RU 486 – DIY Abortion

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As the world loses its mind and spiritual darkness is exploding all around us, we are seeing the price that evil demands of those who enjoy the pleasures of this world in exchange for their soul.

Those who love sin, love death.  Their are Temples to death all over our world.  Some are dedicated to child sacrifice named Abortion.  If you ever have been to an abortion prayer  outreach and come face to face with those seeking abortions and those administering them than you have seen the DEMONS face to face.  They manifest in all their ugliness as soon as you mention LIFE, GOD or Babies.

Those women who are seeking abortions do not even understand what is happening inside them.  They have allowed the demon ground and the demons are in control.  Especially with those who have had multiple abortions, or have participated in the actual act.  The CHOICES they made, hardened their hearts and allowed the darkness to come in.

For all this time, many women have surrendered their bodies and their unborn babies on the altar where the medical staff did the dirty dead.  Once the “Abortion Pill” became available, women themselves have become the HIGH PRIEST at the Altar of Sacrifice.  This my friends brings a whole new level of accountability and blood guilt, which makes the act that much more devastating for the woman.

It is one thing to walk into a clinic pregnant and come out NOT and another thing altogether to suffer through the agonizing weeks long process of your infant dying inside you, knowing that it was YOUR CHOICE to murder them.  To bleed out and hold in your own bloody hands the tiny remains of a precious life, and then to dispose of it like it was nothing more than a filthy rag.

Once you have experienced that.  There is no fooling yourself anymore.  Many women, over the decades, have been decieved into believing they were disposing of nothing more than tissue.  The dark ritual of the murder was usually kept from them as they were anesthetized.  The process they experienced took only a few hours.  But, even for them the pain and suffering lasted much longer.

It breaks my heart when I think about the babies and how they suffer.  It also breaks my heart, because I know first hand that the pain, suffering an emotional repercussions for their actions will NEVER LEAVE those precious women.  Even the ones who have managed to fool themselves for now, will eventually experience the weight of what they have done.

This post is about the “ABORTION PILL”.  They make it sound like you just pop one pill and you are done.  What a horrible deception.

side note: Have you noticed lately, that scientists are completely baffled about just about everything?  They more they learn the more they find they don’t KNOW anything.  Suddenly, for some strange reason, they are starting to admit it.

I hope that this information will give you, the reader, a better understanding.  I hope even more that it will encourage you to do what you can to spread the truth, and to help women every where avoid being part of these horrible sacrifices.


Infanticide – Wikipedia

Infanticide (or infant homicide) is the intentional killing of infants or offspring. Infanticide was a widespread practice throughout human history that was mainly used to dispose of unwanted children,[1]: 61  its main purpose being the prevention of resources being spent on weak or disabled offspring. Unwanted infants were normally abandoned to die of exposure, but in some societies they were deliberately killed.

Infanticide is now widely illegal, but in some places the practice is tolerated or the prohibition is not strictly enforced.

Most Stone Age human societies routinely practiced infanticide, and estimates of children killed by infanticide in the Mesolithic  and Neolithic eras vary from 15 to 50 percent. Infanticide continued to be common in most societies after the historical era began, including ancient Greeceancient Rome, the Phoenicians, ancient China, ancient JapanAboriginal AustraliaNative Americans, and Native Alaskans.

Infanticide became forbidden in Europe and the Near East during the 1st millennium. Christianity forbade infanticide from its earliest times, which led Constantine the Great and Valentinian I to ban infanticide across the Roman Empire in the 4th century. Yet, infanticide was not unacceptable in some wars and infanticide in Europe reached its peak during World War II (1939-45), during the Holocaust and the T4 Program.[2] The practice ceased in Arabia in the 7th century after the founding of Islam, since the Quran prohibits infanticide. Infanticide of male babies had become uncommon in China by the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), whereas infanticide of female babies became more common during the One-Child Policy era (1979–2015). During the period of Company rule in India, the East India Company attempted to eliminate infanticide but were only partially successful, and female infanticide in some parts of India still continues. Infanticide is now very rare in industrialised countries but may persist elsewhere.

