H Pylori Treatment
H Pylori attacks the stomach lining producing an enzyme called urease. This enzyme makes the stomach acid less acidic and almost neutralizes its effect and the resulting in the weakening of the stomach lining. The stomach cells are at high risk of being hurt by pepsin which is a strong digestive fluid and weakens the stomach lining. This leads to soars and ulcers. H Pylori tends to stick to the stomach cells and the stomach is unable to protect itself from these attacks. The area gets red and there is a swelling. The effect of H. pylori in the stomach makes it more acidic and health experts fail to understand the reason behind it.
The reason why H-Pylori shows no symptoms is because people having this infection have it for a long time maybe from birth and therefore grow resistance to its harmful effect. How H. pylori infects a person is yet unknown. It can happen through direct contact of the saliva, vomit or of fecal matter. Contaminated food could be another cause for acquiring the H. pylori bacterial infection.