This video was produced by one of the most aggressive killing facilities in the United States. Notice how their advertisement only shows happy, skinny, white females? They are trying to tell them that they can hold on to a life free of responsibility. They are trying to tell them that they should hurry up and abort their child before they develop permanent stretch marks. That vanity is more valuable than life. Learn more about late term abortion below…

Cervical Maturation (softening and opening of the cervix):

This consists of using osmotic dilators (Laminaria, Delavan, Lamaze), uterotonic medications Misoprostol (Cytotec) and other medications that were used to assure cervical ripening to occur.  This reduces the chance of the most frequent and rare side effects, risks and complications associated with the second trimester, third trimester and late term abortion procedures.  Our offices have less than 0.5% or less chance of any complications or side effects.  The maternal death rate is approximately 10 times higher for women who deliver their pregnancy at term (40 plus or minus 2 weeks).

Stopping the Fetal Heart Beat In-Utero:

It is recommended the fetal heart be stopped in patients who are 21.5 weeks gestation or further to prevent any question of viability upon delivery.  There are several medications and methods used to do so. Intra-Fetal injections can be placed intra-cardiac, buttocks, extremity, intra-thoracic or intra-cranial.  Medications can also be injected directed into the amnionic fluid.  Though highly effective this latter method may take a few hours for the fetal heart to become asystole (absent fetal heart beat).  

Fetal Intra-cardiac Injection:

The patient is taken to the procedure room where she is placed on an exam table. If patient elects to have a mild IV sedative it is given at this point. The patient’s abdomen is cleansed with an anti-septic solution. A sonogram sector scan is placed on the patient’s abdomen and the fetal abdominal cavity is isolated. A spinal needle is guided slowly into the fetal heart where a feticide agent (digoxin, potassium chloride, hypertonic saline) or 50cc’s of air is injected via a syringe to stop the fetal heart beat. The procedure usually takes 2 to 4 minutes to perform. The patient is then observed for several minutes in the procedure room.

Complications associated with fetal intra-cardiac or other forms of fetal or intra-amnionic injection:

With or without IV Sedation patients are able to go home in 10 to 15 minutes after the procedure is performed. The majority of patients experience no pain or discomfort following the procedure. Some patients experience very mild cramping and contractions for 2 to 5 minutes after the procedure. There are some women who experience vaginal spotting or bleeding. It is extremely rare but complete or partial separation of the placenta (abruption) can occur along with heavy vaginal bleeding. There have been rare occasions where infection of the amniotic fluid (amnionitis), the intrauterine cavity (Endometritis), or the muscle of the uterus (myometritis) occurs. It is extremely rare but maternal death has occurred due to sepsis (infection getting into the mother’s blood) or severe vaginal bleeding.

Human abortion kills innocent living human beings. How much longer will you tolerate this depraved act? How much longer will you continue to advocate for its practice? It’s never too late to wake up and stand against what you know to be wrong.

Stand for Life.

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