• Frequently Asked Questions

    I have a duodenal ulcer. What caused this?

    The gastric or duodenal ulcer may be as a result of an infection in the stomach caused by a bacterium called Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) or by taking aspirin or arthritis-treating medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.  The most common type of therapy used to treat H. pylori now includes two antibiotics plus a PPI drug. It is important that all the pills be taken as scheduled in order to obtain the greatest chance of eliminating the bacteria.

Enhancing lifelong health

The Canadian Digestive Health Foundation believes our ability to help establish, enrich and protect a healthy gut microbiota is the key to lifelong health

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