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When Andrea Cahill’s friend mentioned she would be encapsulating her placenta to assist with her postpartum recovery, Andrea’s first thought was GROSS!  Andrea, having previously suffered from postpartum depression, had a change of heart after researching placentophagy and when she soon learned she was expecting, Andrea decided to give placenta encapsulation a chance.
“I choose to [...]

The PBi Network of Specialists extends a warm welcome to mom of 3, Keslie Mack. Keslie didn’t experience the benefits of placenta encapsulation with her first baby and as a result, had a difficult time with the baby blues and her energy levels.  Fortunately, Keslie had a great experience after her second baby arrived thanks [...]

Martina Schaible, a native of Canada, moved to Naples in 2007.  After hearing about the experience of a friend who had encapsulated her placenta, Martina began to research its benefits.  Martina welcomed her son in 2013 and was so pleased with her own results from placenta encapsulation she felt compelled to bring the service to [...]

The PBi Network of Specialists would like to extend a warm welcome to Courtney Lanctot of Lake Norman, NC.  Courtney first learned about placenta encapsulation from her midwife.  Courtney was apprehensive at first, but is thankful that her husband encouraged her to try it.  She hasn’t regretted it for a moment.  Courtney is now a [...]

Morgan Happick was blessed with a baby girl in 2013.  While seeing her Hematologist for a blood clotting disorder, he mentioned that Morgan may benefit from using her placenta for postpartum recovery.  Intrigued, Morgan began to research placentophagy and learned all of the amazing benefits.  After her daughters birth, Morgan had her placenta encapsulated and [...]

Prenatal vitamin D levels could be tied to an increased risk of cavities in infants and toddlers.
In a study of 134 expectant mothers, “about a third of the women were deficient in vitamin D, 22 percent of the infants had deficient or thinning enamel and 23 percent had cavities.  After controlling for other [...]

Heather Rawlett, a Registered Nurse on a mother and baby unit, became interested in Placenta Encapsulation during her second pregnancy when she was researching ways to avoid the baby blues.
“I became interested in Placenta Encapsulation in 2012 when I was pregnant with my second child. I was on a mission to avoid the “baby [...]

While Hillary Westbrook felt very prepared for her pregnancy and birth, she hadn’t realized how unprepared she was for her postpartum period until her baby was born.  By the time Hillary called her placenta encapsulation specialist, she was already 4 days postpartum and experiencing the hormonal crash that left her weepy, overwhelmed and emotional.
“I answered [...]

The PBi network of specialists would like to welcome Shantell Brown of Bowie, MD. Shantell already serves moms as a birth doula and is excited to be extending her services to postpartum moms as well.
Shantell is the mother to an amazing little boy and enjoys competing in triathlons, riding motorcycles, reading and teaching.
“As a [...]

Rena Figures, a homebirth midwife in Lawrence, KS has completed the PBi requirements and has earned her certification! Congratulations, Rena!
Becoming certified takes time and commitment. In order to be certified through PBi, a candidate must read and write response papers to research related to placentophagy. A candidate must also pass a [...]

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