What Actually Happens during an Abortion?

14D6E98B-C060-4B19-B41A-87925EF22B35Did You Know That Pro Abortion Language is Designed to Help People Forget What the Procedure Entails?
*These procedures are described graphically to give the truest representation.

The terms Pro choice, reproductive health, contents of the uterus, women’s health, and family planning are all commonly used in the pro abortion industry to describe things they have very little to do with. Still, the general public is inundated with these phrases in an effective ploy to desensitize them to the horrors of the abortion process. So when a woman exercises her legal right to choose and allows the contents of the uterus to be emptied in a procedure that is safer than or equally as safe as carrying a baby to term (according to Planned Parenthood), people rarely think of the process she endures. Here is what’s involved in this process minus the flowery language.

1st Trimester Abortions

Chemical Abortions:
RU-486 is a drug cocktail that:
1: blocks progesterone (a hormone that tells the body to support the baby through proper nutrition) and
2. causes labor to begin prematurely. The baby dies from a lack of nutrition and the mother delivers the child 2 to 3 days later. The procedure closely resembles a miscarriage.

Side affects: Vaginal bleeding will be heavy and cramping will be much more severe than normal menstrual cramps. Risks include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, fever and chills, failure to complete abortion, and undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy.

Vacuum Aspiration Abortion
The abortionist opens the cervix prematurely and places a suction tube into the cervix. He then suctions out the baby’s body and the placenta.

Side affects: Cramping, nausea, and weakness. Risks include heavy bleeding, damage to the cervix, perforation of the uterus, damage to nearby organs, infection due to incomplete abortion, hemorrhage, and, in some cases, maternal death.

Surgical Abortion
The abortionist uses a surgical instrument called a curette and inserts it into the mothers body to carve the baby’s body into pieces. He then uses the curette to scrape the baby’s remains out of the mother.

Side affects: Cramping and bleeding. Risks include perforation of the uterus, damage to the cervix, scar tissue on the uterine wall (this can lead to infertility, menstrual cycles that are painful, abnormal, or absent, and future miscarriage), and infection.

2nd Trimester Abortions

D&E (Dilation and Evacuation):
The abortionist prematurely opens the cervix. He then inserts the forceps and tears away pieces of the baby (arms, legs, abdomen) bit by bit with a twisting motion until they are all removed. The final part of the baby’s body, the head, is crushed prior to removal. A nurse or medical aid reassembles the baby’s body as the pieces are removed to ensure that none remain inside the mother.

Side affects: Bleeding and cramping. Risks include injury to the uterine lining or cervix, perforation of the uterus, damage to surrounding organs, the uterus not contracting, uterine rupture, incomplete abortion, and infection.

2nd and 3rd Trimester Abortions

Induction Abortion
This procedure involves the abortionist inducing labor prematurely to kill the baby. Generally, the abortionist fills a syringe with Digoxin. This drug kills fetal cells and is injected through the woman’s abdomen, into the infant’s heart. The drug induces a heart attack in the baby, who can feel the pain of the procedure before his death. After administering the Digoxin labor is induced and a dead child is delivered. Although a drug must be injected into the baby’s heart in certain late term abortions (when the baby is old enough he/she will be born alive and must be killed first), abortionists can earn additional money from the sale of infant body parts if they opt to deliver the baby without using the drug.

Side affects: Nausea, fever, vomiting, diarrhea from the medicine, pain from labor and delivery, bleeding and cramps after delivery. Risks include heavy bleeding, damage to cervix or uterine lining, uterine perforation, incomplete abortion and infection. Rare complications may result in infertility or maternal death.

Partial Birth Abortion:
The baby has shifted into a head down position in the uterus. The abortionist first forces the cervix open prematurely. He then reaches up into the uterus to shift the baby into a breech (or head up position) so that the baby can be partially delivered. The abortionist delivers the body of the baby while leaving his/her head in the uterus. This prevents legal penalties by keeping the baby technically unborn. After the body of the baby is delivered the abortionist takes surgical scissors or forceps and inserts them into the woman’s uterus. The scissors are then inserted into the baby’s head where his spinal cord meets his brain. After pressing the scissors into the baby’s head, the abortionist opens the tool to spread the wound and suctions the brain. Following this suction, the baby’s head is crushed and the remains of the dead child are delivered.








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