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Up to 85% of people infected with H. pylori never experience symptoms or complications. [10] Acute infection may appear as an acute gastritis with abdominal pain (stomach ache) or nausea . [3] Where this develops into chronic gastritis, the symptoms, if present, are often those of non-ulcer dyspepsia : stomach pains, nausea, bloating , belching , and sometimes vomiting or black stool . [11] [12]