Black People : H. Pylori similar to HIV/AIDS

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  1. asmith161718

    asmith161718 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    After reading an article about a person misdiagnosis of heartburn I began to research more on GERD (acid reflux) and it's causes.

    My “Heartburn” Turned Out to Be Cancer

    Joe Moore suffered from acid reflux and heartburn for almost 40 years before being diagnosed with stage 3 esophageal cancer.

    H. pylori Natural Treatments: What it is & How to Get Rid of It - Dr. Axe

    Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that causes chronic inflammation and infection in the stomach and duodenum. Here are some natural treatments.

    H. pylori: What It Is + 9 Natural Treatments

    H. pylori is a bacteria that is highly contagious in crowds and people that live in unsanitary conditions. And like HIV it can also be transmitted by fluids. But unlike HIV it can be treated with Pepto Bismo and natural antibiotics like garlic and coconut oil along with a PPI like Zantec or Nexium. It can also lead to cancer and pneumonia and chronic coughing like HIV/AIDS.

    3 Is h pylori (helicobacter pylori) contagious? Is it possible for one person to transmit the bacteria that causes ulcers (helicobacter pylori) to another person?
    Dr. Harry Bray Dr. Bray

    1 doctor agreed:

    Yes, : Yes, h pylori can be transmitted quite easily from one person to another, although in modern, sanitary conditions, that transmission is much less common than it used to be

    Source: HealthTap,
    Can h pylori cause pneumonia that leds to sepsis - Answers on HealthTap

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    Can h pylori cause pneumonia that - Things You Didn’t Know

    Doctor answers on Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and More: Dr. Friedlander on can h pylori cause pneumonia that leds to sepsis: H pylori may be asymptomatic or cause gastritis, peptic ulcer and occanionally stomach cancer.

    Since there is still a significant proportion of African Americans living in poverty, and probably in unsanitary conditions, and have HIV/AIDS at a higher rate than the rest of the population, I wonder what are the possibilities that some have been miss diagnosed?

    Regardless. I'm willing to bet that there are not a lot of doctors out there who test for the bacteria even though 50% of the world's population has it. This could easily be contracted through sex or sharing utensils.