Parental infanticide researchers have found that mothers are more likely to commit infanticide.[3] In the special case of neonaticide (murder in the first 24 hours of life), mothers account for almost all the perpetrators. Fatherly cases of neonaticide are so rare that they are individually recorded.[4]

The Attempt to Attribute Human Sacrifice to the Bible

Recent critical scholarship has tried to argue that Yahweh himself actually commanded and accepted human sacrifice from Israelites and only later did post-exilic agenda-driven authors write propaganda into the Bible to try to discredit this “once-acceptable sacrifice.” This is an attempt to reduce Hebrew Yahwism down to evolving Canaanite religion rather than revelation from heaven. They suggest several key passages to support this contention: (1) Yahweh’s command to Abraham to sacrifice his son (Gen. 22), (2) Jephthah’s vow to sacrifice his own daughter (Judges 11:29-40), and 3) Yahweh’s explicit statement that he had previously commanded human sacrifice in Ezekiel 20:25.

Yahweh’s command to Abraham is one of the most debated passages in the Bible. That command was clearly and contextually testing of Abraham’s faith that Yahweh didn’t intend for Abraham to perform. Such hypotheticals of testing are more reflective of a contrast with the Canaanite culture than an accommodation of it. Would Abraham be willing to do what he thought was wrong if Yahweh commanded it? Abraham was supposed to trust Yahweh’s righteousness and not lean on his own fallible fallen human understanding. That is a test of trust, not the validation of an evil.

Jephthah’s vow has also been debated for centuries about whether it even referred to human sacrifice rather than a life of religious celibacy (Judges 11:30). But at the end of the day, the text gives no moral judgment of Jephthah’s behavior from God’s perspective. Yahweh is not shown to approve of it any more than he is shown to condemn it. An argument from silence is not an argument for anything. The story merely describes what happened. Jephthah’s performance of his vow thus remains to be judged by scriptural passages that do make moral judgments on human sacrifice as evil.

Ezekiel’s recording of Yahweh’s strange statement about statutes and human sacrifice is surely the most difficult of the passages to address. In it, Yahweh is referencing the disobedience of Israel toward him in the wilderness.

Moreover, I gave them statutes that were not good and rules by which they could not have life, and I defiled them through their very gifts in their offering up all their firstborn, that I might devastate them. I did it that they might know that I am the Lord. (Ezek. 20:25–26).

It sounds as if God is saying that his laws of Torah were not good and that he deliberately defiled the people by telling them to sacrifice their children. And then he gets even more strange to suggest that this was done so that they might know that he was Yahweh. It is one list of confusing contradictions against everything else written of God’s Law in the Old Testament.

The context of the passage solves the problem of misinterpretation. It wouldn’t make sense that Yahweh here would say the opposite of everything he has said throughout the Old Testament about his Law. In fact, it wouldn’t make sense to contradict what was previously said in this very same chapter of Exodus 20: that his statutes were good (v.12), that they would give life (v.11), that idols defiled them (v.7, 18), and that human sacrifice was forbidden (vv. 28-29, 31). Yahweh said very clearly that regarding child sacrifice, “I did not command it, nor did it come into my mind” (Jer. 7:31).

Context is everything. And the context of the passage is about Israel being given over to pagan control as punishment for her disobedience. The verses before Ezekiel 20:25-26 reiterates Yahweh’s warning that he would “scatter them among the nations and disperse them through the countries” (20:23-24). Yahweh gave them up to the godless nations around them whose gods they chose to worship.

Not the only time that God gave the people over to the sins they embraced.

 21Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. 22Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, 23And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things. 24Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: 25Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.

26For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: 27And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet. 28And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; 29Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers, 30Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, 31Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful32Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.

