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Gordon ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Gordon The regimen of medicines you are on is also used to treat H. pylori in the stomach. If you would like to set up an appointment with one of our cardiologists here at the Cleveland Clinic please feel free to call 1-800-CCF-CARE. Information provided in the Heart Forum is intended for general medical informational purposes only.
38:14: : : After reading some information from a couple of e-mail services, and doing : : research in medical research engines I am wondering about the helpfulness : : taking an antibiotic treatment to rid the body, particularly of the : : chlamydia p. to do away with the "smoldering inflammation" as it has been : : called. Any opinions on whether this may be effective?
Chlamydia pneumoniae/H. pylori/cytomegalovirus posted by Gordon Magee on September 30, 1998 at 16:26:59: : : : After reading some information from a couple of e-mail services, and doing : : : research in medical research engines I am wondering about the helpfulness : : : taking an antibiotic treatment to rid the body, particularly of the : : : chlamydia p. to do away with the "smoldering inflammation" as it has been : : : called. : Any opinions on whether this may be effective?
05:32: : : : : After reading some information from a couple of e-mail services, and doing : : : : research in medical research engines I am wondering about the helpfulness : : : : taking an antibiotic treatment to rid the body, particularly of the : : : : chlamydia p. to do away with the "smoldering inflammation" as it has been : : : : called. : : Any opinions on whether this may be effective?
05:32: : : : : After reading some information from a couple of e-mail services, and doing : : : : research in medical research engines I am wondering about the helpfulness : : : : taking an antibiotic treatment to rid the body, particularly of the : : : : chlamydia p. to do away with the "smoldering inflammation" as it has been : : : : called. : : Any opinions on whether this may be effective?
Go back to your doc and ask to be tested for H. pylori. And if he thinks that it's GERD he should suggest some form of acid suppression meds and following a GERD diet to try to tamp down the discomfort. But it's not going to help overnight. You'll have to be patient. The drug probably didn't cause the heartburn. You may have been ready to 'shown' the symptoms and the med just brought it 'to the surface.' Stress can play a big factor in making the symptoms more acute.
Any current thoughts or references on their relationship to CAD? Some recent publications associated H. pylori with stroke. 2. Is it thought that the process of stenosis due to infectious agents ongoing or limited to the periods where antibody titers may be high? 3. Any idea on how fast stenosis occurs...i.e. I had a "normal" stress ECHO and within 12 months had a substantial blockage. Thanks.
Bacterial vaginosis and H. pylori posetive and treated after. All other STD negative and no symptom. Pt: have no previous hx and this happen only after female partner has unprotected sex with her ex boy friend. Rule out reinfection..pt. do not have contact since he start treatment and medical care. Well..what next lab test or txt option or differential dx you think.
I got an x-ray of the area and found out it was a blockage of gas and stool. I was also tested for the H pylori and all that good stuff and it came back negative. An ultra sound didn't see this either. Try getting an abdominal x-ray.
I also had bright red blood in my stool fairly regularly - though that has stopped now and could be piles, which I’ve had before. Went back to the doctor, and he tested my stool for bacteria and parasites and my breath for H. pylori. Everything negative again. He wants to try a colonoscopy next - he says he suspects colitis. I was due to travel overseas, so just to see if he could zap it, he gave me a course of Azithromycin - 500mgs for 3 days.
I also had three lots of antibiotics during this period azithromycin,cirpo and h-pylori eradication between week 2 and week 7 I am hoping that this could be another virus or something like cryto sporidium poisoning or overuse of antibiotics but the symptoms are so like HIV. One of the guys I play golf with got similar symptoms to me minus the groin and rash thing.We have had the same thing for near on 3 months. However some good news I tested HIV duo and HEP C negative at 16 weeks.
I am fairly sure there is evidence that h. pylori can at least for some people play a role in preventing asthma (h. pylori induce inflammation and in some people ulcers but in many people they cause no problematic symptoms). There are many times more bacteria in a human body than cells. In gneral, bacteria do all kinds of positive things for humans, as sometimes cause problem.
-stool sample -Hepatitis A,B,C test -H. Pylori test -liver tests -kidney tests Thanks again. I am so worried about what this might be. The guilt of my actions and the possibility of infecting my girlfriend with something is killing me.
Pepsin, a digestive enzyme, and H. pylori, a common stomach bacteria, have been found in lung and sinus washings. This is also why the ears are usually affected before the sinuses—it’s a direct line from your throat to the eustachian tubes, whereas you have to take right angled turn to reach the sinus passageways in the nose. You may now be asking, "but what about the fever and the chills?
My slides were mixed up of the upper gi ( they reported colon polyps in my stomach) but then I was told that my results were negative for h. pylori. I've lost 24#, am currently on Azithromycin because my GI thinks it's a motility problem. The anbx took the nausea away for 2 days and it returned with intoduction of food. I start the day feeling good but as soon as I put food in the pain, nausea and bloating start. I've been tested for c. diff, cryptosporidium, giardia.
(This is different from the usual gas in the lower intestines.) One of my doctors says I have H. pylori, and I wonder if that could cause this symptom? Also, I probably have very low stomach acid, and I do better if I take a Betaine HCl capsule before meals. Taking digestive enzymes and Betaine HCl helps to prevent the terrible bloating/need-to-burp symptom. But I don't think it's merely an issue of poor digestion, since the problem is worse when I eat sugar (which is easy to digest).
course of amoxicillin (2 g per day) + chlarythromycin (1 g per day) + pantoprazole pfor H. Pylori. Later, stinging sensation appears few times. Dec 12 or so: frequent urination begins Dec 15: noticed crust in urethra. Saw urologist. Urine results normal but for WBC of 2-4. Chlam IgG (blood test) exactly borderline 1:320. I’ve asked for Chlam IgM (blood) and Chlam Ag (urine) tests but the results will take a few days.
