The MSC's have successfully been administered in a clinic in Montreux Switzerland on Feb. 19, 1-1.5 million cells per kg body mass, 50% intravenous and 50% injected into the brain fluid via the spinal cord. The whole procedure lasted 20 minutes and is relatively benign. I was brought to my room where I would spent the next 2 nights. I was asked to remain horizontal in bed for 10 hours following the procedure. I fell asleep and woke up 3 hours later feeling fine. It was only in the evening that pain kicked in. It felt like an iron rode was shoved up my $$$ sending pain all the way thru my back to my head. Pain killers helped me through the first 48 hours and 2 days later I could forget it ever happened. Has it worked? Still early days and I will have to come back to you on this question in say 8 to 10 weeks. Only thing I notice at this stage is an improved ability to focus my sight and some extra vitality. Is it real? Has it got anything to do with the MSC's or is it a coincidence, or maybe placebo? Your guess is as good as mine.
Will keep you informed, Asher
it is good to hear that everything went well. I hope you will show some real improvements in the following weeks and months. Do you know anything how the improvements usually occur? Do people experience significant improvements in weeks or just in months if the treatment is succesful?
Did the professor said anything about interference with drugs or other procedures? If yes, then how long should you stay away from them after infusion?