Well, those gods had their own statutes and rules that violated Yahweh’s law. So the best translation of v. 25 is not God “gave them those statutes,” but rather as the NKJV translates, God “gave them up” to those evil laws and rules. This is what is meant by “withholding his hand” from Israel in v. 22. This is also what is meant by Paul in Romans 1 where God “gave up” the pagans to their depravity to be judged by it (Rom. 1:242628). So God gave up the Israelites to the godless nations with their godless statutes and culture that Israel was seeking after. Yahweh’s goal was that Israel would suffer from her bad choices and return to Yahweh.

The attempt to attribute child sacrifice to the Bible as if it were originally a normal part of Yahweh worship has no textual support from Scripture. The fact that many Israelites engaged in human sacrifice is simply proof of what the Bible says that they were spiritually unfaithful to Yahweh for so long that he sent them into exile precisely for sins such as child sacrifice.

The obvious connection that child sacrifice has with the modern practice of abortion is not hard to catch, and thus the parallels between Jezebel’s day and our own are instructive. Phrases like “sacrificing children in temples of Molech” or “on the altars of convenience” are used by pro-lifers of abortion clinics because the willing murder of one’s own offspring in order to bring benefit to a person’s life or to escape personal suffering is exactly what the motivation was behind child sacrifices of the ancient world. In the same way that the ancient world pleaded with the gods through child sacrifice to save them from the suffering of diseases, famine, or wars, so today’s culture pleads to Molech through abortion to “save” women from the suffering of poverty, “oppressed status,” or gender wars.

True believers in child sacrifice who were mothers of that ancient time considered it difficult but necessary to sacrifice their babies, just as true believers in abortion today will admit the difficulty of their act while demanding it a necessary right to sacrifice their babies. “Safe, legal, and rare” has resulted in a universal sacrament.

In the end, there is just no legitimate moral argument for murdering innocent children. And as in ancient Israel, the child sacrifice of abortion marks the beginning of the end of a civilization by the judgment of God.


Why Science Can’t Say When a Baby’s Life Begins

If anything, science has only complicated the personhood debate.

SCOTT GILBERT WAS walking through the halls of Swarthmore when he saw the poster, from a campus religious group: “Philosophers and theologians have argued for centuries about when personhood begins,” it read. “But scientists know when it begins. It begins at fertilization.” What troubled Gilbert, who is a developmental biologist, was the assertion that “scientists know.”I couldn’t say when personhood begins, but I can say with absolute certainty scientists don’t have a consensus,” he says. 

When life begins is, of course, the central disagreement that fuels the controversy over abortion.  Attacks on abortion rights are now more veiled and indirect—like secret videos pointing to Planned Parenthood’s fetal tissue donations, or state legislation that makes operating abortion clinics so onerous they have to shut down. But make no mistake, the ultimate question is, when does a fetus become a person–at fertilization? at birth? or somewhere in between?

Here, modern science offers no clarity. If anything, the past century of scientific advances have only made the answer more complicated. As scientists have peered into wombs with ultrasound and looked directly at sperm entering an egg, they’ve found that all the bright lines they thought existed dissolving.

The Quickening

Before ultrasounds and long before Roe v. Wade, it was obvious when life began. The “quickening,” (obvious to the pagan mind. Still not the truth.)    the first time a woman felt her baby’s kick, was the moment (again, according to pagan alchemists, diviners and philosophers.) the baby came alive, the moment it got a soul. When Henry VIII’s wife felt her quickening, it was cause for celebratory bonfires across London. In the 19th century, abortion in Britain was legal—until the quickening.

But the importance of the quickening—a concept that had been around since at least Aristotle (a pagan alchemist, star diviner and philosopher) is now a relic.  (imagine that! Must be a blow to science!) Before a mother can feel her baby kick, at around 20 weeks, she can already hear its heartbeat and see the blurry outline of its face with ultrasound. In a 2012 vice presidential debate, Paul Ryan explained his views on abortion by talking about seeing the bean shape of his unborn daughter on an ultrasound. He and his wife nicknamed her “Bean.” Ryan would later sponsor a bill for fetal personhood, which gives full legal rights to a zygote (how offensive to reference a human soul with such an ugly term) after fertilization.

