Multiple Sclerosis

managing multiple sclerosis with stem cell treatment

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is generally accepted to be an immune system complication – the body's immune system erroneously assaults, and hence injures, the 'myelin sheath' safeguarding the brain and spinal cord nerve cells. This injury makes the relay of messages to and from the cerebrum to be impeded, scrambled or halted completely. This is what prompts the manifestations of MS.

 

Injury to the myelin sheath has been proven to bring about 'setbacks’ or MS assaults. During these assaults, side effects occur and remain present for upwards of 24 hours to many months. After some time, if the nerve fibres also get to be injured, or totally damaged, this can prompt "advancement" of the MS and a progression in disability.

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How Do Stem Cells Function in Patients Suffering From Multiple Sclerosis?

This stem cell therapy is intended to focus on the myelin sheath by infusing adult mesenchymal stem cells past the blood brain hindrance in order to enable them separate and repair the nerve cells of the myelin sheath. This procedure is known as remyelination. Also, since Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune syndrome, adipose acquired mesenchymal stem cells can repair the immune system; and stop it from assaulting itself. This procedure is called immunomodulation. By remyelination and immunomodulation, we aim to be able to enhance our patient’s lives and how they manage Multiple Sclerosis.

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What are The Primary Types of MS?

→ Relapsing remitting MS (RRMS);

→ Secondary progressive MS (SPMS);

→ Primary progressive MS (PPMS);

→ Progressive-Relapsing MS.

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Symptoms

Individuals experiencing Multiple Sclerosis usually experience the ill effects of the symptoms listed below that might be enhanced by stem cell treatment:

→ Tiredness

→ Itching

→ Pain

→ Balance and walking disorder

→ Depression

→ Changes in vision

→ Numbness

→ Mood swings

→ Impaired judgment

→ Impaired understanding

→ Minimal muscle coordination

→ Sexual issues

→ Garbled speech

→ Stammering

→ Bladder and bowel disorder

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What Should Be My anticipation After My Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment?

Following the treatment there will be negligible ache in the stomach region with soreness and injuries present for about 1 to 2 weeks. We suggest patients rest as could reasonably be possible to allow their stem cells to recuperate.

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