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Placenta Encapsulation Protocol Changes:

Current evidence shows that transmission of COVID19 is not being transmitted to babies. Even if this virus did pass to babies or amniotic fluids, our proper temperature treatments of your placenta would deactivate this virus. It is still safe to encapsulate your placenta. What is changing is the fact that visitors are being limited to the hospitals. Considering that we are doing our best to limit our exposures to hospitals for the sake of transmission risk, and /our families, we are now requiring that partners/visitors bring the placenta to us in the hospital parking lot so we can avoid entering the hospital. Traditionally, we came to your labor room for your convenience, but this is not currently a possibility, nor is it in the best interest of ourselves, our families, and the community.

*If you choose to fill out and submit the contact form below, I will email you back within 24 hours.  If you do not receive a reply, please check your Spam/Junk folder.  Thank you.*

Courtney made it so easy.  She came to the hospital to pick up the placenta, delivered the pills a few days later as promised with easy-to-follow instructions. I had no mood issues and feel like I recovered very quickly. Will seek out her services again for any future pregnancies!”  Margot F., Ann Arbor

Service location:  We gladly offer services in Washtenaw County, MI.  We service St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, University of Michigan Hospital, and home births.  If you live outside of Washtenaw County and are able to arrange placenta delivery to Ann Arbor, I will USPS Priority ship your capsules to your home for $9.

 

 

 

Payment accepted:  Cash, check, money order, Google Pay and Venmo.  There will be a $20 fee applied if payment is not available at the time of placenta pick-up.  Thank you for planning accordingly.

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Phone:  734-757-7381

Email: www.mothersown@live.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/mothersownservices

Twitter: www.twitter.com/ownmothers

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Liz K
    Feb 25, 2019 @ 10:39:09

    Interested in pill form.

    Reply

    • mothersown
      Feb 25, 2019 @ 11:04:50

      Hi Liz, thank you for contacting me. Both encapsulation methods are provided in pill form. Are there any other questions I can answer for you today?

      Reply

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