Ao contrário do que as Bruxas-Comunas dizem, abortar não é 100% sem risco...
Se isto vai provocar uma reacção tal, que faz parar uma Gravidez, julgam que é o quê, uma Aspirina, ou um Rebuçado?
Abortion pill safety concerns ignored and Australian woman dies
Australia has had its first death of a woman using the abortion pill to terminate her pregnancy at home. The Australian confirms that the woman died of sepsis “some days after” having the medical abortion at one of Marie Stopes International Australia’s (MSIA) 14 Australian clinics back in 2010.
The Australian further reports that:
"In the six-month period to June 30 last year – the latest for which figures are available – the drug was given to an extra 5383 Australian women, a spike of 48 per cent. About 85,000 abortions a year are performed in Australia, mostly for women who choose not to continue pregnancy."
The abortion pill is an alternative to surgery for women in the early weeks of pregnancy and is a combination of drugs which cause miscarriage. The drug has killed dozens of women worldwide and injured more than 2,200 in the United States alone, according to the Food and Drug Administration April figures (very quietly released one might add). Through April, the FDA reports 2,207 adverse events related to the use of RU 486, including 14 deaths, 612 hospitalizations, 58 ectopic pregnancies, 339 blood transfusions, and 256 cases of infections in the United States alone. A European drug manufacturer has publicly stated that 28 women have died worldwide after using RU 486/mifepristone. This is despite the World Health Organization (WHO) believing that mifepristone is an important treatment that should be made available to all women to rid themselves of unwanted pregnancy.