The reason does not matter. Abortion is killing a living human child…no matter what stage no matter what reason. What is unreasonable are for people to make the statement that most women do not regret their abortions. There is no way of knowing this. And as a woman who has done it…I know its something most women want to forget…for all the obvious reasons."To say, "you will regret your abortion", does not take into account the reason that an individual woman is considering her abortion and is an unreasonable statement."
I understand what you are saying but…you still killed your child. You presumed to know what would happen. I know many women who took drugs and their children were born fine."I have an abortion when I became pregnant after delivering my second son only 10 months earlier. I had 2 c-sections and my first son was post-mature and weighed only 4.6 lbs and my second son was a premmie wieghing 3.11 lbs. I delievered my first son at 30 years old. I had gained so much weight with my second pregnancy that I was prescribed presciption diet pills that were clearly not to be taken when pregnant. When I became pregnant the third time I had been taking these pills for nearly 9 months My husband and I decided that I should seek an abortion as my second son was having problems and we just didn't have a good feeling."
So short? LOL It does not matter you were pregnant and no abortionist would have been needed if you were not carrying something alive and human inside you. The procedure……you mean the abortion, right? That point when they killed your child for you. Was your health at risk? You did what I did…you did not care…you killed your child…successfully."My OB wouldn't perform abortions so refered me to a clinic that did. The doctor their said that my pregnacy was so short that he had trouble even finding were the egg was implanted. He experience complications performing the abortion and I was sent via ambulance to a hospital where my OB did exploratory and completed the procedure successfully."
Sure it was….you knew what you did, so did I. I became suicidal at one point, didn't actually try but the thought consumed me…it about broke my marriage up and I suffered for years with depression. And this happened twenty some years after I had it. You never forget it…and you try to cover it up so it goes away."Unfortuanetly, the abortion has always been in the back of my mind and I wish I had let the pregnancy go full term. This is my experience and each womens is different some may regret it and due to the ceircumstances some may not. I personally dont feel it is a fetus until it has a heart beat and an implanted egg does not. A heartbeat is not shown on ultrasound until 7 weeks."
At the time of conception it is a living human child…that is fact no matter how much we pretend it isn't.
You are the first person on any debate thread other than myself who has ever admitted to having an abortion..so I welcome your input here.
The heart starts beating around twenty days…..long before most women get abortions.
Why aren't you out campaigning for late term abortions? You are pro-late term abortions aren't you? Cause if the woman has a right to her body…then she should be able to kill, no questions asked at nine months.
ARe you for late term abortions? yes or no
ARe you for late term abortions…yes or no?
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