Testimonial of L.N. after the first course of stem cell treatment
Diagnosis: Secondary progressive cerebrospinal multiple sclerosis with spastic paraparesis of lower extremities. Urine incontinence. EDSS – 7.5.
Date of treatment: 24-25 September 2012
Dear EmCell doctors,
It has been one month since my first stem cell treatment (24.09.12) so here is an update as promised. Apart from a week of jet-lag on my return to Australia, I have generally been feeling quite good and have actually noticed a few small improvements!
Firstly, bowel and bladder function seems to have improved in that the intense urgency to urinate has lessened to a much more normal sensation and I have been using a mild herbal laxative to increase bowel movements. Whereas I could only manage one to two bowel motions per week, this has now increased to three to four per week.
Secondly, I now have an appetite. Before having treatment I never used to feel hunger but now it is common for me to wake up feeling hungry and then again prior to my evening meal.
I also seem to be sleeping much better and not waking several times during the night, unable to get back to sleep. I average around 8 hours of deep sleep per night and I feel SO much better for being able to sleep well!
I am continuing to take all my nutritional supplements and have increased my intake of protein in my diet so hopefully the repeat of my blood test (due late December) will show an improvement in protein levels.
I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for the fantastic care you took of me and my daughter while we were visiting your clinic. ALL the clinic staff made us feel so welcome, safe and cared for – we’re both very much looking forward to meeting you all again!
If there is anything further you wish to know, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Thank you so much,
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