Reclaiming our Placentas

August 15th, 2016
Posted in General

“Women spend week after week reading about how big their baby is now; what part is growing and developing; can he hear me yet; can she feel me when I push against her? You may just catch a note at week 4 that the placenta is starting to form and maybe a little note in week 9 that the placenta takes over the critical job of producing hormones… So when during week 10 the kidneys and intestines are now developed enough to start functioning, and by week 15 your baby can pee and his lungs have started to develop, where’s the mention that the placenta is completing these jobs until birth? Nothing, nada, zilch.”

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Blog written by PRN Specialist Carly Lewis

 

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