Lindsay from Missouri tells her abortion story:
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The abortion clinic was part of a national group. It was a very cold and sterile environment. First, going into the lobby was a large seating area where it looked as if we were cattle going to slaughter. Women were crying and some were yelling at family or friends. It was a humiliating experience for me. I was alone with my best friend. Thank God for her. I don’t think I could have survived this experience without Kat.
I was seen by an ultrasound technician to determine how far along I was. I was 13 weeks. I asked to see the sonogram and was rudely told, no, I could not see it as it could cause me to change my mind. I was then taken back to talk first to a nurse and then to a doctor. I was given Misoprostol. It was supposed to induce labor, and I was able to go home after the first dose was given. I had to go through the post op surgery area when I was leaving and saw probably thirteen girls who had just had abortions. Some were still drugged up while others were crying. It was horrifying. I went home and had an at-home abortion. It was painful and scary.