Bartonella Info

Bartonella Info

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What is Bartonella? Helicobacter pylori is a gram-negative bacteria that inhabits the stomach and duodenum. It causes a chronic low-level inflammation of the stomach lining and is strongly linked to the development of duodenal and gastric ulcers and stomach cancer. Over 80% of individuals infected with the bacteria do not have any symptoms..

How common is Bartonella
  • Research shows that H. pylori is present in 75% of the worlds population - that means 3 out of every 4 people are infected.
What symptoms can Bartonella cause? 

  • None: 80% of people do not have symptoms.

  • Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach): dull, gnawing, flaming or burning abdominal pain (usually in the upper abdomen).

    • An Esophagoduodenoscopy (EGD or Upper Endoscopy) will show "gastritis".

  • Stomach (Peptic) Ulcers: The most common symptom of peptic ulcer disease is dull, gnawing, flaming or burning abdominal pain, usually in the area just beneath the ribs. This pain typically gets worse when your stomach is empty and improves when you eat food, drink milk, or take an antacid. Other symptoms include: weight loss, loss of apetite, vomiting (may be bloody or look like coffee grounds), black or tarry stools.

  • Other Common Symptoms: fatigue, nausea or recurrent upset stomach, abdominal bloating and fullness, vomiting, indigestion, hiccups, repeated burping, weight loss, difficulty swallowing, burning throat, pain in chest or restricted breathing, slow GI motility, indigestion, reflux, feeling very hungry 1-3 hours after eating, sleep problems, mood changes/anxiety, skin changes (acne rosacea), nutritional deficiencies. Often there is weak spleen, and low Chi.

  • Nutritional deficiencies:
    • Anemia (iron deficiency), Low Vitamin B12 or Low Folic Acid.

What are some illnesses that are associated with H. Pylori? Autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto's and Graves), chronic hives, acne rosacea, and idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP).

Testing Guidelines for Bartonella:

What is the treatment for Bartonella?

  • Conventional Treatment:

  • Natural Herbal Treatment: 2- 3 months long (due to the lifecycle of the bacteria).
    1. Adrenal Support
    2. Optimize Thyroid
    3. Remove Toxins: Test for Mold, Heavy Metals.
    4. Herbal Agents: 
      1. A-Bart: Start with 1 drop at night, increase by 1 drop, every 4 days to 2 weeks, up to 30 dropse per day. Goal dose is reached when symptoms have stopped or if you do not have symptoms, the goal is 20 drops twice per day. Stay on goal dose for 2-3 months.
    5. Detox Support:
      1. Detox 2 Powder: 
    6. Anti-inflammatories: if needed to control abdominal pain.
      1. GI-Revive by DFH 1 TBSP, twice per day.
      2. A-Inflam
      3. Zinc Carnosine
    7. Low CHi:
      1. CHI Master

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