Autoimmune Diseases

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What is Autoimmune Disease and How it Develops

Our immune system is connected with our central nervous system and consists of various organs and cells performing different duties. Our immune system’s main objective is to defend the human body against threatening infections, several diseases, and unknown elements that enter our bodies. Nevertheless, there are situations where the immune system attacks a person’s own healthy cells and tissues. This happens because the immune system stops recognizing its own cells and elements, terminating them as if they were a threat. Situations like these make way or might be a reason itself to develop Autoimmune Diseases.

Source Of 50 Plus Other Diseases

The source of this conduct by the immune system is still unknown and requires more details by the medical researchers, nonetheless, in some situations, it is thought to be triggered by contact with dangerous microbes, such as bacteria or threatening viruses. There are various other environmental factors as well, especially in the people who carry a hereditary tendency towards Autoimmune Disease.

There are around 50 known Autoimmune Diseases, their symptoms usually display mild skin rashes when they are still developing to life-threatening diseases that attack fundamental organs or systems of the body when they become fully developed. Although each medical condition is different, the weakened functionality of our immune system is evident in all 50 of them. Patients can face a painful failure of multiple organs as they might get affected simultaneously, and signs depend on which tissues are affected or destroyed.

Commonly Found Autoimmune Diseases

As many Autoimmune Diseases begin in the mature years of a patient’s life, it is better to keep an eye on any minute signs that could relate to this disease and get it checked at the earliest, so that the disease doesn’t grow to be more lethal. Most Autoimmune Diseases have some common indications, such as tiredness, dizziness, feeling sick, and a low-grade fever. Among the most common Autoimmune Diseases are Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Multiple Sclerosis, and Systemic Sclerosis. The diagnosis is made through blood tests and other tests.

Stem Cell Treatments for Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune Diseases are progressive, which means they will keep on getting worse, painful, and difficult to deal with time if there is no treatment given to the patient. In this sense, the stem cell procedures used to treat this disease will show quick signs of the disease is being contained and then eventually subside. The use of high-quality stem cells in treating these diseases will be crucial and the whole treatment will be based on the use of stem cells acquired either from umbilical cord stem cells or amniotic fluid-derived stem cells.

Apart from this, the medical practitioners must have ample knowledge about the patients’ conditions, and the severity of the disease before the procedure is conducted. Once the details about the condition and the patient are recorded, the stem cell treatment can be initiated with quick administration of the regenerative medicinal therapies.

Why R3 Stem Cell Pakistan Is Best for Autoimmune Disease Treatment

R3 Stem Cell Pakistan comprises highly advanced medical staff along with state-of-the-art medical equipment that allows them to treat their patients with excellence. We use only premium quality stem cells that are procured by following strict regulations defined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from the US and Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP). R3 Stem Cell is serving the people of Pakistan in multiple cities of the country and offers complete treatment solutions for autoimmune diseases. R3 Stem Cell Pakistan also provides ‘Free Consultation’ simply reach our staff at (051) 889-6711, or WhatsApp us at 0332-8896111, or simply email us at info@r3stemcell.pk.