Peter - Sub-health status (United States) Posted on December 30, 2012

Name: Peter                    
Sex: Male
Country: United States
Age: 51
Profession: Certified Public Accountant
Diagnosis: Sub-health status
Admission Date: September 22, 2011
Days Admitted to Hospital: 7 days

Before treatment:
Peter had a busy work life. From the start of 2008, he suffered from a sleep disorder, he had difficulty falling asleep without any obvious reason. He also suffered from poor spirits in the daytime, sexual hypoactivity gradually, obvious emotional changes and irritability. He didn't see a doctor. 5 months later, the patient's condition was aggravated. He often had palpitations and sweating before sleep. He had difficulty falling asleep and dreaminess after falling asleep. He also awoke after falling asleep. His four limbs had an involuntary jitter. He felt dizziness when he changed his posture, such as standing up or sitting up. He went to a local hospital and took medication for treatment. 2 weeks later, his sleep quality had improved. 2 months later, the above symptoms worsened again. He had difficulty falling asleep, and woke up 5-6 times a night, sweating, frequency of urination increased at night, mean voided volume was very small amounts each time. He only slept 3-4 hours each day. He felt mental fatigue during the day, and looked dull. He had difficulty with paying attention. He also had memory loss, anxiety, palpitation, irritability, headache, interest in sex disappeared, increased gray hair and lost some hair and found it hard to cope with day-to-day work. He went to many  hospitals for therapy in recent 2 years and tried drug therapy, sports therapy and acupuncture treatment. But his condition fluctuated. Past medical history: He was healthy before the onset of disease. There was no history of infectious disease, such as hepatitis. There was no history of trauma or blood transfusion. He has a history of smoking for the past 27 years and smoked 20 cigarettes each day. He had quit smoking in August 2006. There was no history of drug allergies.

Admission PE:
Bp: 140/80mmHg; Hr: 98/min. He was thin, dim complexion and gray hair. Through auscultation, the respiratory sounds in both lungs were clear, with no signs of dry or moist rales. The heart sounds were low and dull, with no murmur in the auscultation valve area. The abdomen had swelling and was soft. The liver and spleen was not touched. There was no edema in both lower limbs.

Nervous System Examination:
He was alert and had poor spirits. His speech was clear. The reaction was slow. His memory was declining. The recent memory had dropped obviously. The memory calculation ability and orientation were normal. Both pupils were equal in size and round, the diameter was about 3.0mms. The movement of both eyeballs was flexible and both pupils were sensitive to light stimuli. The forehead wrinkle pattern and nasolabial groove were symmetrical. The teeth were shown without deflection. The uvula was centered in the oral cavity. The neck was soft. The muscle strength of the four limbs was level 5, the muscle tone of the four limbs was normal. The tendon reflex of the four limbs was normal. The abdominal reflexes were not elicited. The cremasteric reflex was weakened. The penile erection had disappeared. Bilateral plantar reflex was negative. The pathological sign of the four limbs was negative. He had normal deep sensation and shallow sensation. The coordinate movement examination was normal. The meningeal irritation was negative.

Peter received treatment on March 22, 2010. He received 2 types of stem cell transplantation and received medication to control stem cells' differentiation and mature. At the same time, mobilize the patient's own reserved stem cells to perform normally. The patient also received some physical stimulation and train to promote cells performing the function. This was combined with comprehensive therapy.

After treatment:
Peter's blood pressure was stable around 130/80mmH, heart rate is stable at 75-85/min. The blood test and ultrasound showed no obvious abnormalities. He can fall asleep in half an hour. There is no palpitation, sweating or swirl. There is no waking up in the night. The dreaminess is reduced. The involuntary jitter has disappeared. There is no dizziness when changing position. He sleeps 6-7 hours each day. He has good spirit during the day and can focus his attention. He has better memory. He can deal with the daily work properly. He has better emotional self-control, some gray hair is now black. There is no palpitation, dizziness, headache and other discomforts. The erectile function is 30% recovered. 1 year follow-up, Peter's energy and stamina are improved significantly. The daily life and work are back to normal. He can sleep 8 hours each day. The sexual function has improved significantly.

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