Umbilical hernia

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Updated on Jul 16, 2019

Hi mommys... My two months old has umbilical hernia so I wanted to know if there are any home remedies to cure it.

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| Aug 05, 2019

Cord blood is the blood found in the umbilical cord attached to the baby. Cord blood is the rich source of stem cells. It is collected immediately after the birth of the baby and is stored in a cord blood bank. Cord blood banking is an excellent way to store stem cells for many years. These cells can be used for stem cell treatment at any time of a person's life. The stem cells can be collected from different sources such as umbilical cord blood, bone marrow and embryo. However, the collection of cord blood stem cells is the safest and painless method. Also, cord blood stem cells possess a lesser risk of getting graft-versus-host disease. Cord blood stem cells have been proven to treat more than 80 life-threatening diseases and more than 1100 diseases are still under the study of clinical trials. As for example, researchers are trying to find out whether the cord blood stem cells can become helpful in treating Type 1 Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, etc. in the patients. If the researchers can become successful to prove that stem cells are effective for these treatments, then it will become a huge success in the field of the medical industry. visit,

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| Jul 19, 2019

The blood that remains in the umbilical cord and the placenta of the baby during the birth is known as cord blood. Usually this blood is discarded. However, cord blood banking uses facilities for storing and preserving the cord blood of a baby. Be sure to use a cord blood bank accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) if you are considering storing your baby's cord blood. Your baby's cord blood is an abundant source of genetically related stem cells. Stem cells are the young cells which lead to the development of tissues, organs, and systems of the body. The process of collecting cord blood is simple, safe and painless. Usually, the process does not take more than five minutes. The collection of cord blood does not interfere with delivery, and both vaginal and cesarean deliveries are possible. Cord blood can be collected only within the first 15 minutes after birth and should be processed within 48 hours of collection by the laboratory. The cord blood of the baby is processed and stored in a laboratory, known as a blood bank. The cord blood is first processed and stored in the lab which is accredited to handle stem cells by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). For this whole process of collection and storage you have to charges which you can pay at one time or at installments. For details, information visit

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| Jul 16, 2019

hi priscilla !Umbilical hernias almost always close on their own as a child grows. however in certain cases if it doesn't get closed, it may require surgical treatment.

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