Post Abortion Healing



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21 South Jackson St. Suite C
Janesville, WI 53548
608-755-9739
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Before you decide, Be informed

Here are some facts to consider

As citizens, we have a right to be informed about facts, procedures or drugs that will affect our health

Facts About the Baby

Facts About Abortion

Even before implantation, the sex of the new life can be determined
At 17 days this new life has developed its own blood cells
At 18 days the baby’s heart begins to beat
At 20 days the foundations of the nervous system is laid down
At 30 days blood is flowing through the baby’s vascular system
At 35 days five fingers can be seen on baby’s hand
At 42 days, about the time the mother realizes she is pregnant, the baby’s skeleton is complete, reflexes are present, and brain wave patterns can be recorded
By 7 weeks (49 days) the baby appears to be a miniature doll complete with fingers, toes, and ears.
By 8 weeks all organs are functioning:stomach,liver,kidney, and brain. All systems are intact. All future development is simply that of refining and increasing in size.
By 10 weeks, baby moves his tongue, swallow,s makes fist, sucks his thumb
By 12 weeks, (3 months) finger and toenails develop, baby kicks
By 4 months the genital organs are clearly differentiated. The baby grasps with its hands, swims, kicks, turns somersaults
By 5 months, and with special care, a baby could live outside of the womb
By 6 months, baby is 11-14 inches long, eye lashes are formed
By 7 months baby is completely developed and recognizes his mother’s voice

Abortions in the First Trimester:

Morning After Pill: The Morning After Pill is actually two pills — one taken within 72 hours of intercourse, and the second taken 12 hours later. These pills work to delay ovulation if it hasn’t occured, and will also alter the uterine lining to prevent implantation, causing an early abortion. See this page for more information.
Menstrual Extraction: An early suction abortion
Suction Aspiration: A powerful suction tube with a sharp cutting edge is inserted into the uterus. The force of the suction dismembers the body of the developing baby and also removes placental tissue. This is the most commonly used procedure performed up to the 12th week of pregnancy
D & C: A loop-shaped knife is inserted into the uterus and the body of the baby is scraped from the uterine wall. As a result of this procedure, the body of the baby is cut into pieces
Methotrexate: This is a chemical abortion administered by an intramuscular injection. Methotrexate begins the destruction of nourishing cells and as a result, the baby is deprived of food, oxygen, and fluids it needs to survive and so it dies in utero. Three to seven days later a vaginal suppository is inserted that will trigger the expulsion of the baby.
RU486: This procedure requires at least 3 visits with your physician or at the abortion clinic. Pills are taken that will starve the developing baby as the nutrient lining disintegrates. Several days later, more chemicals are given that will begin uterine contractions to expel the baby. Occasionally surgery is required to complete the procedure. See this page for more information.

Abortions in the 2nd Trimester:

D & E: This procedure is done up to 24 weeks. The cervix is dilated and forceps with sharp metal jaws are used to grasp the arms, legs, head, and torso of the baby which are twisted and torn away. Often the skull must be crushed to facilitate removal. Parts must carefully be removed due to sharp edges which can lacerate the uterus and cause further bleeding/complications.
Partial-birth Abortion: (D & X) This procedure is used for women who are 20-32 weeks pregnant. The doctor uses ultrasound to reach into the uterus, grab the unborn baby’s leg with forceps and pulls the baby into the birth canal except for the head. The baby is still alive as a scissors is jammed into the back of the baby’s skull. A suction catheter is inserted into the skull through this hole, and the baby’s brains are vacuumed out, the head crushed/collapsed and baby is then totally removed from the uterus.

An Unnatural Interruption

Those who advocate abortion as a healthy, safe alternative to childbirth are finding this stand harder to defend due to medical evidence to the contrary. The act of abortion is premature to nature’s system. Any violation of the body’s system of function and design can lead to serious complications — physically, emotionally, spiritually, socially and relationally.

What about Abortion Aftermath?

The decision to have an abortion often has unforseen consequences beyond the realm of the medical procedure. You have the right to be informed!

