One reporter recounts the story of a woman, a 30-year-old divorced mother of two, who had an abortion by pill:
“I took the first three tablets. The process had started and it was inevitable. But you have so long to reflect on it, and I became quite upset.
The second stage was pretty awful. After taking [the drug to induce contractions], the pain became very strong. It was just like early labor. I remember finally dispelling the fetus. The nurse told me it was “beautifully formed.”
[This method] may be physically more natural, but psychologically it hits you much harder. You preside over the killing of a baby, completely unblinkingly.”
Wendy Wright “The Deceit behind RU-486: Who’s Really in Control?” Family Voice, November/December 2000Share on Facebook