When you choose Issaquah Doula to encapsulate your placenta, you can feel confident in the service you will receive.
As Professional Postpartum Placenta Specialists we are committed to you. We uphold industry standards to ensure the safety and treatment of your placenta.
Prior to giving birth Issaquah Doula will provide you with a Placenta Transport Kit and contact information so that you may signal us when you deliver.
According to the guidelines set by the World Health Organization, you need to be responsible for the transport of your placenta. The kit we loan to you has everything you need to safely store and secure your placenta with proper labels and required spill kit accessories.
Once your placenta is safe in your refrigerator your Postpartum Placenta Specialist will arrive and begin the encapsulating process. Using all of our own equipment and only a portion of your countertop, you will hardly take notice. Being trained as postpartum doulas we are devoted to support you during our stay. Perhaps you need breastfeeding support or someone to listen while you recall your birthing experience? We are there. And we are coming back tomorrow! The entire process requires us to share your space for about two hours for two sequential days.
These extra details matter. Since you were the one storing and transporting your own placenta after delivery, you know that the placenta being processed in your home is in fact the one you birthed. Having a postpartum doula in your home just days after delivery to provide support, education and comfort will be emotionally rewarding to you and your family during this transitional time. With you in mind we use only latex-free gloves and vegetarian capsules. We even take the extra time to wipe off each individual capsule, so that any leftover residue will not be tasted.
Every step to the entire process has been fine tuned with your comfort and safety in mind.
When you choose Issaquah Doula to encapsulate your placenta, you can feel confident that you've made the right choice.
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