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    Quote Originally Posted by sydneychick View Post
    I know a few families that freeze the placentas to eat as pate or plant together as a family, but from experience please correctly label the placenta.
    ... Do tell

    Animals eat their placenta to stop prey from smelling their newborns. I am not convinced of any benefits to humans ingesting organs including our own, especially filter system organs, but yep each to their own, I prefer a fake iron supplement.

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    I kept mine in the freeze for a little while, and then we planted it under a special tree (a gift from our wedding) when we moved it into the garden. I would love to have done placenta art, because they are pretty cool to look at.

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    When the ob showed it to us I remember saying to DH 'placenta lasagna' cause we had read a website about different things people had done with their placentas. Someone had made gheirs into lasagna (aling wirh mince i think). Dunno what the ob thought of my comment!

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    To the pp's who said their placenta was sent away for testing, do you mind me asking what they were testing it for? I have never heard of it being tested.

    With all mine I had a look and then let the hospital dispose of it.

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    Didn't see either of mine. DD1 was emergency C-section and the on said when he delivered it, it fell apart and appeared a bit gritty. DD2 was elective C-section, but seeing the placenta was the last thing on our minds, she had a heart issue (all clear) and no amniotic fluid, a big shock to everyone!

    I would never consider doing anything alternative with it, (too ick for me) and to be honest never even considered having a look at it once delivered...

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    We planted DD's under a tree. I'm going to look into getting the next one encapsulated

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    Didn't see it, didn't want to, hospital disposed of it. The thought of eating my own organ is like eating my own kidney in a steak and kidney pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Didn't see it, didn't want to, hospital disposed of it. The thought of eating my own organ is like eating my own kidney in a steak and kidney pie.
    ^ this!! I just can't get my mind around ppl wanting to eat their own body part let alone feeding it to a husband!

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    To the people who planted their placenta under a tree, what kind of tree did you plant?


    Mumma to Connor - 25/8/2011
    And bub #2 due - 24/8/2013

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    I didn't see mine - I had a caesarean and nobody mentioned my placenta to me at all.

    Next time I'll be having a homebirth and will be consuming mine.


 

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