Sarcoidosis, Fibromyalgia, GERD Case Study
52 year-old male with history of sarcoidosis, fibromyalgia, Barrett’s esophagus, acid reflux, diverticulosis, testosterone deficiency and intermittent insomnia was exposed to toxic gas in late teens, for over 20 years had suffered from persistent shortness of breath, pain, fatigue, and inability to function. He also had periodic flareups where he experienced severe pelvic pain, in the area of prostate, bladder and large intestines.
2 days after his first cell therapy session, his close friend didn’t recognize him on the phone, as he was speaking with a deeper and stronger voice. He feels that his voice has gone back to how it was when he was younger, and he is now able to speak for a long time without choking/coughing/discomfort (which he would in the past, within 5 minutes of talking).
He has been able to breath much better, no longer needing daily scheduled inhalers, even in cloudy weather that would have triggered breathing problems in the past. He also noticed that his back and spine are loosening up after being stiff & “locked up” for years. He also noticed that his urine stream is now stronger, almost back to how it was when he was a teenager, no longer with urinary frequency and hesitancy. He also no longer has flareups of cystitis, prostatitis or debilitating colon issues.