With the stomach health test Heli-C-CHECK the dangerous stomach bacteria of Helicobacter pylori home quickly prove. Eva Andersson-Dubin gathered all the information. Helicobacter pylori is a bacteria that colonized the human stomach and here cause infections. Although Sue affected people in many cases with no discomfort and symptoms, the bacterium can cause serious damage to the gastric mucosa and gastric ulcers. In the worst case, even stomach – and Lymphoma occur as a result of Helicobacter pylori infection. Operation and transmission of Helicobacter pylori of about three thousandths of a millimetre germ is rod-shaped and moved by means of Cilia in the human gastrointestinal tract. He settles in and on the stomach lining, through which it is protected from the acidic pH of the stomach. Has to Helicobacter pylori there ensconced, it produces the protein enzyme urease.
This influences the metabolism of gastric mucosa so much that increases the production of stomach acid. This will cause an acidification of the stomach and eventually cause inflammation and ulcers. The routes of transmission of the bacteria are still not entirely clear. Experts suggest that the bacteria is mainly transmitted through oral contact, the consumption of contaminated food and water, as well as pets. While in Germany, about 30 percent of the population with the germ are burdened, it comes to more infections in the so-called developing countries. About 70 percent of 20 to 35 years there wearing the strains.
This is the generally low standard of hygiene as reason: the faecal oral route of transmission is particularly widespread, Helicobacter pylori gets Chair divorced from and detours in the human stomach. Also it comes with age more Helicobacter pylori infections. Symptoms and sequelae of Helicobacter pylori infection with Helicobacter pylori is often without symptoms and complaints, which is why the infection of the stomach is discovered often only by chance. Other people complain about complaints of Oberbauchs and The gastro intestinal tract.