Autoimmune diseases refer to medical conditions in which a human body’s natural defense mechanism “Immune System” attacks the body’s cells and organs by mistake. The usual function of our immune system is to protect us against infections and diseases. But, in autoimmune diseases, it starts destroying our body’s organs, tissues, and cells making it vulnerable to diseases and infections.
Due to unknown causes of autoimmune diseases and a variety of conditions, there has been no specific treatment proposed for these diseases. But, the Stem Cell Rejuvenation Procedure has proved to be the most accurate and proper treatment for autoimmune diseases. Shifa Regeneration & Rejuvenation Clinic has brought this advanced Stem Cell Procedure to Pakistan.
Stem Cell Therapy – The Only Proper Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases in Pakistan
Stem Cell Therapy is the only proper treatment for autoimmune diseases because Stem Cells possess self-renewal and regenerative attributes. So, they can organically maintain and balance the tissues, organs, and cells damaged after being attacked by the body’s immune system.
The recent and advanced technology of Stem Cell Therapy is a permanent solution to autoimmune diseases and their associated conditions. Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic which is Pakistan’s best Stem Cell Treatment Center has brought this effective and promising treatment to Pakistan. It is approved and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States, as well as Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan (DRAP).
Symptoms of Autoimmune Diseases
According to medical researchers and experts, over 80 types of autoimmune diseases are known. A majority of these diseases have similar symptoms; therefore it makes the diagnosis difficult for the healthcare practitioner or the physician. The early signs of these diseases include:
- Swelling and Redness
- Muscle aches
- Low-grade fever
- Problems in Concentrating or Paying Attention to something
- Hair loss
- Skin rash
- Numbness and tingling in hands and feet
Diagnosis of Autoimmune Diseases
Doctors often perform a combination of tests for the proper diagnosis of autoimmune diseases. The antinuclear antibody test (ANA) is one of the first tests that doctors use when symptoms indicate that the patient is having an autoimmune disease. A positive ANA refers that the patient is suffering from an autoimmune disease but it cannot diagnose the type of Autoimmune Disease.
Other tests that can be used for diagnosis are:
- Th1 and Th2 Cytokine Blood Test Panel | Basic
- CD4/CD8 Ratio Test
- Vitamin D Test
How Autoimmune Diseases occur?
Doctors, researchers, and experts in the medical field haven’t yet found the exact and specific causes or reasons for autoimmune diseases. However, they believe that a human body’s immune system malfunctions and attacks its own cells and organs due to some commonly known reasons. These reasons are defined below here:
- Gender and Ethnicity
Scientific and medical studies say that women are more likely to suffer from an autoimmune disease as compared to men. The reason for the high ratio of autoimmune diseases in women quoted by scientists is the excess of hormones during the childbearing years 15 to 40. One out of nine women of childbearing years is often diagnosed with an autoimmune illness.
Besides, autoimmune diseases can also occur in people due to ethnic differences and influences. The risks of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are found to be high in West Africans compared with Europeans, and risks of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are high in Native Americans compared with Europeans.
Some autoimmune diseases are considered genetic disorders like diabetes and multiple sclerosis. So, the people having a family history of autoimmune diseases are more vulnerable to catch one or more types of autoimmune conditions. Environmental factors like exposure to chemicals, infections, and viruses can also be possible reasons that can cause autoimmune diseases.
- Western Diet or Imbalance in Diet and Food Patterns
The Western Diet or Fast Food Items that contain high fat, sugar, and unhygienic materials are also major causes of autoimmune disorders. The inflammatory triggers start occurring in the human body when the immune system becomes hyperreactive due to foods and diets rich in high proteins and calories.
So, whether it is genetic, gender, western diet, or ethnic influence causing autoimmune disorders, the Stem Cell Regenerative Procedure is the best solution and medicine to properly treat any type of autoimmune disease.
Types of Autoimmune Diseases
- Type 1 Diabetes
One of the most common autoimmune disorders in Pakistan is Type 1 Diabetes. The insulin-producing cells called “Beta Cells” in the pancreas are destroyed due to the immune system’s attacks. As a result, the patient suffers from type 1 diabetes and becomes dependent on regular intakes of insulin. But, this isn’t a proper and permanent treatment. The Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic offers the best Stem Cell Treatment for type 1 diabetes in Pakistan where the patient is never dependent on insulin and other temporary solutions.
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis is also a type of autoimmune disorder because it occurs when antibodies are attached to the linings of joints. As a result, the immune system attacks the joints and causes inflammation of joints, pains, and swelling, etc. Stem Cells are the regenerative medicine in Pakistan at the Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic that can repair the damage with their self-renewal characteristics.
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
It is a type of autoimmune disorder where your immune system attacks nerve cells and causes symptoms that include pain, blindness, weakness, poor coordination, and muscle spasms. This condition is a serious and fatal one that can damage the normal functioning of the brain and spinal cord. In many cases, patients even cannot walk independently. There hasn’t been a proper treatment for this condition so far. But, the Stem Cell Rejuvenation Procedure has turned the tables in medical history by providing an efficient and accurate way to treat Multiple Sclerosis through stem cells.
- Graves’ disease
When the immune system starts producing antibodies that stimulate the thyroid gland to release excess amounts of thyroid hormone into the blood, this leads to hyperthyroidism. Graves’ disease symptoms include bulging eyes, weight loss, irritability, and rapid heart rate. Doctors prescribe medicines to suppress the overactivity of thyroid glands. In rare cases, it is suggested to remove the thyroid gland, using drugs or surgery to treat Graves’ disease. But, a proper and permanent treatment for Graves’ disease is found to be the Stem Cell Therapy that maintains the balance and normal functioning of the immune system through organically renewing, reproducing, and replacing the dead cells.
- Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
It is a type of autoimmune disorder where antibodies that are produced by the immune system begin attacking the thyroid glands and destroy the cells that produce thyroid hormone. Low levels of thyroid hormone lead to hypothyroidism. Doctors usually prescribe an oral synthetic thyroid hormone pill to restore normal body functions. But, it isn’t a proper and permanent solution for the condition. The Stem Cell Regenerative Procedure can help to treat this condition effectively through their self-renewal and regenerative characteristics.
How to get Stem Cell Rejuvenation Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases in Pakistan?
Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic is the first hospital in Pakistan that has brought this amazing and evolving technological treatment for the people of this country. The hospital is approved and regulated by the FDA, United States, as well as the DRAP, Pakistan.
Another advantage that the patients can get at this hospital is that it is the only hospital in Pakistan that is having the services of Dr. David Lawrence Greene who is a giant professional of Stem Cell Therapy and the founder and CEO of “R3 Stem Cell Clinics, USA”. For more information, consultation, and appointment, you may contact us at (051) 835-7790 or send an email at [email protected].
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