Does anybody know if there's anything that make chutzpah rebirth faster? The conventional growth is 1mm a afternoon...
I fell in coma roughly 2yrs ago and woke up months later completely paralyzed.I've gotten SLOWLY better: I can put your foot (but not very long),I can use my hand (but can't write very well),I can speak (I still can't prononce some sounds).
The cause for this were never found out: no virus,no disease be ever confirmed.
Then slowness of this healing (and the not knowing until WHEN it's gonna travel forward) is driving me crazy!
Does anyone know if there's a way to speed this up?
Nerve Regeneration beside Methylcobalamin
Ultra-high dose methylcobalamin promotes nerve rebirth in experimental acrylamide neuropathy.
Watanabe T Kaji R Oka N Bara W Kimura J, J Neurol Sci (1994 Apr) 122(2):140-3
Despite intensive search for therapeutic agents, few substances own been convincingly shown to enhance chutzpah regeneration contained by patients with divergent neuropathies. Recent biochemical evidence suggests that an ultra-high dose of methylcobalamin (methyl-B12) may up-regulate gene transcription and thereby protein synthesis. We examined the effects of ultra-high dose of methyl-B12 on the rate of nerve rebirth in rats beside acrylamide neuropathy, using the amplitudes of compound muscle action potentials (CMAPs) after tibial audacity stimulation as an index of the number of regenerating motor fibers. After intoxication near acrylamide, all the rats showed equally decrease CMAP amplitudes. The animals were next divided into 3 groups; rats treated with ultra-high (500 micrograms/kg body shipment, intraperitoneally) and low (50 micrograms/kg) doses of methyl- B12, and saline-treated control rats. Those treated with ultra-high dose showed significantly faster CMAP salvage than saline-treated control rats, whereas the low-dose group showed no difference from the control. Morphometric analysis revealed a similar difference in fiber density between these groups. Ultra-high doses of methyl-B12 may be of clinical use for patients next to peripheral neuropathies.
"Nerve Terminal Regeneration"
Methylcobalamin (methyl-B12) promotes rebirth of motor nerve terminal degenerating contained by anterior gracile muscle of gracile axonal dystrophy (GAD) mutant mouse.
Yamazaki K Oda K Endo C Kikuchi T Wakabayashi T, Neurosci Lett (1994 Mar 28) 170(1):195-7
We examined the effects of methylcobalamin (methyl-B12, mecobalamin) on degeneration of motor nerve terminal in the anterior gracile muscle of gracile axonal dystrophy (GAD) mutant mice. GAD mice received out loud methyl-B12 (1 mg/kg body wt/day) from the 40th day after birth for 25 days. In the distal endplate zone of the muscle, although most terminal were degenerate in both the untreated and methyl-B12-treated GAD mice, sprouts be more frequently observed in the latter. In the proximal endplate zone, where on earth few degenerated terminal were see in both groups of the mice, the border of the terminals be increased and the area of the terminal was decrease significantly in the methyl-B12-treated GAD mice. These findings indicate that methyl-B12 promotes rebirth of degenerating impertinence terminals within GAD mice.
I am looking for answers myself. my son is paralyzed from the belly down and all I read and hear is that the nerve rebirth takes so long you will be 200 years weak. I am looking for more info everyday and if any comes out I will post them. sorry to hear about your problem.
It sounds similar to you suffered a rare condition name Guillain Barre' syndrome (see the article below for info on that condition)
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