Welcoming a new baby into your life is a miracle in itself, a time of great excitement and a lots of decisions. Cloth diapers or disposables? Co-sleeping or a crib? Breast feeding or formula? Scheduling or free feeding? Bank of cord blood or not? In preparation for the arrival of your newborn it is important to educate yourself on the options for registering to cryogenically store your baby’s cord blood for possible future use. However, cord blood storage can be very expensive for the average family.To help make the cost a little easier, Inception Lifebank is offering $100 coupon for its cord blood storage services which you can redeem by registering with the Insception Lifebank cord blood program. To obtain a coupon you just need to provide your name and baby’s due date – so that they can reserve a spot for your. The coupon is personalized using the expected due date, and will expire 10 days after the due date, so make sure you register sooner than later.
Cord blood storage has only been around for about 10 years and is still a relatively new process, however families from all walks of life have chosen to store the cord blood of their children as an insurance policy potential future use for their child or family member. The benefits of cord blood storage are especially important for families that have a mixed ethnic background, as it can be more difficult to find a match in the general population. Families with a history of certain conditions also stand to benefit from cord blood storage. If you have any questions about cord blood storage and the potential benefits make sure you talk to your doctor.
Cord blood stem cells must be processed and stored properly to ensure viability using a banking program such as the Insecption Lifebank. The cord blood collection process is painless, does not interfere with your baby’s birth and does not pose a risk to your baby’s health. Delayed cord clamping does not exclude you from being able to carry out cord blood storage.
A little storage never hurts especially if it is for your baby’s health. Visit www.insception.com for more information about cord blood, and the storage process.
Disclosure: I was compensated for this sponsored post made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. Coupons for this promotion are available to Canadian residents only. American registrations are welcome but unfortunately do not qualify for the coupons.