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Jatropha to cope with retained placenta

Retained placenta is not the release of the placenta with more than half an hour. This situation can be followed by bleeding a lot, meaning that only part of the placenta that has separated the placenta requiring manual action immediately. If retained placenta is not followed there is bleeding it is necessary to consider the possibility of adhesive placenta, placenta accreta, placenta increta, placenta percreta. The average length of time for the birth of a normal placenta in the homebirth while nursing a newborn at delivery ranged from 15 minutes to 45 minutes.

An easy way to encourage the placenta to the uterus is split off by kissing and breast-feeding your baby, because nipple stimulation releases oxytocin hormones which will help your uterus to contract. Some homeopathic remedies can help the uterus contract and release the placenta from the uterus.

Some kinds of retained placenta:

  • Adhesiva placenta, is a strong implantation of the placenta chorion tuft causing failure of the physiological mechanisms of separation.
  • Placenta accreta, is the implantation of the chorion plasetita flakes until well into some layers miornetrium.
  • Placenta increta, placental chorion is a tuft of implantation up to / into miornetnum.
  • Placenta percreta, is the implantation of the placenta chorion tuft penetrates the muscle layer until it reaches the serosa layer of the uterine wall.
  • Plaserita inkarserata, the placenta is retained in the cavity caused by kontriksi osteuni utrri uteri.

To cope with retained placenta, it can be done with natural medicine, using acupuncture with the material:

Jatropha - ricinus communis Linn. paste, and paste it to point acupuncture Yungchuan (VIII / 1 = K-1) is located in the middle of your foot.
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