The overall prevalence of H. Pylori in the developing countries is 50.8%, with the highest one presented in Africa (79.1%). Hybrid therapy is supposed to be more effective as a first-line regimen for Helicobacter pylori infection in Egypt than the Reverse hybrid and non-bismuth Levofloxacin quadruple therapies. We are aiming here to compare the Hybrid, Reverse hybrid, and Levofloxacin quadruple therapies as first-line therapy, trying to reach the safest, cost-effective, and compliance-inducing regimen in Egypt. We will conduct a randomized controlled (interventional) study at Zagazig University Hospital, internal medicine department clinic, on 330 patients. 110 patients will be allocated to each regimen.