Woman saw part of her 16 week aborted baby

The following case of abortion malpractice was found in Lime 5:

“25-year-old “Patricia” underwent an abortion by Dr. X on March 2, 1985 at Abortion Clinic X. After she returned home, she began hemorrhaging and passed the upper part of her fetus. She said, “I freaked out. I didn’t know what to do. I could see the eyes, and the arms and legs.” She placed the tissue in a plastic bag, and returned to the clinic, where she was told by the clinic’s owner/director that the tissue was just a blood clot. Not convinced, Patricia took the tissue to a hospital where she was informed that it was in fact the head and body parts of a 16 week old fetus. She had a second procedure in the hospital to remove additional tissue.”

Source: Miami Herald 3/20/85, 9/17/89

Mark Crutcher Lime 5: Exploited by Choice (Denton, Texas: Life Dynamics, Inc., 1996) 41

Fetus/baby at 16 weeks.
Fetus/baby at 16 weeks.
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Woman having abortion sees her mutilated baby in the collection jar

A post-abortive woman named Sabrina writes:

“As a sixteen  year -old girl, while I lay there on the abortionist table, I looked over and saw my baby mutilated in the glass container that was connected to the abortion machine , and this image has forever been etched in my mind. As I looked over and saw it, I asked the nurse if that was my baby? Her reply was, “No, that is not what you think it is; now will you please look the other way?” indicating the direction opposite of my baby … After seeing the visual I got, I knew the “truth” that my baby was mutilated. I cannot imagine the agony this caused my baby, as she died.”

Serena Gaefke 101 Reasons Not to Have an Abortion: A Girl‘s Guide to Informed Choices (2010) 18

Prebon baby at 10 weeks,
Prebon baby at 10 weeks,
From an abortion at 10 weeks
From an abortion at 10 weeks
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Woman describes her abortion at 17 weeks

Varria Russellwhite describes her abortion experience:

“I thought I’d be happy at my decision [to keep the baby], but then my career dreams started to creep back and a month later I rebooked. I was 17 weeks pregnant when I finally went through with it.

I was given a pill and then a pessary the following day, which induced a miscarriage. I was not prepared for what followed. After eight hours I gave birth to a small but fully formed baby.

As I watched the nurse carry it away in a pool of blood, I felt so hollow at the waste of a life. I could clean the mess off me, but couldn’t wash the guilt from my mind.”

What WE think of abortion – by the women who had them” Daily Mail Sept 13 2007

16 weeks
16 weeks
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Women haunted by the sight of her 13 week aborted baby

A woman who had a medical (induced with medication) abortion at 13 weeks describes her experience:

“The nurses showed us to a private room where I was told to take off my bottom half and lay in the bed. When she returned she inserted some tablets into my vagina and one up my back passage to stop infection. Although this was uncomfortable it did not hurt and I felt fine. I didn’t know what to expect after that. I was told to lie down for an hour to let the tablets absorb.

After the tablets, she had terrible cramps and went into bathroom and felt “gush” of blood and “water” and the baby fell out.

“My baby. It was tiny but prefectly formed. I studied it for some time. I don’t know why I did this because it is all I can think about now. It had a perfect little face, little arms, legs, hands, It skin was sort of see through and I could see its tiny little ribs. It was lying just as you would imagine a baby to lie, one little arm next to its head. It just looked like it was asleep, tiny and peaceful.

I felt sick and couldn’t stop shaking. That was when the reality of what I had done hit me. I killed my baby. That little human will never grow up, never laugh, never smile, never run about and play, never learn and all because of me.

I never imagined it would look like a baby. Despite having spent hours looking at pictures on the internet of babies at 13 weeks I couldnt conjure up an image in my head of what it would actually look like.

I said I was sorry to it and that I loved it. I felt stupid and evil, my baby was lying there dead because I want to go to university and we can’t afford to bring it up. That seemed like the most pathetic excuse for the death of my baby….

I thought abortion was the right choice for me, but I didn’t realise it would affect me the way it has. I haven’t been able to stop crying and all I see is that baby.”

Yesterday, I had a medical abortion at 13 weeks. I found out I was pregnant 2 weeks ago after feeling ‘strange'” Pregnancy Choices Directory

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She saw her aborted child’s head

Lorijo Nerad, 28, Michigan-based national president of Women Exploited by Abortion (WEBA), told her abortion story:

“If I knew what I know now, I never would have had my abortion. I thought it was the only way out. I was 18 years old…My husband was unemployed…and we were on welfare. The caseworker thought I was irresponsible. She called Planned Parenthood and made an appointment for me to have an abortion. I was scared to death they were going to cut off our payments. I talked it over with my husband and he said, “Choose. It’s either me or the baby.” I felt trapped, scared and alone.

I was almost three months pregnant when I had the abortion. I was given a pamphlet that showed a drawing of a little blob of jelly inside of a womb and I thought, “Oh great, that’s what it looks like. I’ll go for that.” They didn’t inform me of the development of the child, and there was no discussion about the emotional or psychological problems.

3 months

My obstetrician did the abortion in the hospital. I had no anesthesia, no local, no tranquilizers. I lay there on the table and cried. A sheet was draped across me, and the doctor wiped pieces of the baby on it. Two weeks later I was in severe pain, just horrible. I went to the bathroom and there, in the toilet paper in my hand was my baby’s head—a little bit smaller than a golf ball and all black and tarry. They hadn’t removed it during the abortion. I called the doctor, and he said it was normal, throw it away, no big deal.”

