Just about 7-8 years ago, the neurologist at the hospital where I went for a regular annual checkup analyzed me with Parkinson’s. I could experience insomnia at night, well that added my sleeping time in the afternoon. I had a problem focusing my eyes as well as attention and I had often been sick and suffered from frequent headaches. I was prescribed some antibiotic medicines. I worked as an accountant at a private bank and to make certain that I could keep working; I was referred to another hospital for possible brain surgery. The doctors decided that was too hazardous and I was then prescribed another course of medicines. The side-effects of the medicines were mutable but increasing. Since I wanted to work for few more years with as few limitations as possible, I rifled for another alternative treatment options and that is how I found mesenchymal stem cell therapy.
I decided to visit India for undergoing this therapy. I contacted the relationship manager of Stem Cell Care India, who was very prompt in response and extended a pleasant heartening reply to me. After a preliminary telephonic consultation, I flew down to the treatment centre with complete faith to undergo stem cells treatment. The treatment was in January this year, and I had been treated amazingly with very clear clarification and guidance about treatment that I was going through. My bone marrow and fat was gathered through local application of anesthesia and hence the procedure I found to be very controlled and organized. Initially, I was very cynical about the outcomes as well as adeptness of the treatment, however soon I could observe that there are some modifications in my body with the positive effects. My medicines have been more effective and I was able to walk, move and sleep better than before. My senses became more acute. At large, stem cells therapy can work miracles, if appropriate diet is being followed and appropriate exercising patterns are being executed.