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Us4&AngelCorey 09-02-2009 09:49 PM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Michelle_M (Post 8281014)
I am so sorry..but the thought of placenta smoothie really makes me want t vomit..... no offense meant to you. But BLAH!!

God bless,
Michelle

I know, I was like placenta smoothie, oh my!

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Originally Posted by TuthGuru (Post 8281147)
:yummy:


:roflmbo:



:nopics:



:dontgetit: :sorrysign:



:hugs:

this is exactly how I feel. I don't care that you mamas do it at all! I am actually a little curious, well a lot, because I don't understand it. I just can't imagine eating an organ that came out of my body.

cali4niachef 09-02-2009 09:51 PM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TuthGuru (Post 8281147)
:yummy:

:dontgetit: :sorrysign:

:hugs:

What don't you get?

cali4niachef 09-02-2009 09:52 PM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Awesome! I'm planning to take the PBI course this fall sometime :thumbsup:

Quote:

Originally Posted by mommy2twins (Post 8291492)
My doula is a placenta encapsulation specialist and is doing it for me. I did not per say have ppd but did have the weapies for the first few weeks after having my twins but I'm thinking a lot had to do with taking care of two babies all on my own because my dh came down with the flu 2 days after we got home from the hosptial. I did have major problems with milk supply and ended up giving up on bfing afte 2 weeks due to lack of supply. I am looking forward to it...but I have to admit I could have lived my whole life not seeing the pictures of it being done....(maybe thats b/c I'm pregnant and queezy) Thanks for starting this thread!


cali4niachef 09-02-2009 10:07 PM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Updated with pictures for your viewing pleasure :yay:

happymommy 09-03-2009 06:17 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
:yuck: to the first few pictures.

Sally's Red Meadow 09-03-2009 08:06 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TuthGuru (Post 8281147)
:yummy:
:nopics:

I too feel as if the pictures aren't needed.

Quote:

Originally Posted by cali4niachef (Post 8291700)
Updated with pictures for your viewing pleasure :yay:

Perhaps putting the pictures into links would be a nice way for the more weak at heart people like me to still be able to read your info without freaking out.
I really appreciate the info you have posted over the last couple of days but I also don't like seeing some things.

cali4niachef 09-03-2009 08:52 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by josycat (Post 8293575)
I too feel as if the pictures aren't needed.

Perhaps putting the pictures into links would be a nice way for the more weak at heart people like me to still be able to read your info without freaking out.
I really appreciate the info you have posted over the last couple of days but I also don't like seeing some things.

LOL, which pictures specifically don't you like? I'll remove some.

1blessedmama 09-03-2009 09:08 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Maybe just put the pics at the bottom of the post (like add a bit more space) and mention in the subject that there are pics. I, personally, don't think that we should be so grossed out about something that helps give our babies life for so long. But I know some people have a weak stomach regardless...but I still don't think you should have to remove the pics or anything. :)

cali4niachef 09-03-2009 09:24 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by cali4niachef (Post 8294048)
LOL, which pictures specifically don't you like? I'll remove some.

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1blessedmama (Post 8294222)
Maybe just put the pics at the bottom of the post (like add a bit more space) and mention in the subject that there are pics. I, personally, don't think that we should be so grossed out about something that helps give our babies life for so long. But I know some people have a weak stomach regardless...but I still don't think you should have to remove the pics or anything. :)

I agree. I removed two pictures.

crystalannski 09-03-2009 10:07 AM

Re: Placenta Encapsulation
 
Wow, 146! Is that a normal amount to expect? How are they usually taken, like how many each day and for how long?


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