MARILYN BALAMACI, et. al. “Eight Other Women’s Stories” People Magazine August 05, 1985


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dead fetus (baby) seen after abortion

From an abortion patient who saw her dead fetus after her abortion:

“…four days after the abortion- I went to the washroom and there was a fetus, and I thoroughly examined it. I held it on a piece of Kleenex. I kept saying to myself, ‘Don’t do that, you are hurting it,’ even though it was dead already. I started thinking that it could have been a person it could have possibly been loved by somebody else who could have taken care of it. I thought as if it was almost still alive. That really shocked me. For about a week I had it wrapped up in that Kleenex and in the cabinet underneath the sink. I couldn’t bring myself to throw it in the garbage or do anything like that. And then every time I came into the washroom I knew it would be in there and I wouldn’t dare open the door of the cabinet. After about a week I worked up enough nerve to take another look at it. But by this time it was all sticking to the Kleenex and I just didn’t want to start tearing it apart. So I ended up putting it in the garbage. It sounds so horrible saying it that way. It really affected me.”

“Hag-ridden by post-abortion guilt” Canadian Business and Current Affairs , Western Report Oct 4, 1993

The dead fetus probably was the same age as the one below. Most abortions take place around this time, 7-10 weeks.

The dead fetus may have looked like this
9-10 week fetus
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Woman sees aborted baby after taking abortion pill

The following was posted on my site in response to a comment that was made that 10-week-old babies do not look human and are not developed. The woman below had an abortion by pill at 10 weeks, and held her baby in her hand:

Your [sic]wrong. If you want to see that science for yourself, its easy , you don’t care right! So get pregnant, go to a abortion clinic around 9-10 weeks, get the abortion pill. Next day insert the three pills in your cervix area, get some sleep, and wait for you to gush. Deliver in tub, so you can see this so called pile of tissue, that so called pile of tissue, has a nice round head, eyes, developing ears, hand, fingers arms, elbows, legs , feet, toes, mouth, I’ve held my 10 wk baby, have you.

A medical (by pill) abortion after nine weeks or so can result in the expelling of a baby with human parts, arms, legs, etc. These parts developed by about seven weeks after conception. See recognizable body of an aborted baby is one reason why abortions by pill can be so incredibly traumatic to women. It is also not recommended by the FDA that they be given beyond seven weeks, but many clinics do.

9 – 10 weeks
9 – 10 weeks
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Clinic Worker Tells of Pieces of Babies Left behind in Women After Abortion

From former clinic worker Carol Everett, describing that some women expel pieces of their aborted babies at home:

hand at 12 weeks

“ I know of other cases when a woman would call back and say “I just passed  a foot” or “I just passed a hand.”

Quoted in Eric J. Pastuszek “Is the fetus human?” Saint Benedict Press W/Tan Books and Publishe (September 1994) p 15



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WomenSometimes See Pieces of Their Aborted Children, says Clinic Worker

From former abortion clinic owner and director Carol Everett (read more about her here)

“A woman came back at 20 weeks and told us there was a baby’s foot in her womb. I know of other cases when a woman, after having an abortion, would call back and say “I just passed a foot” or “I just passed a hand.”

14 weeks

Eric Pastuszek. Is the Fetus Human? (Rockford, Illinois: Tan books And Publishers Inc., 1991) P 15

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Woman Deceived by Counselors

Lynda (USA)

June 26, 2000

…My boyfriend came in, and was ecstatic that I had gone through with it. As we drove away, I felt like I had forgotten something, or left something behind. We returned home, and his promise to me to be there with me, was totally false. He left me there alone. At first, I was relieved that it was over, and then I was hit by the most overwhelming, tremendous grief I had ever experienced. I was also experiencing very bad cramps. Four days after the abortion:
I got up to go potty, and felt that something was not right inside. When I wiped, I glanced down at the wad of toilet paper in my hand, and saw, my 12-week old fetus. It’s head was smashed, and it’s eyes were on either side of it’s head. It’s body was attached to the head, and only the right arm and hand remained. I was shocked and horrified by what I saw.

My boyfriend saw it to. He was standing in the bathroom shaving, while I went potty. He heard me say “oh my gosh”, when he turned to see what I was holding. He ran out of the bathroom, and kept repeating, “I didn’t see it, I didn’t see that, I didn’t see the dead baby.” I just sat there, with tears streaming down my cheeks, as I held my baby’s hand on my pinky, trying to find words to say, of why I failed this innocent child. I had tuned my boyfriend out, to where he was just some noise in the background. I later phoned the Dr.’s office that performed the abortion, asking them to clarify what I had seen. They criticized me, because, “a baby does not form until the last trimester”. They deceived me when they initially told me that. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out what a miniature hand, with four fingers and a thumb looked like, or to know what it was I held in my hand that day. I sunk into a deep depression for two years, attended post abortion counseling through new hope church, where I was mostly made to feel guilty for “murdering my baby,” and “disappointing god.” At night, I’d lay awake in bed, sobbing quietly, so not to wake my boyfriend, who had turned from demanding, to insensitive and unsupportive, and couldn’t deal with me, given I simply just couldn’t “get over it”. My relationship with him ended. My experience did not benefit my life, only damaged me. If I had been fully aprised to the full impact, risks, etc., my position would have been different, homeless or not. I believe the abortion doctors deceive a person….

From AbortionConcern.org

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