Fight against Abortion
"Mary, Mother of the Unborn"
Abortion? No - It's A Child!!
Miss Tidwell, an American artist, was inspired to paint this beautiful depiction of our Blessed Mother grieving over the millions of aborted babies. Normally, a picture like this would take months to finish. She completed this one in two hours.
Nowadays there is very little regard for the life of a child
within the womb of the mother. Most people are concerned about their own
pleasure. Many want the right to have sex with anyone and then kill the child
resulting from that sex life. Therefore so many young children are being
murdered under the name of abortion.
Some Methods of Early Abortion:
Manual Vacuum A (MVA0 or Sharp Curettage (D&C):
Vacuum Aspiration or Sharp Curettage (D&C): (6 to 16 wks) powerful suction tube inserted through the cervix and into the uterus. The abortionist begins by dilating the mom's cervix until it is large enough to allow a cannula to be inserted into her uterus. The cannula is a hollow plastic tube that is connected to a vacuum-type pump by a flexible hose. The abortionist runs the tip of the cannula along the surface of the uterus causing the baby to be dislodged and sucked into the tube - either whole or in pieces. Amniotic fluid and the placenta are likewise suctioned through the tube and, together with the other body parts, end up in a collection jar. Any remaining parts are scraped out of the uterus with a surgical instrument called a curette. Following that, another pass is made through the mom's uterus with the suction machine to help insure that none of the baby's body parts have been left behind. The contents of the collection jar are examined to assure that all fetal parts and an adequate amount of tissue commensurate with gestational age are present. MVA successfully terminates an unwanted pregnancy 99.5% of the time.
Mifepristone: (5 to 7 wks) is also known as RU-486 or the "Abortion Pill."
RU-486 is a drug that has been used in Europe for some years (in combination
with a prostaglandin drug) to terminate a pregnancy. The generic drug name is
mifepristone, but it is more commonly known as RU-486. This information and
instruction discussion is based on the assumption that you have had counseling
and competent guidance in making your decision to seek this procedure for
termination of the pregnancy.
Methotrexate: (5 to 9 wks) though not approved by the FDA for this use, a
methotrexate injection kills the unborn child by interfering with the growth
process (cell division). It may also affect attachment of the embryo to the
uterine wall. Several days later, the woman is treated with
prostaglandin (misoprostol) suppositories to expel the fetus; woman aborts at
home. Requires three visits to a doctor to complete process.
Some Methods of Late Abortion:
Dilation & Evacuation (D&E): (13 to 20+ wks) the cervix is pried open. Using forceps, the abortionist tears the child out of the womb, limb by limb. The child is then reassembled to assure that no fetal parts are left inside. Possible complications include infection, cervical laceration and uterine perforation.
Prostaglandin: (16 to 38 wks) also called misoprostol, this chemical which induces premature labor, is given as suppositories or an injection; live births are common. Hazards include convulsions, vomiting, and cardiac arrest.
Digoxin Induction: (20 to 32 wks) involves injecting a lethal chemical directly into the baby's heart followed by labor induction with prostaglandin.
Saline Abortion: (16 to 32+ wks) a long needle is inserted into the woman's abdomen, and a salty solution is injected into the amnionic fluid. The salt poisons the child, burning its lungs and skin. A dead baby is then delivered within 24 hours. This method is rarely used any more due to the serious health risks to the woman.
Hysterotomy: (24 to 38 wks): The procedure is simply an early Caesarean section. After an incision is made through the abdomen and uterus, the unborn child is lifted out and allowed to die. The risks are the same as for a normal Caesarean section.
D&X: (20 to 32+ wks) also known as "partial-birth abortion" this dangerous method of late abortion, termed "bad medicine" by the American Medical Association, involves pulling the baby out feet first into the birth canal while the head remains in the uterus. The abortionist then makes a hole in the back of the skull to remove the brains with a suction catheter. The head collapses allowing the child to be removed in one piece. More information and pictoral diagrams of how this prodecure is done.
What are the possible complications of an abortion?
There may be some physical or psychological complications with an abortion. These may be a factor in your decision to have an abortion so we have summarized some of the main possible complications below.
As with any operation, an abortion may cause some significant blood loss. A normal abortion performed in the first twelve weeks of pregnancy will cause very little bleeding. If the patient is experiencing heavy bleeding for weeks following the abortion then this is likely due to the incomplete removal of the placenta.
There may be a problem with infection after the procedure has been performed. This may be due to contaminated tools, an existing infection or pieces of placenta which have been mistakenly left in the uterus. These infections are normally treated with antibiotics.
Damage to Organs:
Physical damage to the interior organs is also a possibility during the abortion procedure. Any instrument which is used in the uterus could possibly be passed through the muscle of the uterus. This normally heals without any further care. The cervix may also become damaged by the clamp used during abortion. If the clamp falls off, it may damage the cervix which can be sutured to correct any difficulty.
How you react after an abortion is influenced by the circumstance leading to it and the support and kindness of family, friends and health personnel. Many women are relieved afterwards; others feel a sense of loss and a need to mourn. Women who have had mixed feelings leading up to the abortion may need more time to deal with their decision afterward.
Window of Life
Window of Life – it is a place where a woman can anonymously leave her new born child if she does not want the child. A mother opens a window and puts the child to an incubator. When the child is in the incubator, a nun comes and take the child and cares for the child. Such child goes further to adoption.
The idea of Window of Life was born in Krakow, Poland. The first Window of Life was made in the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, at the 39 Przybyszewskiego Street in Krakow, Poland. (below you can see the photo of the first window). The window was opened on March 2006 and up to October 2008 – 10 children was saved thanks to it.
Windows of Life were opened also in other Catholic Congregations in Poland and in 12 other towns: Czestochowa, Ełk, Gdańsk, Grudziądz, Kalisz, Katowice, Koszalin, Nowy Sącz, Płock, Rzeszów, Sandomierz, Warsaw.
For more information please contact Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth in Krakow; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This idea was born in Catholic Poland, but we would like to share this idea with the whole world.
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