10 Causes of H Pylori

Cause Of H Pylori #2: Contaminated Water

Most of the people reading this will be fortunate in that they have access to clean drinking water. Just turn on the faucet and the water will pour out, free from potentially harmful bacteria. Not all people are so fortunate, though, and even drinking water can be risky to them.

People in some parts of the world don’t have access to clean drinking water. Even if it does look clear, it can still be full of bacteria, such as H. pylori. We shouldn’t be too complacent about drinking water in developed countries either. Our drinking water can become contaminated if we are careless.

Causes Of H Pylori

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