When encapsulating for a surrogate and intended parents who eats the placenta?
I recommend that only the person who has given birth ingests the placenta. Based on the available anecdotal evidence I firmly believe this is the safest policy.
Due to the composition of the placenta (it grows from the DNA of the surrogate, the egg donor, and the sperm), there is some controversy surrounding placenta encapsulation for gestational surrogates. At Chinook City Doulas, I encourage clients to make the choice that is right for them when deciding whether or not to encapsulate following a gestational surrogate pregnancy. My team and I take precautions to ensure the safety of everyone involved.
For more information about the anecdotal benefits of ingesting your placenta and why Chinook City Doulas is the safest service in the Calgary area, contact us today. I'll send you our Client Information Package and FAQ. My team would love to work with you!
If you'd like to know more about surrogacy, becoming a surrogate, or becoming an egg donor, contact Proud Fertility, a Canadian based Egg Donation and Surrogacy Consultancy. Nathan and his team would love to help you help families!