The cervix is stretched open. A suction curette (hollow tube with a knife-like top) is inserted into the womb. A strong suction tears the child into pieces, drawing them into a container.
Dilation and Curettage
This is similar to the suction method, except for the use of a sharp loop-shaped knife (curette). The knife cuts the child apart. The pieces are then removed through the cervix. All of the dissected and crushed parts of the child are removed using ring forceps.
A concentrated salt solution is injected into the amniotic sac surrounding the child. The child inhales and swallows the solution, has convulsions, and dies one to two hours later from salt poisoning dehydration and hemorrhage of internal organs. The mother goes into labor. A dead or dying baby is delivered within 48 hours.
Prostaglandins are hormones that induce labor. They are injected into the amniotic sac surrounding the child or given in a shot or vaginal suppository form. The mother then goes into labor, giving birth to a child either dead or too young to survive. Sometimes poisonous salts are injected with the prostaglandins to kill the baby.
This is a form of a caesarean section. The abdomen and the womb are opened surgically. In the hysterectomy, however, the baby who is lifted out is usually too young to survive without immediate medical treatment. The baby is simply put aside to die.
Partial birth Abortion
This occurs when only the baby’s head is left in the birth canal. The body is turned so that the head is face down. Surgical scissors are inserted into the back of the skull and a suction tube is passed through the hole. The baby’s brains are suctioned out of its head, collapsing the skull. Then the dead baby is fully removed from its mother’s body.
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