Yet this image of birthing--the image of broken water as a sign of potential prosperity--is tied to the idea of memories becoming homes--and the home is that house that begins to stink with the rotting afterbirth
They say this possibility does not warrant the wholesale ingestion of afterbirth
, for some very good reasons, but that it deserves further study.
The latest is Totally Calum Best: The Best Is Yet To Come, screened on MTV, home of the equally horribly-titled Kerry Katona: The Afterbirth
and that appalling series in which Jodie Marsh got married for five minutes (Who'll Take Her Up The Aisle?
Remove dead kits or uneaten afterbirth
Like with the scene where I'm nearly naked curled up in a foetal position in the latex womb being born and they're throwing buckets of cold wallpaper paste and water over me as some flush of afterbirth
and there's a camera down there that's almost up my arse.
That 'balloon' of life contained Natasha, the afterbirth
Then they realised the cord and afterbirth
were coming before the baby and I had to have a caesarean.
Rutherford "squat[s]" over the orlop to relieve his bowels and brings up "black clumps I can only liken to an afterbirth
or a living firing aborted .
It is one of the 'oxidative stress' diseases, and probably originates in the placenta, or afterbirth
Several hours had passed and she still hadn't delivered any afterbirth
, and then she started straining.
There is no ethical issue about their use because they are a natural component of the blood in the afterbirth
, and would otherwise be regarded as part of the medical waste of childbirth.
A study in the early 1990s showed that the diet of bald eagles between Eugene and Brownsville was about 70 percent dead sheep and sheep afterbirth