The symptoms of Helicobacteriosis. After 6-8 days after infection, the patient begins to note signs of inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract: pain, nausea, vomiting, belching.  Pain sensations often occur in fasting state and decrease after eating. It also forces the patient not to take things seriously. Meanwhile, bacteria are left in the body and at any time can begin its destructive work. Although they may not show its presence for years. The risk of invasion of their pathogenic activity is increased by the failure of nutrition, smoking, alcohol abuse, stress, weakness of general immunity, and infectious diseases.

Who can be damaged by Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection? Infection is facilitated by a low standard of living and neglect of personal hygiene rules. People who live in dormitories, boarding schools, orphanages, as well as medical workers are ill most often. In third world countries, the disease is registered more often than in developed countries. It is worth noting that in the civilized countries of the world, in recent years, cases of the disease among a fairly well-off population have been documented.