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This incredible image I took recently. I was in awe of how beautiful this placenta and umbilical cord was.
What I’m showing you is a Velamentous cord insertion, which is when the umbilical cord inserts into the membranes not the chorionic plate of the placenta.
This ‘can’ be a dangerous situation especially if there is an artificial ruptured of membranes, but in this case mum and babe we perfectly fine and in safe, professional, experienced care. The vessels look strong and are also in close proximity to the edge of the placenta.
Needless to say the cord keepsake was spectacular

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hmmmm should I sleep or Encapsulate? 🤣🤣🤣 Placenta nerds never sleep!!!! Waiting on an emergency capsule delivery, with a placenta in the dehydrator as I type and sanitation happening on day 1 equipment I’m so keen for these capsules I’m planning on stalking the courier!! ❤️❤️ false knots, velamentous cord insertion, long cords, eccentric insertions, blood clots, VBACs, boy babies, girl babies, soooooo cute, my gosh my head is swimming with so much awesome placenta, birth and baby goodness!!!!! ❤️When all of your clients for the month deliver beautiful healthy babies within days of each other

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How incredible is Breastmilk 💕

Full Circle Nurture DNA Jewellery and @veritysoaps have collaborated to offer Breastmilk Soap

It is incredible, it has no nasties, fragrance free and made locally by Rose Eve in Toowoomba.

Any amount of Breastmilk can be used so if you have ample supply or little supply you can definitely have Breastmilk soap made.

The colour is divine

My sensitive skinned boys are loving their ‘Boobie soap’ and their scrapes and bruises from being ‘Captain Risky’ and’Dangermouse’ are healing so much faster now we use this soap.

Breastmilk needs to be frozen or at the very lease cold to be turned into soap, this is so any bacteria that may develop from being left in the elements won’t be passed on to the soap and then onto baby.

So local collection is fine, but if you live outside of Toowoomba a courier and some well packaged dry ice will do the trick too