Is your child not capable of communicating properly? Do you observe your child experiencing difficulties in social interactions? If yes, you and your child aren’t the first ones with these neurodevelopmental disorders. Autism disease or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a combination of neurological disorders. A child suffering from such a disease can’t communicate and interact like normal people. ASD can develop either before or after birth just like a cerebral palsy disease. You might have heard about Stem Cell Therapy for Autism disease which is a recent fascination in biological research. This article aims at providing sufficient and authentic information about what autism is, how it develops, what are its symptoms and causes, and whether this new treatment of stem cell therapy is capable of treating autism spectrum disorder, or not.

Do you know that until 2015, 62.5 million children across the globe have probably been autistic according to medical research?

Let’s first learn about what is Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder, its symptoms, causes, and possible solutions.


What is Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism is the name given to neurobehavioral conditions. The person or child who suffers from this disorder is called autistic. But what exactly is Autism? Well, it can be a tricky question because autism can be a lot of things. This condition is now being referred to as Autism Spectrum Dysfunction because of its variety and diversity of symptoms. Autism spectrum disorder is a range of neurodevelopmental disorders that involves delays in the development of many basic skills and functions including the ability to socialize and to communicate. Autism spectrum disorder includes a variety of conditions such as autism, Asperger’s syndrome, and childhood disintegrative disorder. It is not always clear what the underlying cause may be for these different disorders but they do share some common features which include difficulties with social skills or communication that will affect your child’s ability to interact comfortably in groups – especially those around unfamiliar people and also leading them into isolationism at times where it would otherwise thrive normally due to an intense interest on something like STEM-related topics (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics).

Quite possibly, Autism in one person or child may be different from another autistic and that his/her autism may also be different from another autistic and so on. However, there are three basic symptoms that are observed in all types of Autism. Social interaction challenges, deviant responsiveness, and difficulty in communication. If all of these three or any one of these symptoms is present in your child, he/she can probably be autistic.

Let’s consider reviewing the symptoms in detail.


Signs or Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Symptoms of Autism are usually seen by the age of two years. Children with this

the condition can display a unique pattern of behavior and severity ranging from

mild to disabling people with an autism spectrum disorder.


Generally, autistic children have problems with: 


  • Social communication and interaction
  • Fluctuating patterns of behavior
  • Poor eye contact
  • Lack of facial expressions 
  • Failing to or being slow to respond to someone calling their names
  • Resistance to cuddling and holding
  • They want to play alone 
  • Retreating into his or her own world 
  • Having difficulty with verbal communication 
  • Problems using and understanding language 
  • Having difficulty with nonverbal communication such as interpreting other people’s gestures and facial expressions 
  • Having difficulty in sleeping 
  • Having an aggressive behavior 
  • Difficulty expressing emotions or feelings and may be unaware of others’ feelings
  • Having an unusual tone of voice that may sound singsong or robot-like
  • Patterns of behavior are usually limited such as repetitive movements and rocking, spinning, or hand flapping 
  • Have an over interest or fixating on an object or an activity 
  • Performing activities that can cause self-harm such as head banging 
  • Being more or less sensitive than others to sensory input such as light noise
  • Developing specific routine or rituals and becomes disturbed at the slightest change 
  • Food preference such as eating only a few foods or refusing foods with a certain texture


Do you know that medical researchers claim that boys are more likely to suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorder than girls? The ratio they have suggested between the genders is 4 to 1.


Causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder

The exact cause of autism is unknown. The research suggests that genes can act together with influences from the environment to affect the child’s development in a way that brings about autism spectrum disorder. Some certain factors that may make a person be at a higher risk of developing autism spectrum disorder may include a family history of the condition, being male having certain genetic conditions such as Down syndrome, fragile X syndrome, and Rhett syndrome, etc. Other causes may include having older parents, extremely premature babies or babies born before 26 weeks of gestation, and other disorders such as tuberous sclerosis.


Stem Cell Therapy for Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Regenerative medicine procedures are relatively new in the medical field discovered through extensive biological research. However, these modern treatment methods have shown great potential in treating several chronic diseases, illnesses, and complicated disorders. Doctors and physicians have already performed over 15,000 stem cell rejuvenation procedures with astounding results in the United States. Stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy has encouraged the doctors greatly to treat autism spectrum dysfunction with this advanced treatment. 

