Planned Parenthood abortion leads to injuries, broken relationship

Pro-lifer George Grant tells the following story:

Jared McCormick took his girlfriend, Susie Glanze, to Planned Parenthood for a pregnancy test late last year. “She was really scared, and so was I,” he said. “I told her that we could go ahead and get married. We were planning on it anyway. We’d just have to move things up a little, is all. But she wanted me to finish up with school first. So, there we were. At Planned Parenthood.”

The test was positive and Susie made an appointment for an abortion the next Saturday “I really went berserk,” Jared said. “I was dead set against the abortion. I begged her to marry me and keep our baby. But she wouldn’t listen.”

The doctors performed a D&C. There was profuse bleeding, but since that is quite common with D&C abortions, the clinic personnel didn’t think anything of it.

That was a terrible mistake. An hour later, Susie was still hemorrhaging and had to be rushed to the nearest hospital emergency room. There she was given 2 units of blood and treated for severe lacerations of the cervix and uterus. It would be almost 2 days later before she would be released.

“It’s amazing what can happen between 2 people in just a couple days time,” Jared said. “Susie was so grieved over what she done – over what they’d done – that she couldn’t stand to be with me anymore. Just like that. It was all over between us. I’m convinced that if she’d known how risky the operation was we’d be together today. And our baby would still be alive.”

George Grant Grand Illusions: the Legacy of Planned Parenthood (Franklin, Tennessee: Adroit Press, 1988, 1992) 73

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Author: TA Smith

Sarah Terzo is a pro-life writer and blogger. She is on the board of The Consistent Life Network and PLAGAL +

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