This is what a Chemical Abortion Really Looks Like. Watch.

The expansion to access and removal of safety protocols (called REMs– Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy) for chemical abortions is the biggest battleground we face right now in the pro-life movement.

During the current COVID-19 crisis, Planned Parenthood and their bought-and-paid-for allies in statehouses across America are working non-stop to bust open the doors to provide dangerous chemical pill abortion drugs through the mail or at a pharmacy without pregnancy confirmation tests or ultrasounds – and they are facing little opposition.

They are targeting vulnerable young women to trick them into believing getting a chemical abortion is as easy as taking an aspirin for a headache. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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FAQ on Chemical Abortions

If I have already taken an abortion pill, can I stop it? How do I get help?What are the risks to women?What happens during a chemical abortion?

When a woman first begins a chemical abortion, she is first given mifepristone - a drug designed to prevent the delivery of essential nutrients to the developing baby, essentially starving the baby to death. Next, the woman is given a second drug, misoprostol, to terminate the pregnancy. Within 6-48 hours, this drug usually causes contractions and expel the remains of the baby. But about 5 percent of the time, the drug combination won’t work and a surgery is required to either end the pregnancy or remove the dead infant and placenta. That risk is higher the later you go into pregnancy.

https://pregnancyhelpnews.com/shock-incomplete-abortion-pill-procedures-could-leave-thousands-needing-emergency-care

https://www.ucsfhealth.org/treatments/medical-abortion

For the about 5 percent of women whose babies are not killed and expelled by the drugs, a surgery is required basically to save the woman’s life as infection can set in if the dead infant or tissue remains in a woman’s womb to fester.

In fact, “the risk of death appears to be 10 times greater with medical abortion (chemical abortion) than with surgical abortion,” according to medical journal report in MedGenMed.

According to 
the FDA, “Cramping and vaginal bleeding are expected effects of the treatment regimen.  In some cases, very heavy vaginal bleeding will need to be stopped by a surgical procedure … Other common side effects of the treatment regimen include nausea, weakness, fever/chills, vomiting, headache, diarrhea, and dizziness in the first day or two after taking the two medicines.”
 
Other consequences include hospitalization and blood transfusions to address excessive bleeding. And physicians report that hysterectomies following complications from chemical abortion has occurred.
 
Already the 
FDA reports that women have died taking the chemical abortion pills, usually because of an ectopic pregnancy or when later in pregnancy, sometimes from “severe systemic infection (also called sepsis).”
 
And the FDA notes that chemical abortion pills should never be given to women or if she:

  • cannot go to a follow up visit to check on possible complications
  • has problems with the adrenal glands (the glands near the kidneys)
  • is currently being treated with long-term corticosteroid therapy (medications)
  • has had an allergic reaction to mifepristone, misoprostol or similar drugs
  • has bleeding problems or is taking anticoagulant (blood thinning) drug products
  • has inherited porphyria
  • has an intrauterine device (IUD) in place (it must be removed before taking Mifeprex).


Longer term risks to women impact their mental and physical health.
 
More than 100 studies show linkage between abortion and an increased risk of mental health issues. A report from 
Americans United for Life notes that “one study found that women whose first pregnancies ended in abortion were 65 percent more likely to score in the ‘high risk’ range for clinical depression.” Studies also showed that “10 percent of mental health problems suffered by women are directly attributable to abortion.” And risks to women include  problems in future pregnancies, including pre-term births, the “leading cause of infant death both globally and in the United States.”

Despite all these risk of the drugs in a somewhat supervised setting. The abortion industry wants to hand out these chemical abortion pills without any examination or supervision, which has been shown to have potentially terrible consequences.
 
Consider a recent report noting a “
peer-reviewed study from 2015 on the safety, efficacy, and acceptability of self-administered abortion pills through 70 days showed that almost 30% of the 40 women taking chemical abortion did so after the FDA-approved time frame of 63 days. Very sadly, 62% of these women had incomplete abortions. Surgical evacuation was required for 68% of these patients, and 23% of these women had a failed abortion. For 12.5% of them, they received surgical evacuation with blood transfusion. The authors concluded that ‘unsupervised medical abortion can lead to increased maternal morbidity and mortality.’” Morbidity and mortality mean deadly consequences and death.

A case study written about women’s chemical abortion experiences, 
#AbortionChangesYou, reported on one study that found 43 percent of women experienced more bleeding that expected with 26 percent of women bleeding for more than four weeks. Far from being a moment of female empowerment, 53 percent of the women said that they had wanted their babies, but pressure from the child’s father or a family member lead them to take the chemical abortion pills.

The study also noted that women felt lied to about how simple taking a few pills would be, reporting: “When women’s personal experiences contradicted what they were originally told by health care providers, family, or friends women felt deceived. One woman communicated her frustration by saying: ‘They told me it wouldn’t hurt, and I wouldn’t feel a thing. THAT WAS SUCH A LIE. I felt everything, I heard everything, I seen everything. I ended up blacking out from the pain and puking all over myself.’”

The researchers concluded, “In sum, our findings show that the medication abortion experience is rife with tension and contradiction.”

If you would like to save your pregnancy, you still have time, but you must act quickly! Please call the 24/7 abortion pill reversal hotline at (877) 558-0333 or visit abortionpillreversal.com to speak to a live representative who can help you right now.

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This clip is from the movie Unplanned. Currently, you can watch the film in it’s entirety on Amazon Prime.

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