​SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS

INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION

Lupus, also known as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is a chronic (long-term) disease that produces systemic inflammation and impacts numerous organs.

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus symptoms.

SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS

SLE, or systemic lupus erythematosus, is the most prevalent form of lupus. SLE is an autoimmune condition where the immune system attacks its own tissues, leading to extensive tissue damage and inflammation in the organs that are afflicted.


It can have an impact on blood vessels, the brain, the lungs, the skin, and the joints. In addition to having an impact on the skin and joints, it can also harm the kidneys, pleura, pericardium, heart, and brain, among other body organs. Fatigue, weight loss, and fever are common side effects in individuals.


Although there is no known cure for lupus, lifestyle modifications and medication therapies can help moderate it.

SYMPTOMS

Symptoms of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE).

​A person’s symptoms may differ and evolve over time. Typical signs include:

  • Severe joint pain and exhaustion
  • Chest pain
  • A rash that appears on the cheekbones and nose
  • Hair loss
  • Inflammation
  • Anaemia
  • Issues with kidney
  • Ulcer in the mouth
  • Raynaud’s phenomenon, which causes tingling and the whitening or blue-tinged of fingers in cold temperature

HOW IT WORKS? WORKS?

​Currently, it is unclear what causes lupus. The cause of lupus is still a topic of research. There are elements that may contribute to the disease even though the precise reason is unknown. There are a number of potential risk factors for lupus, including.

DISEASE

SYMPTOMS

Genetics

Although there is no specific gene associated with the ailment, lupus sufferers frequently have relatives who also have other autoimmune diseases.

Environment

  • UV rays 
  • Specific drugs
  • Viruses
  • Physical or emotional stress
  • Trauma

Sex and hormones

Women are more impacted by SLE than men. Along with their monthly cycles and during pregnancy, women may also have more severe symptoms. Both of these findings have led some medical experts to speculate that the female hormone estrogen may contribute to the development of SLE. To support this notion, more study is still required.

CURRENT TREATMENT TREATMENT

SLE has no known treatment. Treatment aims to reduce symptoms. Depending on the extent of your symptoms and the areas of your body that SLE affects, your treatment may change. The therapies could consist of:

  • anti-inflammatory drugs for stiffness and joint discomfort, such these choices that are offered online
  • creams with steroids for rashes
  • use of corticosteroids to reduce immunological response
  • medications to prevent malaria for skin and joint issues
  • For more severe cases, consider immune system agents that specifically target the disease

WHAT WE OFFER? OFFER?

STEM CELL RESEARCH - CELLTIMAX CELLTIMAX

CelltiMax is a product derived from human umbilical cord-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). The cells are cultured, then administered to the patient via intramuscular or intravenous injection.

The cells have low immunogenicity making them safe, well-tolerated and free of side effects. They have the ability to differentiate into specialized cells with specific functions for various parts of the body, and can reduce inflammation, repair, renew, regenerate, and replace damaged cells.

Benefits of CelltiMax

  • Improve bodies natural healing ability
  • Modulate the immune system
  • Locate & reduce the area of inflammation
  • Replace damaged & diseased cells​

HOW IT WORKS? WORKS?

BENEFITS OF OUR TREATMENTS OUR TREATMENTS

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Review your medical history & recent evaluations

Explore what your treatment package might look like​

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Answer any questions you have about the therapies

Discuss practical next steps, ​if you feel we can effectively treat you

Review your medical history & recent evaluations

Explore what your treatment package might look like​

Answer any questions you have about us

Answer any questions you have about the therapies

Discuss practical next steps,
​if you feel we can effectively treat you