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11-07-2013 22:07 #21
12-07-2013 05:45 #22
Both my/my babies placentas are still in the freezer! They are regularly pulled out by accident when rifling through for something to cook for dinner... whoops. I'll bury them on day when we live on a "forever" property.
I haven't felt the need to eat any placenta after birthing, though if I were at risk of PPH or PND I would definitely look into encapsulation. I doubt it tastes like anything when frozen or encapsulated.
Last edited by BornToBe; 12-07-2013 at 05:48.
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