I am Jacob, a 57 year old man who has MS and I had my first major MS attack 10 years ago at age 47. I went off to the native doctor with my symptoms and was misdiagnosed as having had a stroke. I was properly diagnosed 8 years ago. I was fortified by my neurologist to begin the treatment using beta interferon to halt the headway of attacks which I did for 3 years. Regrettably for me, the treatment did not stop the progression of my incapacities. I also felt gave it me some revolting side-effects, so I decided to stop. My frailties continued to upsurge and ultimately, I was forced out of work. So, for ten years, my health worsened and I amassed many debilities.
I had read much about stem cell therapy and often speculated if it might help me. In October 2011, I decided undertake stem cell therapy in India. One evening, I received a call from the clinic notifying me I had been accepted as an appropriate applicant and to arrange when I would like to go through their treatment. The hospital staffs are well proficient at looking after patients and all spoke English. The doctor gave me a session of what would happen and also clarified of any conceivable dangers. The process of extracting the bone marrow from my hip was carried out fairly easily. I simply had to be lying down on my side and the surgeon extracted the bone marrow from my hip. Since I was not in a position to see him doing the process, I can only describe it as being about as uncomfortable as a dentist session. The procedure only took about 30 minutes. They then send the bone marrow off to the laboratory where they detached the stem cells and treated me successfully. I rationalized my notes about my stem cell therapy. My quality of life has improved so intensely after this treatment.