Abortion drugs don’t just kill babies. They kill moms, too.
September 23, 2019 (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children) — Misinformation kills. It killed 218,518 last year in the United Kingdom, to be exact. There is a lot of misinformation in the public sphere regarding abortion, and it is endangering countless people. So, let's bust some myths and save some lives.
Abortion pills are safe and simple. Aren't they?
Wrong. Hate to break it to you, but abortion pills are far from 'safe and simple.'
This is one myth that the abortion industry has been pushing and peddling for decades. In reality, abortion drugs which kill countless unborn humans every single year also cost thousands of women their health and wellbeing.
Let's Get Real — What The Provider Isn't Telling You
Abortion drugs induce chemical abortions. This involves consuming two sets of drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone will starve the unborn human of any nutrients, resulting in his or her death. Misoprostol will then force the dead human out of the mother's body.
Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration updated their guidance to reveal that 22 American women died following the con of abortion drugs.
According to the FDA, the 22 women died from a range of complications induced by the abortion drugs including liver failure, sepsis, toxic shock syndrome and haemorrhaging.
The report stated that between 2000–2012, there were 2740 cases of reported complications associated with the abortion drugs. The past five years witnessed an average of 289 complications annually which included 273 hospitalisations, 103 infections and 182 cases of blood loss resulting in urgent transfusions.
Also, despite the glowing reviews of medical abortion by providers and pro-abortion campaigners, women find medical abortion substantially more painful than surgical abortion due to uterine contractions.
So, don't believe the hype. It's pretty obvious: abortion drugs are dangerous. Steer clear!
Published with permission from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children.