Is it a risk factor for gallstone formation? Digestive Diseases and Sciences 43: 4 (APR 1998):854-862. 3) G Falck, I Engstrand, A Gad, J Gnarpe, H Gnarpe, A Laurila. Demonstration of Chlamydia pneumoniae in patients with chronic pharyngitis. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases 29: 6(1997):585-589. 4) K Numazaki, S Chiba, K Aoki, K Suzuki, S Ohno. Detection of serum antibodies to Chlamydia pneumoniae in patients with endogenous uveitis and acute conjunctivitis.
THe GI doctor thought she had a H. pylori bacterial infection, but the biopsy turned out negative. There are not many resources on the internet about mycoplasma, but I have read that it can cause gastrointenstinal problems. If the GI suspected an infection, and it was not H. Pylori, can it be mycoplasma? The GI doctor says it is doubtful, but what is the source of the infection in the first place? Brianna was on steroids at first which did not help her headache.
There are always exceptions. Helicobacter pylori that can cause an ulcer. But you can have GERD without the ulcer or H. pylori. I have it too. You can see a regular family practice doctor or an ENT for the tinnitis or for the rashes family practise or dermatologist. Staph can cause folliculitis. Do you have crusty or scab like spots that follow the hair follicules? That could be folluculitis. Staph or strep don't cause anemia. A parasite can. Diet can cause anemia and bleeding.
difficile and others) and my breath for H. pylori. Everything negative again. He wants to try a colonoscopy next - he says he suspects colitis. But I was due to travel overseas, so just to see if he could zap it, he gave me a course of Azithromycin - 500mgs for 3 days. I have just finished the course, and no real change. My question is… does all this make sense? Do my symptoms sound like colitis to you? Is it more likely to be one type than another given the location of the sensations?
So please take a peek at that also the other test he is doing are, bartonella, babesiosis, ehrilcosis, anoplasmosis, lyme pcr, coxiella burneti, rickettsia profile, p rheumatiod pcr, cocci titers and h pylori titers. I also wrote down my western blot results on wonkos post as well.
I do think he needs testing for H pylori and also giradiasis. I had giardiasis last year and was treated and I thought at the time that he may have it as our symptoms were teh same, and anyway we always get the same infections. I'll ask the doc about other parasites and about an antibiotic break. My husband still thinks it's the antibiotics that have trashed his stomach even though the generalist pediatrician didn't think so.
Thank you all for your interest & questions... It doesn't matter (really) what 'label' you have. Meaning which chronic illness you've been struggling with. I had lyme-type symptoms since 1988, following 2 miscarriages; BTW pregnancy dysregulates your hormones thyroid included and ups your 1,25-D levels... So, maybe that is why I can go back that far in my medical problems? As Dr Trevor Marshall, PhD states: "Everyone has a 'Pea Soup" mix of bacteria.
for instance recent research shows that H. Pylori bacteria is a common cause of ngu. that's also the bacteria responsible for many stomach ulcers. try telling your grand pappy that his ulcer is a std ( or better yet, tell grandma that it is....he he he ). All kinds of bacteria that is normal in the mouth but when it gets into the urogenital tract, causes issues. Most of the time, ngu is not going to be transmitted to your female partner unless of course it is caused by chlamydia.
biopsies of gastric mucosa (normal), jejunum (normal) -no H. pylori detected; cultures of aspirated stomach and intestinal contents negative for ova and parasites; no evidence of celiac disease. -CLOTEST negative for urease -hematology/blood work all normal (including electrolyte panel, total blood cells and diff, platelets, WBC, etc., etc; thyroid panel (T-uptake at 46%; T4, TSH, and FT4 index OK; transferrin, iron, etc.
biopsies of gastric mucosa (normal), jejunum (normal) -no H. pylori detected; cultures of aspirated stomach and intestinal contents negative for ova and parasites; no evidence of celiac disease. -CLOTEST negative for urease -hematology/blood work all normal (including electrolyte panel, total blood cells and diff, platelets, WBC, etc., etc; thyroid panel (T-uptake at 46%; T4, TSH, and FT4 index OK; transferrin, iron, etc.
biopsies of gastric mucosa (normal), jejunum (normal) -no H. pylori detected; cultures of aspirated stomach and intestinal contents negative for ova and parasites; no evidence of celiac disease. -CLOTEST negative for urease -hematology/blood work all normal (including electrolyte panel, total blood cells and diff, platelets, WBC, etc., etc; thyroid panel (T-uptake at 46%; T4, TSH, and FT4 index OK; transferrin, iron, etc.
biopsies of gastric mucosa (normal), jejunum (normal) -no H. pylori detected; cultures of aspirated stomach and intestinal contents negative for ova and parasites; no evidence of celiac disease. -CLOTEST negative for urease -hematology/blood work all normal (including electrolyte panel, total blood cells and diff, platelets, WBC, etc., etc; thyroid panel (T-uptake at 46%; T4, TSH, and FT4 index OK; transferrin, iron, etc.
biopsies of gastric mucosa (normal), jejunum (normal) -no H. pylori detected; cultures of aspirated stomach and intestinal contents negative for ova and parasites; no evidence of celiac disease. -CLOTEST negative for urease -hematology/blood work all normal (including electrolyte panel, total blood cells and diff, platelets, WBC, etc., etc; thyroid panel (T-uptake at 46%; T4, TSH, and FT4 index OK; transferrin, iron, etc.
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