In a way, science made possible the argument for fetal personhood. It’s only tenable because people can peer inside the womb, at one time a black box. Indeed, when American physicians began collecting humans embryos and charting embryonic development in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, they began considering fertilization as the beginning of fetal life. Around the same time, writes historian Sara Dubow in her book Ourselves Unborn: A History of the Fetus in Modern America, some physicians began to argue that abortion should be illegal. (Dubow declined to be interviewed for this story, citing concerns about being misquoted on abortion politics.)

When Is Fertilization?

The next century of developmental biology made things even more complicated. With in vitro fertilization—combining sperm and egg in a lab—scientists could directly observe the process of sperm entering the egg for the first time. It actually takes place over as long as 24 hours; a series of biochemical changes need to happen before the sperm can enter. Inside the body, fertilization can happen hours or even days after insemination, as the sperm travels up the fallopian tube. This journey also induces changes in the membrane of the sperm, called capacitation, that ready it to fertilize eggs. (The discovery of artificial capacitation was key to making in vitro fertilization possible.) As the fertilization researcher Harvey Florman has said, “Fertilization doesn’t take place in a moment of passion. It takes place the next day in the laundromat or the library.”

But even fertilization isn’t a clean indicator of anything. The next step is implantation, when the fertilized egg travels down the fallopian tube and attaches to the mother’s uterus. “There’s an incredibly high rate of fertilized eggs that don’t implant,” says Diane Horvath-Cosper, an OB-GYN in Washington, DC. Estimates run from 50 to 80 percent, and even some implanted embryos spontaneously abort. The woman might never know she was pregnant.

Assuming that fertilization and implantation all go perfectly, scientists can reasonably disagree about when personhood begins, says Gilbert. An embryologist might say gastrulation, which is when an embryo can no longer divide to form identical twins. A neuroscientist might say when one can measure brainwaves. As a doctor, Horvath-Cosper says, “I have come to the conclusion that the pregnant woman gets to decide when it’s a person.”  (NOW THAT IS A VERY SCARY THOUGHT! Especially after seeing and hearing from some of these crazy FEMINISTS!)

The Changing Threshold of Viability

Roe v. Wade allows abortion up to the point a fetus is viable outside the womb. But that’s not much help, either. When Edward Bell, a neonatologist at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital, first began practicing medicine in the 70s, the line was 26 weeks. “The threshold has decreased by one week for every decade,” Bell says. “In the 90s we were all confident that 24 weeks was going to be absolute limit because of the biology.”

But earlier this year, Bell published a paper in the New England Journal of Medicine showing reasonably good outcomes in preemies born at 22 weeks of gestational age. Two key technologies have pushed that date: the use of steroids, which can speed up fetal development, and surfactants that prevent lungs from collapsing after birth. Still, setting an absolute cutoff for fetal viability is impossible. “It depends on how you define it. Is it some babies survive? Half survive? Or most babies survive?” Bell says. At 22 weeks, many of the babies that survive end up with permanent health problems or disabilities.

Bell is wary of his research being appropriated by the debate over abortion. To doctors and scientists, the question of when life begins isn’t a matter of gathering more evidence. “The science has very little to do with the answer,” says Gilbert. Every iteration and advance in the lab make the question even more the purview of philosophers and theologians. And lawyers.  (None of those professions provoke any confidence or trust.  I would not consider any of them valid candidates for making a ruling on when a human beings life begins.)


Roe vs Wade & Abortions in Canada /  11 months, 2 weeks ago  /   When life begins/ Who should decide? / How many Abortions?


In my opinion, we should follow what the Bible says about when life begins, since GOD is the one who gives life.

Psalm 139:13

For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb.

