Diabetes II

Diabetes is an autoimmune medical condition affecting our health. We see symptoms of frequent urination and greater thirst.









Diabetes is mainly categorized into type I and type 2. In type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance is developed due to which cells are unable to utilize insulin for glucose breakdown. Diabetes when unrestrained can lead to loss of sight, kidney failure, heart diseases and stroke. Therefore it is very essential to keep excessive high level of glucose in the blood stream under check. Diabetes is highly overlooked in the preliminary stage. And the seriousness of the situation is realized only in advanced stages.

There is no permanent diabetes cure except for medications and insulin vaccinations. However, Stem cells technology has practically fulfilled the promise of dead cell substitutions with the new one. With this unique Trans differentiation ability of stem cells, it is possible to develop insulin generating beta cells that are lost from the body.

Symptoms of Diabetes

Major Signs of Diabetes in patients include the following :

  • Always tired, thirsty, hungry
  • Vaginal infections
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Numb or itchy hands or feet
  • Rapid weight loss
  • Frequent urination
  • Wounds that won't heal
  • Fuzzy vision
  • So, it is very important to take responsibility of your condition in Diabetes. Diabetes can affect almost every organ of the body. Diabetes needs to be treated in time to avoid major complications. The stem cell therapy approach mainly focuses on delivering the sufficient number of Adult Autologous Stem Cells which will travel into multiple areas of the damaged parts.

    Diabetes Stem Cell Therapy:

    Diabetic stem cell therapy: Years of eating patterns that have put a strain on the body's ability to regulate blood sugar with insulin can lead to adult-onset diabetes in one's later years, also, along with all the additional risks diabetes brings along to the heart, circulatory system, eyesight, and more. Acute health problems also show occurrence increases with age, such as heart attacks and stroke. These in general are traceable to one or more of the chronic conditions stated above is an example, as we age and if we suffer with cardiovascular disease or diabetes, there is an obvious increased risk for a stroke or heart attack. Diabetes is still one of the world leading causes of early death. A person who develops diabetes is in many cases required to adopt a complete life style change whereby a strict practice of daily insulin injections is compulsory for the rest of their lives. In addition, regular monitoring of their blood sugar level is required.

    For the treatment of diabetes, stem cell therapy has shown remarkable results. With Diabetes patients need the stem cells to target the pancreas and other affected areas in the body. The stem cells are stimulated to home to the affected area's then initiate a pancreatic regeneration, restoring endolethial interactions in the pancreas results into correction of the associated elevated blood sugar levels.

    Results Achieved With Stem Cell Therapy

    Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes Results after Stem Cell Infusions Include:


  • Major decrease in Fasting Blood Sugars and the level of Hemoglobin A1C.
  • Noteworthy decrease in Triglyceride levels.
  • Measurable improvement in Kidney Function with a decrease in Creatinine levels.

  • Other Benefits to Our Diabetic Patients after Stem Cell Treatment:


  • Developed capacity for physical activities.
  • An increased feeling of vitality.
  • A reduced risk of complications.
  • Loss of numbness.
  • Loss of itchy skin.
  • Loss of Nocturia i.e. having to wake up from sleep to urinate
  • An increased libido


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