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    Mine has always gone away for testing. I could not encapsulate mine I think it's a bit icky. But I definitely can see the benefits in it and good on those who do

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    We had a lotus birth and then planted it under a lemon tree

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    I got the hospital to dispose of it, creeps the heck out of me but each to their own
    This

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    Ate it....... Nom nom nom



    Via encapsulation, no big placenta steaks or anything like that I'm afraid.
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    First one I didn't even look at, I was a little grossed out lol. DH looked at it though.

    Second we were shown it, as I suffered an undiagnosed abruption - DS2 and I were incredibly lucky. But I never contemplated keeping them, and I wont this time. Though I will probably at least want to see it this tome around to see what its meant to look like.

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    I left it to the hospital to dispose of. A student midwife did show it to me while she was checking it over. I was as high as a kite and thought it was fascinating.

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    For all I know, they could have shot mine up into space in a rocket on a scientific mission...
    I was under general anaesthetic during my emergency c-section for my son's birth and never saw nor heard anything about it.
    I enjoyed a lovely lamb casserole at the hospital. At least that's what I think it was... :what:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tainted View Post
    I got the hospital to dispose of it, creeps the heck out of me but each to their own
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    I have never seen any of mine they get taken away and disposed of couldn't imagine keeping it.

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    At my recent birth of DS2, my OB proudly lifted it up to show me and explain how great it looked.

    One sister squealed and the other nearly vomited, then told him off for 'no warning before gross stuff as previously agreed'. I was laughing so hard that I paid no attention to it before it got taken to placenta heaven.


 

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