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There is even some thought that it is a normal element of the complex processes which initiate normal labor, for the placenta to start 'failing' That is, that the initial stages of a placenta's 'expiration' sends chemical signals to mom and baby both; this is part of an intricate hormonal/biochemical dance between mom and baby, a cascade of biochemical events that leads to labor and birth, bonding and lactation, etc. And in most cases, a placenta that has 'reduced functioning' in late pregnancy is still functioning plenty well enough.
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