notasperfectasyou wrote:I have spent a couple weeks on the internet trying to find folks who have had stem cell therapy .... and I must not be very good at it. So, I thought I'd ask here at my MS Info Home, TIMS.
SammyJo wrote:I have improved many of these symptoms myself with various alternative treatments I've done (LDN, cannabis oil, CCSVI tx, stem cells, ketogenic diet, mythelation/nutrigenomics). Some gave me amazing recovery then faded, but much has lasted, especially after stem cells. Still in a wheelchair, but I've been on a remission streak since May 2014, heat tolerance to 85 F, can sweat again, able to exercise, can get out of my wheelchair and walk on occasion especially on a niacin flush. Don't feel sick and miserable anymore, fatigue is down, but when I stand the orthostatic hypertension is very limiting.
notasperfectasyou wrote:Thanks NHE, do we know what type of stem cells this treatment was?
ElliotB wrote:"It works, just not for everyone."
IMHO, if it really worked, wouldn't it work for everyone?
(I looked into doing this treatment a few years ago, and like so many other alleged 'cures', "it works, just not for everyone", so I came to the conclusion that it likely does not necessarily work and decided against doing it.
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