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 2007Share on Facebook