The stomach germ is the main cause of stomach ulcers, which are bacteria in the shape of a twisted spiral. This germ lives in the stomach, and can stay there for many years without the person being aware of it, and it causes many diseases.
It also causes stomach ulcers and colon irritation and has a great ability to destroy the small intestine. In addition, the presence of this germ in the stomach for many years can lead to cancer of the stomach or colon. This germ is very common and infects many people around the world. It affects more than 40% of the world’s population.
These pains can be minor or severe and unbearable as the disease develops. And when the stomach is full of food, the patient also feels tired and has stomach pain accompanied by gas and severe gas, even if the patient eats light meals.
A patient with gastric bacteria significantly loses weight and their appetite for food decreases. The patient feels that he does not want to eat any type of food and loses his appetite significantly, even to foods that were previously appetizing. And the stomach pain experienced by a patient constantly plays a large role in the feeling of not wanting to eat.
Lethargy and fatigue
Symptoms of lethargy and fatigue are among the most important signs a person experiences with stomach germs. The patient feels tired, exhausted all the time, and unable to engage in any activity. The patient also feels a strong desire to sleep for long periods of time. The main reason for feeling tired and exhausted is that food is not digested well in the patient’s stomach and wastes are not excreted from the body. This leads to a drastic increase in toxins in the body. The stomach germ also causes minerals and vitamins not to be absorbed well into the body, which leads to anemia, which also makes you feel lethargic and tired.
Bloating, heartburn and vomiting
A patient with stomach germs constantly feels bloated, whether their stomach is full or empty, and whether they eat light foods or fatty foods. However, the feeling of bloating and increased gas increases when the patient leaves the stomach empty for a long time or when the patient eats fatty foods. In addition, the patient feels the acidity and acidity experienced by the stomach germ patient differ from the normal acidity. The main reason for feeling heartburn is probably due to the consumption of foods that are fried or containing a lot of oil, the patient experiences permanent acidity, causing regrowth in the gallbladder. The patient also has vomiting, which is very common. Vomiting occurs when eating food, and this vomiting may be accompanied by a little blood.
Change in oral odor
the patient’s mouth smells bad even with regular tooth brushing and oral care. Bad breath results from an infection of the stomach with infections and the presence of rotting food leftovers inside the stomach.
The patient is bleeding, and the bleeding comes out of several areas, whether it comes out with vomit or stool.
the stomach germ causes recurring stomach ulcers, causing severe pain in the stomach area and loss of appetite for food.
Anemia and anemia
the patient suffers from it because the iron is not well absorbed in the body and the frequent bleeding that the patient experiences.