Association of a probiotic to a Helic...

Association of a probiotic to a Helicobacter pylori eradication...

There are 4 comments on the BioMed Central story from Mar 26, 2013, titled Association of a probiotic to a Helicobacter pylori eradication.... In it, BioMed Central reports that:

Tomas Navarro-Rodriguez , Fernando Marcuz Silva , Ricardo Correa Barbuti , Rejane Mattar , Joaquim Prado Moraes-Filho , Marice Nogueira de Oliveira , Cristina S Bogsan , Decio Chinzon and Jaime Natan Eisig The treatment for the eradication of Helicobacter pylori is complex; full effectiveness is rarely achieved and it has many adverse effects.

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simsim

Münsbach, Luxembourg

#1 Apr 2, 2013
The conclusion seems bizarre when you look at the results
Lynette

Newport News, VA

#2 Apr 2, 2013
simsim wrote:
The conclusion seems bizarre when you look at the results
hey simsim i took probiotics during my treatment & after reading about some side effects others had with there treatment, such as diarrhea, thrush, etc, i didn't experience any of those things. As a matter of fact my treatment went pretty easy. I was just annoyed to have to take that many pills in a day (8 total) and for the length of time (14 days) but i did it, did not have any other choice. I pray to God i never have to do it again. How u doin :-)
simsim

Münsbach, Luxembourg

#3 Apr 2, 2013
Lynette wrote:
<quoted text> hey simsim i took probiotics during my treatment & after reading about some side effects others had with there treatment, such as diarrhea, thrush, etc, i didn't experience any of those things. As a matter of fact my treatment went pretty easy. I was just annoyed to have to take that many pills in a day (8 total) and for the length of time (14 days) but i did it, did not have any other choice. I pray to God i never have to do it again. How u doin :-)
Hi

i just read the article you can see at the top with conclusion "Conclusions
The use of this probiotic compound compared to placebo in the proposed regimen in Brazilian patients with peptic ulcer or functional dyspepsia showed no significant difference in efficacy or adverse effects. " and I dosagree with this conclusion based on the data provided in the article. What do you think?
Lynette

Newport News, VA

#4 Apr 2, 2013
I disagree as well,,,,,i believe it did and it does make a difference but the operative word they used was "significant" in there conclusion it did not make a significant difference, it seems they would have liked it to be a much greater percentage.

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