Stem cell treatment for Liver Cirrhosis
Cirrhosis is scarring of the liver. Scar tissue forms because of injury or long-term disease. Scar tissue replaces healthy liver tissue and blocks the normal flow of blood through the liver. A liver with too much scar tissue cannot work properly. You cannot live without a liver that works. But early treatment can control symptoms and keep cirrhosis from getting worse.
Cirrhosis can lead to other serious problems:
You may bruise or bleed easily, or have nosebleeds.
Bloating or swelling may occur as fluid builds up in your legs or abdomen-the area between your chest and hips. Fluid buildup in your legs is called edema; buildup in your abdomen is called ascites.
Medicines, including those you can buy over the counter such as vitamins and herbal supplements, may have a stronger effect on you. Your liver does not break medicines down as quickly as a healthy liver would.
Waste materials from food may build up in your blood or brain and cause confusion or difficulty thinking.
Blood pressure may increase in the vein entering your liver, a condition called portal hypertension.
Enlarged veins, called varices, may develop in your esophagus and stomach. Varices can bleed suddenly, causing you to throw up blood or pass blood in a bowel movement.
Your kidneys may not work properly or may fail.
Your skin and the whites of your eyes may turn yellow, a condition called jaundice.
You may develop severe itching.
You may develop gallstones.
Breakthrough stem cell treatment has shown that stem cells are able to regenerate and repair damaged or destroyed liver cells. For patients with liver cirrhosis, this means improved liver function, shrinking the liver, decreased pain and a significantly improved quality of life.
Adult stem cell therapy for Liver Cirrhosis offers the safest and most effective treatment alternative for this disease and it is quickly becoming a preferred treatment in Asia. Our hospital offers unique access to the best stem cell therapies available at leading medical facilities.
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