Helicobacter pylori Antibodies Blood Test Kit

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Helicobacter pylori Antibodies Blood Test Kit Bio Health Labs

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Helicobacter pylori Antibodies Blood Test Kit

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Ordering the BioHealth test kit is a simple process

1. Purchase the BioHealth test kit from VitaLiving.com. You never have to pay for shipping.

2. Your BioHealth test kit will be mailed to you.

3. You will also be provided with a Free Return Shipping label to send your samples to the lab.

4. Collect your saliva or stool sample as per directions in the test kit.

5. Mail the test kit using the Free Shipping label.

6. Your test results will be emailed to you within 3 weeks.


The IgM antibody is the early responder. IgM is elevated during the early stages of an exposure to H. pylori. There are two possible outcomes, either the immune system will eradicate the bacteria or the bacteria will begin to populate the mucosal lining of the upper GI tract. If IgM is the only elevated antibody to H. pylori, it must be correlated with active symptoms to warrant treatment. If asymptomatic, it is quite possible that the patient’s immune system has won the battle with H. pylori on its own. If treatment is not chosen at this time, it would be prudent to retest in 2-3 months to make sure that the patients’ immune system has in fact eradicated the infection.


The IgA antibody is the intermediate responder and quantitatively the second most prevalent humoral antibody. If IgA is elevated, there is presumptive evidence that an infection exists and it is transitioning from acute to chronic/long term condition. An elevated IgA level frequently accompanies an elevated IgG level.

The IgG antibody is the long term responder. IgG elevations mean that either a long term chronic infection exists that was either treated or untreated, or it is indicative of a protective antibody from a past infection that was resolved. Also, present research studies indicate that a positive IgG is in fact an ongoing infection, provided the patient was not treated for H. pylori within the previous six months. The patient must be asked about current symptoms and past H. pylori infections and treatments in order to distinguish clinically relevant results. If necessary, other lab tests may be indicated to clinically correlate all data to a final accurate diagnosis.

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Ordering the BioHealth test kit is a simple process

1. Purchase the BioHealth test kit from VitaLiving.com. You never have to pay for shipping.

2. Your BioHealth test kit will be mailed to you.

3. You will also be provided with a Free Return Shipping label to send your samples to the lab.

4. Collect your saliva or stool sample as per directions in the test kit.

5. Mail the test kit using the Free Shipping label.

6. Your test results will be emailed to you within 3 weeks.


The IgM antibody is the early responder. IgM is elevated during the early stages of an exposure to H. pylori. There are two possible outcomes, either the immune system will eradicate the bacteria or the bacteria will begin to populate the mucosal lining of the upper GI tract. If IgM is the only elevated antibody to H. pylori, it must be correlated with active symptoms to warrant treatment. If asymptomatic, it is quite possible that the patient’s immune system has won the battle with H. pylori on its own. If treatment is not chosen at this time, it would be prudent to retest in 2-3 months to make sure that the patients’ immune system has in fact eradicated the infection.


The IgA antibody is the intermediate responder and quantitatively the second most prevalent humoral antibody. If IgA is elevated, there is presumptive evidence that an infection exists and it is transitioning from acute to chronic/long term condition. An elevated IgA level frequently accompanies an elevated IgG level.

The IgG antibody is the long term responder. IgG elevations mean that either a long term chronic infection exists that was either treated or untreated, or it is indicative of a protective antibody from a past infection that was resolved. Also, present research studies indicate that a positive IgG is in fact an ongoing infection, provided the patient was not treated for H. pylori within the previous six months. The patient must be asked about current symptoms and past H. pylori infections and treatments in order to distinguish clinically relevant results. If necessary, other lab tests may be indicated to clinically correlate all data to a final accurate diagnosis.

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