You wrote: "He recommends a triple Antibiotic
treatment over a period of 1-2 weeks. It seems that this treatment is 85% successful."
And, what it really means 85% successful?
Can you call it a success if you do not have helicobacter pylori, but you endup with chronic candidiasis?
What kind of success is that?
How many of those treated endup fighting reoccuring Candidiasis for the rest of their life?
I would be very carefull to recommend triple Antibiotic
treatment for anything! There are lifestyle changes, cleanse and herbs that can fix most problems in most people (over 98%)
The best way to fix helicobacter pylori is to try herbal tinctures.
There are several good tinctures, but I would first try with Hulda Clark
's herbs (Clarkia) and with Tobacco Leaves tincture.
Also, try to research Cayenne tincture, and tincture made of "Plantago Major".
Dealing with helicobacter pylori without fixing underlying causes (improving diet & lifestyle, doing dental cleanup, kidney cleanse
and liver cleanse, house cleanup, life cleanup, Water Cure
, salt cure, foods that kill
...) is not going to give long lasting results.
Helicobacter pylori infection is not caused by Antibiotics
deficiency, and reocurrance can not be prevented with Antibiotic