Posted by: Indonesian Children | March 22, 2009

SAVE FOR BABY

Save for baby is dedicated to helping each woman with an unwanted or expected pregnancy to choose life for her baby. If you would like to ask any questions or get some help in an unplanned pregnancy

We also offer hope and healing for the woman who has experienced regrets or complications from her abortion. If you need help in a post abortion situation

We are conducting an educational campaign via television, radio, and web sites to inform the public about abortion, post-abortion syndrome, and how certain methods of birth control cause abortions

WILL MY BABY FEEL PAIN DURING AN ABORTION?

In the past few years, research by important medical doctors has proved that yes, preborn babies can feel pain. Dr. H.M. Liley, the leading authority on the study of babies before birth, stated, “When doctors first began invading the sanctuary of the womb, they did not know that the preborn baby would react to pain in the same fashion as a child would. But they soon learned that he would.

During a suction abortion, the whole baby is too large to pass through the suction tube. Wherever the suction tip comes in contact with the baby’s body, that portion is torn off and suctioned away. To finish the procedure, the doctor uses forceps to crush the baby’s skull so that it too can pass through the narrow suction tube.

Saline abortions are not done as commonly now as in the past. Partial-birth abortions are performed in later pregnancy. Saline abortions are generally done in the fourth to seventh month of pregnancy.

 

Provided by

DR WIDODO JUDARWANTO
SAVE INDONESIAN CHILDREN

Working together make a smoke-free homes and smoke-free zones for all children

Yudhasmara Foundation

 

JL TAMAN BENDUNGAN ASAHAN 5 JAKARTA PUSAT, JAKARTA INDONESIA 10210

PHONE : (021) 70081995 – 5703646

email : judarwanto@gmail.com

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