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Rejuvacyte Procedure

Rejuvacyte Procedure


Embryonic Stem Cells



Austin Biotec’s protocol, Rejuvacyte™️, is an autologous stem cell procedure, combined with platelet-poor plasma exosomes, that is applied to the relevant reproductive organs. This reignites the somatic messengers of the patient's endocrine system, reducing aging effects, improving overall health and delaying or even reversing menopause.



There is an initial screening of blood work, mental health, and emotional tests with one of our medical specialists to establish a baseline of health and determine what goals need to be achieved. After a full blood analysis there is a 90 day period of monitoring and personalized consultations. with a specialized diet, exercise, and supplement routine. After that period, another set of blood tests and checks are performed before the full stem cell procedure.


The Procedure

Rejuvacyte™️ is a one-day outpatient procedure. Autologous stem cells are extracted, exosomes are added, and then stem cells are reapplied to the relevant reproductive organs.  The precise amounts applied vary depending on the individual patient's body size and composition. The entire procedure is completed in under two hours, and the patient is then free to leave the clinic. The patient does have to stay overnight in a hotel nearby as a precautionary measure. The following morning the patient is free to fly home. 



We have two clinics in Mexico where we perform the Rejuvacyte™️ procedure, with a third clinic opening soon. All the clinics are COFEPRIS approved, with full stem cell licenses and state-of-the-art surgery suites. Transport and accommodation is provided to and from the clinics.  A fourth clinic will be opening mid-2024 in the Caribbean.


Recovery & Monitoring

Following the return home we monitor blood work and biomarkers for nine months at intervals of three weeks, with follow-up consultations for progress updates and to aid in any improvements.

Rejuvacyte™️ can remain effective for up to three years after the procedure. 

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