H. Pylori Specialist for treating Helicobacter Pylori

Professional and Comprehensive Treatment by Experienced Gastroenterologists

At Triborough GI, we understand the discomfort and stress that Helicobacter Pylori can cause. That’s why we offer professional and comprehensive treatment options to help you get rid of the bacteria safely and effectively.

Our experienced gastroenterologists will guide you through the entire treatment process, ensuring that you receive personalized care and attention. We use state-of-the-art technology and the latest medical advancements to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients. Don’t let Helicobacter Pylori control your life – contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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H. Pylori Specialist: Discover the Benefits of Their Treatments

  • Personalized and comprehensive treatment plans tailored to your individual needs
  • State-of-the-art technology and medical advancements for the most effective treatment options
  • Experienced gastroenterologists who provide professional care and attention
  • Safe and effective treatment options that prioritize your health and well-being
  • Ongoing support and guidance throughout the entire treatment process

Our Doctors who treat Helicobacter Pylori

Our team of experienced H. Pylori Specialist are dedicated to providing the highest level of care and attention to our patients. With years of experience and a commitment to ongoing education and training, our team is well-equipped to handle all aspects of Helicobacter Pylori treatment.

Igor Grosman, DO, FASG

Igor Grosman, DO, FASG

Gastroenterologist & Obesity Medicine Specialist

Igor Grosman, DO, FASG, is board certified in both gastroenterology and obesity medicine, serving patients at Triborough GI in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island, New York.

Alexander Brun, MD

Alexander Brun, MD

Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist

Alexander Brun, MD, is a board-certified specialist in internal medicine and gastroenterology. He serves the communities of Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Bronx, New York, at Triborough GI.

Prateek Chapalamadugu, MD

Prateek Chapalamadugu, MD

Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist

Prateek Chapalamadugu, MD, is a board-certified gastroenterologist at Triborough GI serving the communities of Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island, New York.

Nancy Chen, MD

Nancy Chen, MD

Gastroenterologist, Obesity Medicine & Hepatologist

Nancy Chen, MD, is a board-certified gastroenterologist and internist at Triborough GI, a gastroenterology clinic with locations in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island, New York.

Ilona Rabinovich

Ilona Rabinovich

ANCC Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Ilona Rabinovich is a ANCC board certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). She is dedicated and compassionate with a strong commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare to all.

Konstantin Peysin, DO

Konstantin Peysin, DO

Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist

A board-certified gastroenterologist, Dr. Konstantin Peysin currently practicing at Triborough GI, located in Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island, NY

Where are we located?

Triborough GI is conveniently located in the heart of New York City, with easy access to public transportation and ample parking options.

Important information about Helicobacter Pylori

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What is H. Pylori?

Helicobacter pylori, better known as H. pylori is a bacteria that attacks your stomach lining. More than half of the world’s population has H. pylori. It can cause inflammation of the stomach lining, resulting in peptic ulcers.

An H. Pylori infection is known to spread through fecal-oral, gastro-oral and oral-oral transmission from one infected person to another. This occurs through contamination of food and water or directly through fecal matter or saliva. If left untreated it could lead to diseases such as Stomach Cancer. The reason why some individuals never show any symptoms while others suffer greatly from H. Pylori is still unknown

It’s estimated that 30-40% of Americans are infected with Helicobacter pylori (H. Pylori), however they just don’t know it because many never get sick. When untreated, it stays in your stomach, where it can ultimately cause a stomach ulcer or cancer.1.

What health conditions develop due to H. pylori?

Helicobacter pylori or H. pylori, is a bacterium that is unique because it survives in stomach acid. Once H. pylori is in the stomach, it migrates to areas that are less acidic and releases virulence factors such as urease. It then secretes an enzyme that neutralizes stomach acid. The bacteria then infect your stomach lining, where they can cause:

  • Chronic gastritis
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Duodenal ulcers
  • Iron deficiency anemia
  • Stomach cancer

H. pylori is the most common cause of stomach ulcers and chronic gastritis. It is also a primary cause of gastric cancer and stomach cancer.

How do I get Helicobacter pylori?

The majority of individuals with H. Pylori do not have any symptoms. Once you get an H. pylori infection, it can last a lifetime if it goes untreated. In many patients, it causes such a mild infection, they are unaware it is there.

The bacteria spread through contact with a contaminated person or by consuming food and water containing the bacteria. H. Pylori can also be passed through saliva, vomit or stool.


If you develop a chronic infection, you will experience symptoms such as:

  • An ache or burning pain in your abdomen
  • Heartburn
  • Abdominal pain that’s worse when your stomach is empty
  • Shortness of breath
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Frequent burping
  • Bloating
  • Unintentional weight loss

Gastritis, a stomach or duodenal ulcer and stomach cancer can all cause bleeding that passes through your GI tract and leaves the body through your stool. This type of blood in stool makes your bowel movements appear black and tarry. If you notice this symptom, schedule an appointment at Triborough GI for a thorough checkup.


The doctors at Triborough GI test for H. pylori using a urease breath test. During this test, you drink a fluid that contains carbon molecules. If you have an H. pylori infection, the carbon is released when the beverage is digested in your stomach.

The carbon leaves your body as you exhale, so you only need to breathe into a bag, and your doctor uses a device to detect carbon molecules. Other forms of diagnosing H. Pylori include:

Fecal Antigen Test
Blood Titers
Upper GI Endoscopy


Triple therapy is used to treat H. pylori. It usually consists of two antibiotics, Amoxicillin and Clarithromycin, to prevent the bacteria from developing resistance to one specific antibiotic, together with acid-suppressing drugs such as proton pump inhibitors. The antibiotics take care of the bacteria, while the proton pump inhibitors give your stomach time to heal.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Helicobacter Pylori treatment typically takes 1-2 weeks.

Yes, Helicobacter Pylori can come back after treatment.

To prevent Helicobacter Pylori from coming back, it’s recommended to maintain good hygiene, avoid sharing utensils and food, and take all prescribed medications as directed.

Helicobacter Pylori is contagious and can be spread through saliva, vomit, or fecal matter.

Insurance coverage for Helicobacter Pylori treatment at Triborough GI depends on your specific insurance plan. It’s recommended to check with your insurance provider to confirm coverage.

Triborough GI has the top NYC gastroenterologists in Brooklyn, Staten Island and the Bronx. Our doctors provide only the most specialized and extensive care for H. Pylori. Our motto is that the patient’s care comes first! Highly reputable and top rated in NYC, our gastroenterologists will thoroughly examine, diagnose and treat you in any way they can.

Schedule an appointment at (718) 332-0600 today with one of our Triborough GI doctors at our Brooklyn, Staten Island or Bronx locations for any questions or concerns you have regarding H. Pylori treatment.


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