Stem Cell Therapy for Lupus

Stem Cell Therapy for Lupus

Stem Cell Therapy for Lupus

 

Lupus is a kind of chronic inflammatory disease in which the immune system attacks healthy organs and tissues of the body. Lupus can affect multiple body systems at a time including the brain, lungs, heart, kidneys, joints, blood cells, skin, and lungs. This ailment often becomes hard to diagnose as the signs are very similar to other diseases. There are many people, who have a tendency to develop lupus in their gene. The bad thing about this disease is that it can’t be cured; you can only control it by proper treatment.

Types of Lupus

One can see a different kind of Lupus and the most common type is Systemic Lupus Erythematosus or SLE. Other types of this disease include drug-induced, neonatal and discoid (cutaneous). Systemic lupus erythematosus is the most severe type of lupus as it attacks the organs and systems of your body. There are many cases, where lupus has affected the kidneys, blood, lungs, joints or heart of the patients.

Drug-induced lupus is resulted from the consumption of certain prescription drugs and the signs are very similar to systemic lupus erythematosus. Procainamide and Hydralazine are two most popular medications for developing this ailment and there are more than 400 prescribed drugs that trigger the condition.

Discoid lupus only affects the skin and it is recognized by the rashes on the neck, scalp and face. Discoid lupus doesn’t affect any internal organs but the disease can’t be predicted or prevented.

Neonatal Lupus is a rare kind of lupus and the condition is mostly observed among the newborn or unborn children. The signs are skin rashes and complications related to the blood and heart.

Signs of Lupus

The signs of Lupus are exceptional and it develops slowly or suddenly. The common signs of Lupus are,

  • Muscle stiffness, swelling and joint pain
  • Fever and fatigue
  • Skin lesions that appear or worsen with sun exposure (photosensitivity)
  • Butterfly-shaped rash on the face covering bridge of the nose and the cheeks
  • Fingers and toes turn blue and white during stressful periods or when exposed to cold (Raynaud’s phenomenon)
  • Aches on chest
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of memory, confusion and headache
  • Dry eyes

Reasons for Lupus:

Prescribed Drugs- The signs can result from the use of certain prescription drugs like antibiotics, blood pressure medication or anti-seizure medications.

Infection- Infection can enhance the possibilities of Lupus among some people.

Sunlight- The sunlight can also trigger an internal response for Lupus in many people.

Stem Cell Treatment for Lupus

Stem cell treatment is a preferred alternative for patients who couldn’t achieve desired results from other treatments. Mesenchymal stem cell research has been found to be very effective in various treatments for more than 80 diseases and hence this therapy is different compared to other traditional methods for Lupus.

Advantages

  • Lesser chance of side effects
  • Reduces medication dosage
  • Heals the long-term effect of lupus
  • Prevents damage to internal organs

Expenditure

The cost of stem cell treatment differs as there is no standard cost. If you are willing to get the treatment at a discounted price, we recommend you to get the treatment abroad to avail lucrative discounts on your treatment.

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