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Ulcers

Ulcer is one of the most common diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, characterized by the formation of a small size defect (up to 1 cm, seldom more) on the mucosal (and sometimes submucosal) membrane of the stomach, resulting in an aggressive action on the mucous membranes. As a chronic disease it has alternating exacerbation and remission periods. Commonly the ulcer disease is considered to be irreversible due to the scar formation at the site of the gastric mucosa. But today a unique technique of scarring treatment, based on the use of adult autologous stem cell therapy allows the elimination of this problem. Anyone who knows about stem cell therapy method can visit cell therapy clinic SwissMedica ХХI century and get rid of problems that recently seemed to be insoluble.

There are about 400-500 ulcer cases per 100 thousand of people. Most often, the disease is common among the urban population. It may be so due to the psycho-emotional factors and nutrition. Generally, men suffer more often than women, but women increasingly ill in middle age (during menopause), which is caused by hormonal changes in the body.

Ulcers formation mechanisms

Defect appears as a result of certain factors that lead to an imbalance between the protective factors of gastric mucosa (gastric mucus, gastrin, secretin, bicarbonates, mucous and epithelial barrier of the stomach) and aggression factors (Helicobacter Pylori bacterium, hydrochloric acid and pepsin). As a result, there is weakening of action and/or reduced production of protective factors and enhancing production of aggression factors whereby non-resistant portion of the gastric mucosa exposed to the inflammatory process with the subsequent formation of the defect. With the use of standard treatment the defect overgrowth with the connective tissue and scar formed. The area where the scar was formed has no functional ability.

Two main ulcer causes

Helicobacter Pylori bacterium. In certain favorable circumstances, the bacterium has a devastating effect on the cells of the gastric mucosa and destroys local protective factors that result in ulcer formation. Infection occurs through saliva (non-observance of hygiene, use of not-washed dishes after an infected person).
Increased acidity. It is caused by an increased release of hydrochloric acid, which is corrosive to the mucous membrane of the stomach.

Factors that lead to the formation of ulcers:

  • Neuromuscular and emotional stresses which leads to increased secretion of gastric juice.
  • Genetic predisposition, including hereditary acidification.
  • Smoking and drinking alcohol.
  • Chronic inflammation of the gastric mucosa.
  • Eating disorders.
  • Abuse of sour, spicy and rough food.
  • Long-term use of drugs which.

If you feel some digestion or other stomach problems we recommend you to pay attention to the connection between ulcer and stem cell therapy and visit our clinics (or at least have a consultation).

Ulcer symptoms during the exacerbation:

  • Cutting or stabbing pain in the upper abdomen that sometimes extends to the left hypochondrium.
  • Dyspepsia: heartburn, nausea, vomiting, acid regurgitation, constipation.
  • Weight loss due to fear of eating which contributes to the appearance of pain.

Gastric ulcers complications:

Ulcers perforation as a result of all stomach wall layers destruction.
Ulcer bleeding as a result of corrosion of the vessel wall at the stomach ulcer level.
Ulcer penetration through the stomach wall to nearby organs, usually in the pancreas.
Pyloric stenosis of the stomach.
Perigastritis.
Ulcer malignization, i.e. formation of malignant tumor ulceration (a rare but the most dangerous complication).

Stem cells therapy for ulcer helps prevent all of the above complications.

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The disease is complex anatomical and functional changes which occur on a background of diabetic neuropathy, micro- and macroangiopathy, osteoarthropathy. They contribute to increased trauma and infection of the foot soft issues, to the development of purulent-necrotic process and in severe cases even to amputation.

As you can see the effects of stomach ulcers are more than sad. The sooner you start the mesenchymal stem cell therapy course, the more efficient and fast it will be. Ulcer treatment in Swissmedica helps to recover the gastric mucosa, to normalize eating and the amount of food consumed.

Stem cell therapy for ulcer suggests the use of patients own stem cells, so they cannot be rejected by re organism. After stem cells ulcer treatment the patient remains under our supervision. We recommend the following preventive measures: elimination of stress, addictions (alcohol, smoking), timely nutrition, lack of long breaks between receptions of food and no consumption of acidity-increasing products.

SwissMedica medical service advantages

Effective stem cells therapy with the use of modern equipment and revolutionary methods.
100% safe stem cells scarring treatment with obvious results.

  • Qualified assistance at all stages of treatment and after it.
  • No oncological complications.
  • No need of general anesthesia
  • Small amount of sells for stem cells ulcers treatment is required.

Why the SwissMedica?

  • Effectively prevention of acute and chronic diseases.
  • Up-to-date equipment and technologies (RNA-based medications, cellular active factors, RNA-based medications).
  • Use of mesenchymal tissue cells excludes any rejection.
  • Absolute safety.
  • Our technology activates the reserves of the human body: it heals itself from its own hidden reserves.
  • Life source even for the "hopeless" patients, who share their histories.
  • 20 years of successful clinical experience in regeneration and restoration of the organism.
  • Everyday improvement of skills.
  • Use of patient's own mesenchymal stem cells.

We offer individually tailored program. Furthermore, the patients are under the follow-up for 6 months after the end of the therapy. It usually takes about 2–4 month to feel the result. Treatment is arranged in Luсerne (Switzerland), Belgrade (Serbia) and Moscow (Russia).

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