Delivering your placenta must be done safely
THERE are millions of women who deliver babies in hospitals but hear nothing about the placenta, let alone see it. The placenta is delivered naturally after the offspring, a process referred to as a 'physiological third stage.'
If you come from the rural areas, you must be familiar with the deliveries of the offspring of domesticated animals, and may already be familiar with the placenta.
In traditional midwifery, especially home birthing, the mother is aware of placenta delivery because there are no technological interventions to quicken birth and the placenta ejects naturally. Birth . . .
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