One day, I noticed that my mother began to disremember things. This kept snowballing and we decided to take medical assistance and checked with the doctor. It was then she was spotted with Alzheimer’s disease. During the following months, little by little, the sickness affected her walking until she was eventually confined to a wheelchair. Her walking was faltering due to phantasms and imaginary obstacles. She could only manage some steps, leaning on two persons with bent legs nearly touching the ground. She had lost all sense of restraint. She became enduringly incontinent. During a transitory period of time she did not sleep, even after taking prescription medicine. It was heartbreaking to see my mother going all emotionless and she even began losing a lot of weight.
It was this point which enforced me look into an alternative option. I made the decision to take her for a stem cell treatment even though our doctors, lecturers and even my brother disagreed and discouraged me. When we arrived at the clinic for the stem cell therapy in India, Ciara did nothing but shriek. But the process was well systematized and was speedily implemented. Ciara showed no sign of gigantic pain from the process, which was a respite to us as this implied that she is not hurt from the extraction procedure. During the following months, my mother was recuperating her aptitude to get familiar with her close relatives. She was able to go to the washroom on her own. She had not felt the impulse to go to the bathroom in a long time. At large, we can say that after stem cell therapy, her remembrance has improved regarding day-to-day activities. Her physical capacities have improved. She is walking more securely. She is steadier emotionally as well. To me, these are all optimistic signs of cell regeneration; particularly when I recall my mother`s physical and emotional condition before the treatment.