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Child has damaged optic nerve after ATT treatment. Can stem cell regeneration help?

: Hello Dr. Last year in September, my Daughter 7 yrs. now got suffered from Meningitis and Doctors gave her ATT treatment and unfortunately her optic nerve got damaged.Since than her ATT medication is going ( RIFAMPCIN syrup daily morning 5ml ).Her vision is stable at this time, it is not getting worse. she is able to locate things, she can read/write only if written big and bolded. I read about stem cell regeneration, so can this help our daughter to be a normal child who can play, go to school like she was earlier. other Medicines she is taking - 1. Citicoline(strocit 500mg) daily 1 tablet 2. Complaminaretard daily 1 tablet 3. Benadon 1 tablet twice in a day 4. Neurobiam 1 tablet daily afternoon I read about the research going on for optic nerve regeneration. Request you to consider my daughter s case also and help us Is this treatment possible for her or any treatment which help her to lead a normal life, atleast she can read/write with help of glasses etc. Please help.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Stem cell regeneration is still in research level for Optic nerve regeneration but yes if the technique comes up, it should help your baby. Till then let her continue with the vitamins and low vision aids.
Hope her good life.......
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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