Woman screamed in pain during abortion by pill

A woman shared her experience with abortion pills on LiveJournal:

“I took my four pills at 2:45. I was fine for about an hour, than the heavy cramping started. This was easily more painful than my recovery from gall bladder surgery which I was pretty surprised about honestly. I took my anti nausea meds before taking the four pills, and then I took a Tylenol with codeine. None of which touched me. I ended up vomiting repeatedly in the bathroom for about 10 minutes. I decided to take a hot bath. This helped a lot at first, I got out of the bathtub and laid on the couch.

About thirty minutes into laying on the couch, I was in agonizing pain, pacing up and down my kitchen, randomly screaming and crying(part of that is probably because I apparently suck at handling pain). This went on until around 7:30. At 7:30 I decided a hot shower might help, I was going nuts with pain at this point and had puked again, I just wanted anything to get rid of the pain. Ten minutes into my shower I had a giant clot of some sort…it was flesh colored and the size of a standard coaster almost. After that I bled a lot and I’m still bleeding, I had one blood clot after that so far. I do feel pretty queasy right now though.

Right now I feel crampy but I am okay…I won’t lie, I cried a little after it happened. But I know this was the right choice for me.

LJ

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Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.
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2 Responses to Woman screamed in pain during abortion by pill

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  2. Philip says:

    Should ending a potential life be 100% painless? Maybe adding some Soma and Oxycontin for the suffering non-mother would make the event more “joyful?” Clinical abortion is an invasive procedure. If it isn’t necessary maybe it shouldn’t be “Plan B.”

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