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Cherry Hill Women’s Center abortion clinic

Posted in Abortion clinic, Abortion Consent form, Abortion Doula with tags , , , , , on July 9, 2015 by saynsumthn

The Cherry Hill Women’s Center abortion clinic kills unborn babies all the way up to 24 weeks.

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The Cherry Hill Women’s abortion clinic became well known after their counselor, Emily Letts, filmed her abortion causing the video to go viral.

Despite the fact that Letts claimed she did not regret her abortion, the Cherry Hill abortion clinic posts images of their post-abortion pamphlet on their Faceboook page.

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The front of the brochure reads:

    Health physical and emotional healing after an abortion requires compassionate and sensitive support. If you find you would like help in coping with any emotion you are experiencing after an abortion you may contact a counselor at Cherry Hill Women’s Center. Additional professional support services can be found inside this pamphlet.

The clinic also offers abortion Douala classes.

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According to a consent form the abortion clinic has on their website the following risks are possible from the abortion procedure:

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    fever, infection, hemorrhage, embolism, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), cervical incompetency, rupture of the uterus, shock, cardiac arrest, perforation of the uterus and/or bowel and death.

    INCOMPLETE ABORTION: In some instances, all of the pregnancy tissue may not be removed from the uterus and the abortion will be incomplete. If this occurs, the abortion procedure may have to be repeated.
    MULTIPLE PREGNANCIES: In the event of a multiple pregnancy, another abortion procedure may be required.
    ECTOPIC PREGNANCY: In some instances, the pregnancy might occur in the fallopian tubes leading to the uterus. This is
    called an ectopic pregnancy. An abortion procedure cannot successfully terminate an ectopic pregnancy and I will need to be
    hospitalized to treat this condition.
    HETEROTOPIC PREGNANCY: In rare instances, women may have a pregnancy in the uterus and in the fallopian tubes. This is called a heterotopic pregnancy. I have been informed that a heterotopic pregnancy may not be diagnosed on the day of my abortion. In the rare event that I have a heterotopic pregnancy, I will require hospital treatment and may require emergency surgery.

Abortion Doula: you can love your baby and also kill it?

Posted in Abortion Doula with tags , , , , , , on October 29, 2014 by saynsumthn

Vanessa Norton is an abortion Douala who volunteers with the Bay Area Doula Project.

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Norton brags that at one point in her life she defended abortion clinics against Operation Rescue.

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Norton has published an article in response to abortion Doula, Alex Ronan’s article, “My Year as an Abortion Doula,” calling much of it sensationalized and saying that it, “misrepresented abortion doula work and abortion in general.”

Among the statements which Norton took issue with was that Ronan’s language painted clinic staff negatively, the patients passively, and “almost romanticizes fetal remains,” she complains,”The attending doctor “barks commands,” a nurse “shoves a bucket,” a patient “stares blankly,” or even worse, when reconsidering her abortion, doesn’t know what she wants. Meanwhile, the fetus “sleeps like me,” looks like a “doll arm.”

Norton then adds, “What is never touched upon in the article is what I see as the most important piece of this abortion doula work: why do it? It can be emotionally and physically taxing, it doesn’t pay, it’s sometimes hard; it’s sometimes boring.”

Despite Norton’s disdain for Ronan’s abortion Douala story, I found hers just as shocking.

A few statements by Norton popped out for me.

My friend/doula who witnessed my abortion said to me, “you can love your baby and also kill it.” It was closest to what I felt when I decided to have an abortion.”

Norton also states that, “After having two abortions myself, witnessing several abortions, and touching just as many festus–babies–products of conceptions, I have never felt closer to the fact that no matter what choice is made, it is forever for that pregnant person...”

Perhaps that messed up mindset is how she can also be in awe of a baby being born.

Below is a screen grab of Norton’s Twitter page and a tweet from November, “Witnessed a baby emerge into the world yesterday afternoon. Like nothing else!”

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