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    Adorned it could be your LP trying to lengthen out, which is only a good thing YAY.
    You will be very interested to learn also that I have been reading up a lot on smacking for behavioural adjustment and your article was the icing on the cake. Thanks for the helping hand to yank me over the fence hehe. I will be doing more research as it interests me immensely.

    LT I am 4dp5dt which is the equivalent of 9dpo. I don't have any free in the house, I think there's some ancient ics in my top drawer. Will see how each day comes.

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    Thanks MrsTugs with the amount ds has been eating that would help it lengthen, he stills seems to bf as frequently but I don't think he is drinking as much. Poor thing is sick today though so has been feeding lots overnight.

    That's great you've been doing some research, glad I could help.

    Good luck, not long now until you find out. Fx Have you nicknamed the embie?

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    How much did encapsulation cost?

    I was really wanting to donate possums cord blood but they were closed foe collection on Friday

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    I'd love to have my placenta encapsulated

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Completely off the topic of next births, cs, vbacs and placentas (all I can say on the last one is eat it if you can ).

    I'm about 5dpo and had spotting yesterday (almost enough to consider as light flow) and was expecting af to arrive because of my dodgy lp atm but today there have only been a few very pale pink spots. Wdyt?
    Oooh. Fx for implantation. I wanted to donate my placenta, but there's no pickup at the SAN. How much did encapsulation cost? It's supposed to be great for your skin and general health right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How much did encapsulation cost?

    I was really wanting to donate possums cord blood but they were closed foe collection on Friday
    The lady who did mine did it for $300. It isn't cheap.

    We did delayed cord clamping so Ra ra got all the cord blood.

    Funch, I think af has arrived! Eating the placenta is supposed to help prevent pnd, help bm supply and wean you off the pregnancy hormones slowly and boost your iron.

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    Boo to AF.

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    Other mammals do it, makes sense for us to also.

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    Other mammals do it, makes sense for us to also.
    Yeah I remember one of my furbabies mum eating her placenta. Watching a cat give birth is amazing!

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    We watched my terrier give birth it was amazing. She also are per placenta

    Hubby had the cat give birth literally on top of him while he napped. Woke up to a lap full of kittens. That's when he was younger haha.

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