It happened in May 2003. I was on my way into my bedroom when I precipitously collapsed. Luckily, my wife comprehended that I had had a stroke and instantaneously called for the emergency doctor. I was examined at the hospital. It demonstrated my wife’s fears were correct. I was administered diverse drugs to try and stop the bleeding in my brain. Sometime around midnight, the bleeding eventually stopped. I had to remain in intensive care for three more days then I was shifted to the observation ward. After two more days, I was shifted to a regular ward. I had lost the capability to swallow and so I had to be tube-fed. I also had lost my capability to speak; I was only capable of some few, short words. Immediately after the stroke I could not sit. I felt dreadful and I had lost all hope that I would get better, particularly as I suffered from relentless headaches.
Then, I decided to go in for stem cell treatment in India. I went to Stem Cell Care India and there, after diagnosing me, they started with the treatment. Extraction of stem cells and injection of the stem cells was entirely without problems. Astonishingly, there were no headaches at all instantaneously after I woke up from the anesthetic. After some days I had another surprise. I was able to put part of my impaired foot on the ground and few days later I could put the entire foot down flat. The following six weeks showed further improvement. Talking became a lot easier. The words started to come back and my vocabulary widened speedily. Steadily, I found it easier to keep my balance and I was able to walk progressively. Regaining the capability to speak and walk aided me to return to my old life. I am relishing it so much and I am very appreciative. When I think back of the days in hospital when I thought my skirmish was in vain.