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a mother caring for mothers
TAILORED FOR NEWBORN MOTHERS
I'm here to help you build your village, create a space for your rest, recovery and to feel unapologetically understood and supported as a new mother in your postpartum
WAGGA WAGGA, NSW BASED
Supporting mothers and families postpartum, in rural NSW. Where support can be far away, I am here to help
your door, ready to heat & enjoy
Postpartum meal plans and snacks to support mothers and partners, with convenient weekly delivery that offers more time and rest
Placenta encapsulation is a powerful postpartum support. Tinctures, prints, salves, oils and keepsakes are available with the use of your placenta
The best postpartum support
Its time to nurture the mother and take care of YOU.
In Home Postpartum MotherCare
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Even though labour and birth wasn't how I envisioned, I still felt super empowered and proud of myself and body due to you and your amazing business! Something that the Riverina definitely needed and it's so great!
We hear a lot about the three trimesters of pregnancy. But many women and health professionals know little about the critical time period in a woman's postpartum life that desperately needs more attention: the fourth trimester.
The "fourth trimester" is the 12 week period after childbirth. This is a time riddled with afterbirth pains, bleeding, vaginal tenderness and recovery from perineal tears, recovery from caesarean sections, navigating breastfeeding or bottle feeding, hormonal withdrawal and surges, and sleep deprivation.
Booking with Postpartum With Dulcie Lane as soon as possible will guarantee you a spot for your due month to have your placenta prepared or nourishing postpartum meals delivered.
Don't delay this fantastic fourth trimester support!
Each woman’s needs are different after giving birth and placenta encapsulation provides different opportunities and benefits based on the physical needs of the individual mother’s body
'Maternal human placentophagy' describes the practice of ingesting oneʼs own placenta post partum, which is done in different ways: either a piece of raw placenta is consumed immediately after parturition, or the tissue is heated, dried and then pulverized. Placenta encapsulation, whereby the placenta is processed into capsules, is a common practice in the Anglo-American world. It entails the filling of placental tissue as a dried powder into gelatin capsules for everyday consumption. For more FAQs on encapsulation, go HERE.