Elly -Sub-health status (Singapore) Posted on December 30, 2012

Name: Elly                       
Sex: Female
Country: Singapore
Age: 34
Profession: Restaurant manager
Diagnosis: Sub-health status
Admission Date: September 22, 2012
Days Admitted to Hospital: 7 days

Before treatment:
Elly was very busy in May 2008, so she began suffering from mental stress and to appear sleep disturbed. She felt drowsy at night, but had difficulty with falling asleep. She was easily wakened and had difficultly falling back to sleep again after waking up. She slept less than six hours each night. She needed medication to improve sleep. In January 2009, Lucy suffered from poor appetite, eating less than normal, constipation, lack of vitality, poor exercise tolerance, fatigue after activity, endocrine disorders, menstrual disorders and other symptoms. She went to a local hospital, but didn't receive a clear diagnosis. She only received symptomatic treatment. She didn't present obvious effects after the treatment. In March 2010, Elly began having obvious mood swings, symptoms of aging, gradual depletion of performance, and memory loss, which the recent memory impairment was more severe. She also had osteoporosis, bone and joint pain from hyperplasia, which included difficultly getting up and down the stairs, decreased skin elasticity, facial skin laxity, wrinkles and skin pigmentation increased. She suffered from decreased resistance to pathogenic micro-organisms, suffered from a higher respiratory infections risk, and the treatment period was long. In the past two years, Elly visited many hospitals and tried many drugs and even exercise therapy, but the effect was not good. The physical examination showed she had hyper lipidemia and impaired glucose tolerance in July 2012.

Admission PE:
Bp: 120/75mmHg; Hr: 70/min. Temperature: 36.3 degrees. The skin and mucosa was intact, with no yellow stain or petechia. She had cutis laxa. The skin in the facial area had more wrinkle and had obvious brown hyper pigmentation. She showed normal development, normal body type and symmetrical thorax. Through auscultation, the respiratory sounds in both lungs were clear, with no signs of dry or moist rales. The heart sounds were strong; the rhythm was regular, with no murmur in the auscultation valve area. The abdomen was smooth and soft, with no masses. There were sounds when she exercised her bilateral knee joints.

Nervous System Examination:
Elly was alert. Her spirit was good and her speech was fluent. Recent memory was poor. She had difficulty recalling an event which occurred 2 days ago. The calculation ability was almost normal. The examination of cranial nerves was normal. The muscle strength and muscle tone of four limbs were normal. The tendon reflex and abdominal reflexes of the four limbs were normal. The pathological sign was negative. Both sides of the body were able to finish the finger-to-nose test, digit opposition test, rapid rotation test and the heel-knee-shin test in a stable manner. There were no signs of meningeal irritation.

Elly received treatment starting on September 22, 2012. She received stem cell transplants. She received medication to adjust nerves, endocrine, and immune network in vivo. This was combined with adjusting the stem cell differentiation and maturation. At the same time, mobilize the patient's own reserved stem cells to perform and function normally.           

After treatment:
Elly's symptoms have improved. She is in good spirits, emotionally stable, able to resume normal life, and sleep normally. Her body has begun rejuvenation, skins smoother and tighter, and it seems to have restored the skin elasticity. The wrinkles and pigmentation have reduced. The patient's hematopoietic immune system has been re-established and the immune function is restored to normal. Her memory has improved. She received a stable and lasting effect. The gastrointestinal peristalsis and absorption has been enhanced.  She has a good appetite. The constipation has disappeared. Elly has increased interest to the surroundings, and now participates in various activities actively. Bilateral knee pain has some relief. She likes to participate in physical exercise because vitality has increased, and she feels full of energy. The constitution has improved significantly.  Stem cell anti-aging and health care has improved the body's various lipoprotein metabolism functions, reduced Elly's plasma triglycerides, total cholesterol, lowered her low-density lipoprotein levels effectively, and her glucose tolerance has returned to normal.

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