Although, it’s pretty hard and tricky to exactly diagnose a person being autistic. Even if someone is known to be suffering from ASD, doctors can’t help except recommend behavioral therapies and similar treatments. These methods help to improve a person’s life activities with time. However, cognitive learning exercises and behavioral therapies can’t properly treat the internal damage that causes such complications.

The only phenomenal treatment for such neurobehavioral conditions like autism is stem cell therapy. This regenerative medicine treatment can effectively treat the internal damage in the brain that causes autism and its associated conditions. Premature births, being male, having older parents, infections before, during, and after birth, genes, and family history, etc. can cause an affected or disturbed brain development. When the brain gets affected during its neurodevelopmental phase, certain brain cells get damaged or dead. As a result, the brain doesn’t function properly to control body functions and senses properly.


Major Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy for Autism 

It’s to the credit of stem cell rejuvenation procedure that it can reinstate and reproduce the damaged neuronal cells. Stem cells have natural regenerative or self-renewal qualities through which they offer purely organic reproduction and growth of damaged cells. This regenerative medicine procedure is entirely safe and risk-free, having long-term effects. It doesn’t involve struggling with a patient through behavioral therapies. It doesn’t demand you to put your patient into the hassles of surgical operations that are risky and painful. Also, stem cell therapy for treating autism spectrum disorder doesn’t require regular medications or procedures. This advanced treatment method saves you from all types of dangers, risks, and side effects. At the same time, stem cell treatment is the only way that save you from consuming a huge amount. It’s a highly effective and economical treatment for autism.


 How much does Stem Cell Therapy cost for Autism?

Since, the Stem Cell Rejuvenation Procedure is a highly modern, advanced, and technological treatment, many people would think of a high cost for this treatment. But, the fact is that this treatment actually saves you an unbelievable amount of money.

Here’s how stem cell therapy is economical.

Conventional medications and usual treatments demand regular intakes of medicines and medical checkups after every week or twice. Besides, they require several precautions and particular diet plans while taking medications from a doctor. The longer the treatment goes, the heavier amount is consumed in treatment. In the end, you only have a little bit of pain relief but the internal damage remains there. In the case of treating autism through stem cell therapy, you’ll be advised to apply several behavioral therapies that involve an immense consumption of energy and amount. Such treatments also work only to bring changes in behavior and mood patterns that don’t really appear urgently. Conventional treatments for autism can’t promise effective treatment but only enable a person to improve their lifestyle. Besides, you’ll definitely consume a huge amount of money by visiting physicians, psychologists, and therapists.

Stem Cell Therapy to treat Autism won’t demand you all of the aforesaid hassles, extra time, and of course, a huge amount. It is the organic rejuvenation procedure that repairs and grows the damaged nerve cells naturally. Once the cells are repaired and reproduced, the patient starts feeling a change in his/her body functions automatically. This treatment doesn’t demand you to visit the doctor again and again nor it would require regular intakes of medicines followed by severe restrictions and precautions. The procedure is as simple as an injection and has miraculously long-term effects.

In the United States, the average cost of stem cell therapy for autism varies from $10,000 to $12,000, or more. But, if you are in Pakistan, you can get this advanced regenerative stem cell treatment for autism spectrum disorder for as low as $5000 to $6000. You don’t need to worry about the credibility of the procedures as Stem Cell Therapy is already regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States.


Is Stem Cell Therapy for Autism available in Pakistan?

Shifa Regenerative and Rejuvenation Clinic is Pakistan’s first and paramount stem cell hospital that has brought this cutting-edge treatment technology to Pakistan. This hospital runs under the approval and registration of the Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan (DRAP). This hospital is the only stem cell rejuvenation center in Pakistan that offers FDA-approved stem cell procedures. Another major advantage to people brought by Shifa Rejuvenation Clinic is that the renowned orthopedic surgeon and expert professional of regenerative medicines Mr. Dr. David Lawrence Greene has a formal collaboration with the hospital. You can visit the clinic or its website to learn more about stem cell therapy for autism and other chronic diseases.

Best medical decision I ever made! The stem cell procedure is quick, easy and has no recovery down time! Great alternative to surgery if that is an option.




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