2. Sharing Infectious Materials
Water isn’t the only place where H. Pylori can be found. Any material that has been infected with the H. Pylori bacteria immediately becomes an infection risk for anyone who touches it – and you should take special care when working with anyone who has contracted the condition during their recovery stage to ensure that you don’t get it yourself.
Sharing infectious materials can sometimes be one of the causes of contracting the condition. Make sure that all utensils and things like cups be removed and sterilized as soon as possible and keep both wet wipes and antibacterial wash or spray nearby to help reduce your risk of spreading a potential infection.
Infectious material is a potentially vast definition and anything that’s been used or discarded by someone with H. Pylori can serve as a potential way to pass it on to someone else. Even obsessive hand-washing isn’t always enough to stop contracting the condition.