With stem cell therapy being used for a number of medical condition it was no surprise to stroll across a website that said they are now using it to treat Fibromyalgia.

Apparently the cell searches out and in fact detects and then attempts to repair any damage or deficiency discovered, as well as releases growth factors, which stimulate the body’s own repair mechanisms.

http://www.medra.com/ say they have treated over 2000 patients with stem cells and explain what the medical procedure involves.

‘A medical procedure whereby Human Fetal Stem Cells are transplanted into a Fibromyalgia patient These cellular building blocks are usually administered intravenously and subcutaneously (under the skin) It is a painless procedure, which takes place in approximately one hour, and has no known negative side effects.’

They say that ‘significant positive change are seen between three to six months post treatment, but can occur in as little as weeks or even days after receiving treatment’.

Another blog well worth a read on stem cell is http://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/2010/02/02/fibromyalgia-and-stem-cell-treatment/comment-page-1/#comments

It has a really interesting story of someone who has been treated with stem cells for his Fibromyalgia.


  1. I already have heard about this treatment which is called stem cells treatment in many articles but only your blog I thoroughly understood.Thanks a lot.Keep it up!!


  2. It’s nice to hear that this Stem Cells Treatment has a significant positive change are seen between three to six months post treatment, but can occur in as little as weeks or even days after receiving treatment and no negative effects to the body.


  3. Really? muscle can cause low back pain? I am new for this article. Thanks for sharing ideas and article like this. It gives me knowledge and wisdom while reading this kind of article.keep up the good work.


  4. Hello, I also suffer with fibro and am intrigued but with so many greedy medical professionals and others chasing the dollar I have to be wary. Do you have any idea on price? Good luck to everyone who suffers and thankyou to all the partners who help and have to endure our misery.
    A really good website from a doctor who suffers and has put in years of research is http://www.vitality101.com.
    Cheers – Gra


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  6. Fibromyalgia is a life devastating condition. It has affected all aspects of my life for years. I have tried many treatments, and still continue to find health tips online. Little by little I have fought the disorder well. Thanks to my doctors. Thanks for sharing an informative post.


  7. This is incredible stuff! I think that the wide range of potential uses for stem cells is absolutely astonishing. Clinical studies on chronic pain and fibromyalgia are primarily concerning themselves with developing safer methods of relieving the pain. It seems like this stem cell treatment of fibromyalgia shows real promise. Thanks for the great post!


  8. Stem cells are the body’s “master” cells. They create all other tissues, organs, and systems in the body and are the building blocks of your blood and immune system. They are valuable in medical procedures because they can replicate into:

    Red Blood Cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body
    White Blood Cells, which fight infection, and
    Platelets, which aid in clotting in the event of an injury
    The ability of certain stem cells (for example, hematopoietic stem cells) to differentiate, or change into other types of cells in the body holds significant promise for improving the treatment of some of the most common diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease, just to name a few.

    Cord blood stem cells are unique in their properties as compared to all other stem cell sources such as bone marrow, peripheral blood, and embryonic stem cells.


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