live in our stomachs that is associated with causing ulcers in the stomach. If your husband has stomach pain and a positive Helicobacter Pylori test than his doctor should consider treating with antibiotics and medications to block acid formation in the stomach. ...Read more
Chronic gastritis; chronic duodenitis, hyperemic gastric mucosa; positive helicob. Pylori stool test. Do i need treatment for helicobacter pylori?
I want to know about my test,
parasitology,test stool=blastocystis hominis few
heaceck too much?
Tests: TSH or thyroid stimulating hormone is normal range 0.5 to 4.5 Lymphocyte at 45% is mildly above normal range of 40% Helicobacter pylori 14.4 is normal (above 40 is of concern), and blastocytosis hominis is a type of protazoa seen in the stool It is seen in many people who have no symptoms. Its cause of pathology if any has not been clearly established. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many types: Helicobacter pylori is typically treated for 14 days with dual antibiotics therapy (Amoxicillin + Clarithromycin or Metronidazole + Tetracycline derivatives, and bismuth subsalicylate with proton pump inhibitor (Omeprazole or Lansoprazole Pantaprazole or Esomeprazole). To assess for eradication of Helicobacter pylori infection post treatment, urea breath test is utilized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
H.pylori: Helicobacter pylori (or h.Pylori) is a common bacteria which infects the lining of the stomach and can cause ulcers and stomach irritation, among other problems. It is fairly common on the United States and even more common in other parts of the world. It can be diagnosed by blood tests, stool tests, endoscopy, and several other methods. Treatment is a 7-14 day course of antibiotics. ...Read more
Treat the H.pylori: H.Pylori status is checked with the intention of treating the infection to eradication, when found. Household contacts that are co-infected (fecal-oral route) should receive concurrent therapy to avoid re-passing the infection from the untreated partner to the treated one. ...Read more
Stomach bacteria: H. Pylori is a bacteria found in the stomach. It does not necessarily cause ulcers, but is associated with ulcers over 90% of the time. If found, it can be treated with a combination of different medications, see your doctor for a prescription if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
H.pylori: H.Pylori is a known and well established cause of gastritis. In those infected with this organism, the stomach becomes inflamed with resulting gastritis. <a href="http://www.Laendo.Net/english/helicobacter-pylori-hpylori" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.Laendo.Net/english/helicobacter-pylori-hpylori</a>. ...Read more
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