This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine.
One of the many questions you will be asked when you find out you are having a baby is going to be about cord blood banking. Should you bank your baby's umbilical cord blood? This is even more of a prevalent question now than it was when I had my seven-year-old son.
There are so many things doctors can do these days. As we know technology and medicine are elements which are always evolving. Well, www.Cryo-Cell.com, know this also and that is why they want to make sure you have the information you need to make an informed decision.
www.Cryo-Cell.net explains first and foremost that cord blood stem cells are easily extracted, resulting in no risk or pain for the mother or her baby. After cord-blood collection has taken place, the blood is placed into bags or syringes and is usually taken by courier to the cord-blood bank. Then the stem cells are separated from the rest of the blood and are stored cryogenically which basically just means they are frozen. They are kept at a blood bank type place until universe forbidding…they are ever needed.
This is definitely not a decision you should take lightly. It's also not a decision you can make at the last minute. This requires planning and it requires financially stability because there is an upfront cost and a maintenance fee yearly. But maybe your family has a lot of health issues, or maybe you want to be very extra safe right from the start. It is up to you. Think about it.