Hi everyone, I just want to ask members here who happen to know about H pylori. I am working in a nursing home and Diagnosed with H pylori. And family members are assumed to have the same as its highly contagious. And my workplace had a case of hepatitis C, though I got my self tested 3-4 times as I was so scared of getting it and I was negative.. But then symptoms were like H pylori. Were are very acidic, we burped a lot, nauseous, tummy pain in the middle of chest to right abdomen under ribs... Our outputs ( urine and poo) are so stinky.. its smells so bad. Urine color is dark as yellow the same as the light signals ( just to be specific).. Do H pylori cause these smell?? Some workmates were diagnosed as well though I doubt if they get tested to HEP C . Some of them are so sick that in the morning they looked haven't slept all night...Anyone can share their thought would be highly appreciated.. Thanks
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