- The abortion pill (1st trimester abortion) involves a women taking two synthetic hormones RU-486 (mifepristone) and misoprostol. RU-486 diables the uterine lining from providing nutrients to the fetus, which starves the fetus. The second pill is taken about two days after the first and it causes the women to expel the dead fetus for four or more hours. RU-486 has many side effects including prolonged and severe bleeding, nausea, vomiting, pain, and death.
- A suction, or aspiration, D&C abortion (1st trimester abortion) accounts for 90% of induced abortions. A cannula (a power suction tube) is inserted into the womb and dismembers the body of the unborn child.
- Prostaglandin (Committed during the second half of pregnancy) A hormone-like compound is injected into the muscle of the uterus causing intense contractions and pushing out the baby. The violent contractions often crush the baby to death, though many babies have been born alive using this procedure, then left to die.
- D&E (2nd and 3rd trimester abortion) involves dismembering the baby by tearing off their ligaments and crushing their bodies and skulls even while they are still alive. This is also the age babies begin to feel pain, even worse than we do. This procedure lasts 2 to 3 days to properly dilate the womens cervix.
- Induction (3rd trimester abortion) involves delivering a lethal injection with a large needle into the baby’s heart or head.
- Hysterotomy (3rd trimester abortion). The umbilical cord is cut while the baby is still in the womb, cutting off the oxygen supply and causing suffocation.
Live action has a series on how each abortion is performed: https://illinoisrighttolife.org/abortion-procedures/
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