Every abortion doctor must be charged with animal cruelty. As mammals we have laws as to what this practice is called. It’s inhumane! Where is the humane society regarding this cruel practice being committed on animals by the million.
IF YOU ARE A LAWYER please consider a class action for EACH doctor that performs this cruel and unusually heinous crime of MURDER and dismemberment.
what is an abortion?
from – https://www.webmd.com/women/abortion-procedures#2
Vacuum Aspiration (Suction Abortion)
Most abortions done in the U.S. take place in the first 12 to 13 weeks of pregnancy. If you opt for an in-clinic abortion in your first trimester, you’ll have a vacuum aspiration, which you may also hear called a “suction abortion.”
In most cases, your cervix doesn’t need to be prepped or dilated for this procedure. But if you’re more than about 10 to 12 weeks pregnant, your health care provider may take steps to open your cervix a bit before getting started so that the medical tools can access your uterus. She’ll likely insert little sticks made of sterilized seaweed that absorb moisture and expand, called laminaria.
Once you’re ready for the procedure, your health care provider will have you lie on an exam table with your feet in stirrups, like you’re having a pelvic exam.
health care? – if this was an elephant or a dolphin these people would be behind bars – there ARE LAWS against animal cruelty.
When you’re comfortable and sedated, if you so choose, your health care provider will insert a medical tool called a speculum into your vagina to keep it open, and swab your vagina and cervix with an antiseptic solution called Betadine.
CONTENTS ? BABY – they suction the BABY out – and then count the body parts, because if they don’t get “everything” then the “mother” could get an infection.
I searched all over the internet – and they all obfuscate the “contents”
The Most Important Question About Abortion
Is abortion right, or is it wrong? It’s the big question that’s lost in a societal debate that’s mostly focused on legality. But, really, whether it’s right or wrong is the most important question about abortion.