Video on what causes most Ulcers
What are Ruptured Ulcers ?
1. A Ruptured Ulcer or Perforated (a small
2.This is a serious
3. Due to Untreated Ulcers caused by helicobacter pylori or other conditions that are not
treated and ignored.
4. Acidic fluids in the stomach leak out through the perforations or small holes in the
lining. The fluids are very toxic.
The Wall of the Stomach
The lining or the mucosal wall of the
stomach or other parts of gastrointestinal tract contain the acidic fluids in the stomach necessary to
digest foods we ingest.
Layers of the Stomach Wall
There are four layers that make up the stomach lining...
Causes of Ulcers Why helicobacter pylori is so dangerous, and how it
attacks the stomach lining.
Helicobacter pylori damage Video
1. Helicobacter pylori infections. Over 50% of the world's population is infected with
Helicobacter pylori. This bacteria is adapted to forming a coating when entering the stomach which
prevents the acid in the stomach from killing the Helicobacter pylori. Tje infedtion then lodges itself n
the mucous layer of the stomach which protects it from the acids. Very few organisms can survive the
2. Proton Pump Inhibitors Video
3. H2 Receptor Blockers
4. Many medications will treat the symptoms. They will not cure the Ulcer. They
can be very useful in an integrated method of reducing pain, acid production, and in treating the ulcers while
in the www.boweldiseases.net/blog
A person’s body is a fantastic and incredible thing. Thousands of
chemical reactions stimulated by nerves, using enzymes, go on constantly in order to keep us alive. We take
these for granted just like blinking when an object comes near our face. They are involuntary meaning that no
thought or action on our part is necessary for them to begin and finish the job required.
Digestion has always been one of the most interesting to me because it utilizes
so many different methods to get the nutrients into the blood system in a pure and sterile form. At the
same time it processes the food we ingest in order to capture all of the nutrients, it eliminates the
If all of these processes were not enough, it uses a multitude of bacteria in
order to carry these processes out. Bacteria line our digestive organs and protect us. Bacteria
decompose many of the foods we eat. Bacteria out compete bad organisms which can cause serious harm and even
death if they get out of control.
Each specific type of bacteria needs an exact environment to thrive. They
reproduce very fast, so a minor change of the digestive environment can lead to a changing bacterial population
within a day or two. This can even occur in hours!