Learn more about the aftermath of Abortion

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Before you decide, Be informed

Here are some facts to consider

As citizens, we have a right to be informed about facts, procedures or drugs that will affect our health

Facts About the Baby

Facts About Abortion

Even before implantation, the sex of the new life can be determined
At 17 days this new life has developed its own blood cells
At 18 days the baby’s heart begins to beat
At 20 days the foundations of the nervous system is laid down
At 30 days blood is flowing through the baby’s vascular system
At 35 days five fingers can be seen on baby’s hand
At 42 days, about the time the mother realizes she is pregnant, the baby’s skeleton is complete, reflexes are present, and brain wave patterns can be recorded
By 7 weeks (49 days) the baby appears to be a miniature doll complete with fingers, toes, and ears.
By 8 weeks all organs are functioning:stomach,liver,kidney, and brain. All systems are intact. All future development is simply that of refining and increasing in size.
By 10 weeks, baby moves his tongue, swallow,s makes fist, sucks his thumb
By 12 weeks, (3 months) finger and toenails develop, baby kicks
By 4 months the genital organs are clearly differentiated. The baby grasps with its hands, swims, kicks, turns somersaults
By 5 months, and with special care, a baby could live outside of the womb
By 6 months, baby is 11-14 inches long, eye lashes are formed
By 7 months baby is completely developed and recognizes his mother’s voice

Abortions in the First Trimester:

Morning After Pill: The Morning After Pill is actually two pills — one taken within 72 hours of intercourse, and the second taken 12 hours later. These pills work to delay ovulation if it hasn’t occured, and will also alter the uterine lining to prevent implantation, causing an early abortion. See this page for more information.
Menstrual Extraction: An early suction abortion
Suction Aspiration: A powerful suction tube with a sharp cutting edge is inserted into the uterus. The force of the suction dismembers the body of the developing baby and also removes placental tissue. This is the most commonly used procedure performed up to the 12th week of pregnancy
D & C: A loop-shaped knife is inserted into the uterus and the body of the baby is scraped from the uterine wall. As a result of this procedure, the body of the baby is cut into pieces
Methotrexate: This is a chemical abortion administered by an intramuscular injection. Methotrexate begins the destruction of nourishing cells and as a result, the baby is deprived of food, oxygen, and fluids it needs to survive and so it dies in utero. Three to seven days later a vaginal suppository is inserted that will trigger the expulsion of the baby.
RU486: This procedure requires at least 3 visits with your physician or at the abortion clinic. Pills are taken that will starve the developing baby as the nutrient lining disintegrates. Several days later, more chemicals are given that will begin uterine contractions to expel the baby. Occasionally surgery is required to complete the procedure. See this page for more information.

Abortions in the 2nd Trimester:

D & E: This procedure is done up to 24 weeks. The cervix is dilated and forceps with sharp metal jaws are used to grasp the arms, legs, head, and torso of the baby which are twisted and torn away. Often the skull must be crushed to facilitate removal. Parts must carefully be removed due to sharp edges which can lacerate the uterus and cause further bleeding/complications.
Partial-birth Abortion: (D & X) This procedure is used for women who are 20-32 weeks pregnant. The doctor uses ultrasound to reach into the uterus, grab the unborn baby’s leg with forceps and pulls the baby into the birth canal except for the head. The baby is still alive as a scissors is jammed into the back of the baby’s skull. A suction catheter is inserted into the skull through this hole, and the baby’s brains are vacuumed out, the head crushed/collapsed and baby is then totally removed from the uterus.

An Unnatural Interruption

Those who advocate abortion as a healthy, safe alternative to childbirth are finding this stand harder to defend due to medical evidence to the contrary. The act of abortion is premature to nature’s system. Any violation of the body’s system of function and design can lead to serious complications — physically, emotionally, spiritually, socially and relationally.

What about Abortion Aftermath?

The decision to have an abortion often has unforseen consequences beyond the realm of the medical procedure. You have the right to be informed!

Learn more about the aftermath of Abortion



Post Abortion Healing



Contact Us

Pregnancy Helpline
21 South Jackson St. Suite C
Janesville, WI 53548
608-755-9739
onlinehelp@pregnancy-helpline.net