Shapethrower - He Was Placenta mp3 album
- Performer: Shapethrower
- Title: He Was Placenta
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MOD FLAC MP2 MP4 DXD RA VQF
- Released: 2004
- Style: IDM
- MP3 album: 1163 mb
- FLAC album: 1366 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 832
Placental abruption is when the placenta separates early from the uterus, in other words separates before childbirth. It occurs most commonly around 25 weeks of pregnancy. Symptoms may include vaginal bleeding, lower abdominal pain, and dangerously low blood pressure. Complications for the mother can include disseminated intravascular coagulopathy and kidney failure. Complications for the baby can include fetal distress, low birthweight, preterm delivery, and stillbirth.
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from shapethrower. Born in a low resolution womb, Shapethrower is the sound of salt waves caressing the barnacle encrusted hull of a long dead oil tanker. emerging from the rusted hulk his hands shook and produced the rhythms. taking in breath his wisdom swelled and escaped from his throat as the textured sound bed of a world consumed by silicon and and polyurethane.
The placenta is a temporary organ found in eutherian female mammals while they are pregnant. The placenta is connected to the fetus by the umbilical cord, which is made of blood vessels and connective tissue. When the fetus is delivered, the placenta is delivered afterwards. The placenta is often called the afterbirth. One of the placenta's jobs is to make sure blood from the mother and fetus never mixes. The placenta acts as an exchange surface between the mother and the fetus.
I Planted My Placenta. Yes, you read that right. Warning: Graphic images of placenta ahead. When I was pregnant, the placenta - or rather, what to do with it post-birth - was a popular topic among my friends who already had babies or were expecting babies. Some had their placentas encapsulated. Most left them at the hospital. But I’d read somewhere that burying a placenta was a common ritual in many cultures around the world, and that piqued my interest enough to look into the practice. When I pitched the idea to my husband, he thought I was joking at first, then he felt a little (or a lot) squeamish when he realized I wasn’t. The placenta nourished our child for nine months, I offered in defense, why couldn’t it continue to nourish another form of life?
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