Jeremiah 1:5

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you;

The True Story Behind the Abortion Pill


Unborn Victims of Violence Act
The Unborn Victims of Violence Act of 2004 is a United States law that recognizes an embryo or fetus in utero as a legal victim, if they are injured or killed during the commission of any of over 60 listed federal crimes of violence. Wikipedia
Long title:An Act To amend title 18, United States Code, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice to protect unborn children from assault and murder, and for other purposes.
Nicknames: Laci and Conner’s Law
Enacted by: the 108th United States Congress
Alternate titles: abortion pill
RU-486, first trade name for mifepristone, a synthetic steroid drug prescribed for inducing abortion during the early weeks of pregnancy. The name is derived from an abbreviation for the pharmaceutical company Roussel-Uclaf plus a serial number. RU-486 was approved for use in France in 1988, and almost immediately it became the object of ardent opposition by right-to-life groups and equally ardent advocacy by abortion-rights groups. Both sides understood that the “abortion pill,” as RU-486 was quickly dubbed, would change the dynamics of abortion, making it possible for women to terminate early pregnancies with relative ease and privacy, few medical complications, and in most cases no need for intrusive surgical procedures. In 1995 executives of Roussel-Uclaf formed the company Exelgyn, which was awarded patent rights to the drug. It was approved for use in the United Kingdom in 1991 and Germany in 1999 under the trade name Mifegyne and in the United States in 2000 under the trade name MifeprexSee also mifepristone.
An Iowa woman took RU486 and lost nearly 3/4 of her blood and likely would have died without emergency surgery. It isn’t simple or convenient. At a minimum, the RU486 procedure involves two drugs and three trips to the doctor’s office over a two week period. For 4-5% of women, the pills don’t work, making them return for surgical abortions.
History of the RU-486 Pill  The tale of the abortion pill is laden with deception, outright lies, and dishonest manipulation of every kind. The original manufacturer of the RU-486 abortion pill was the French company Groupe Roussel-Uclaf, a subsidiary of the West German pharmaceutical giant Hoechst.
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Abortion Pill Reversal

The entire three-visit mifepristone/misoprostol “medical abortion” regimen takes about two to three weeks, and there have been more than two million such abortions done since 1997.11 In fact, abortion pills will account for almost one of every four abortions in 2015. It is inevitable that some women will have second thoughts after taking mifepristone, the first step.

Pro-life physicians have found that higher available levels of progesterone can override the effects of mifepristone and block its anti-hormonal action if administered early enough. In other words, progesterone can be an antidote to the poison of mifepristone, and is more effective the earlier it is given after the mifepristone.

The latest that progesterone has blocked the action of mifepristone is three days.12 So, the general procedure is to inject the woman with progesterone for three consecutive days, then every other day for two weeks, and then twice a week until the end of the first trimester.13 A progesterone supplement can also defeat the action of morning-after pills, which include other progesterone blockers like the ulipristal acetate in Ella.

As with any other pioneering surgical or medical procedure, abortion pill reversal started out slowly and carefully.  Drs. George Delgado and Mary Davenport were the first to attempt it and publish a study on it. Although the study sample was small, the results were promising: Four of six women who had taken mifepristone delivered healthy babies normally, and the other two miscarried, possibly due to the effect of the misoprostol they had taken.14

The experience of several other pro-life physicians is even more promising.  Dr. Davenport has administered this reversal procedure to 106 women, and 56 have given birth to normal babies. More than 230 other pro-life OB-GYNs all over the world have begun to offer this service and can be contacted here  or reached here:  CALL OUR 24/7 HELPLINE: 1-877-558-0333

Criticism of RU-486 Reversals

Not surprisingly, pro-abortionists harshly criticized the pro-life physicians pioneering this procedure.

The most vocal critic, Dr. Daniel Grossman, was quoted in several mainstream media articles saying that the report was “very incomplete” and that it “hasn’t even been proven effective.”15 These media articles all mentioned that Grossman is an OB-GYN and a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, but failed to reveal that he has also held high positions in Ibis Reproductive Health and the Population Council, both population control and pro-abortion organizations. He is also a regular spokesperson for pro-abortion and population control causes and has written journal articles with such evenhanded titles as “The Public Health Threat of Anti-Abortion Legislation.” Additionally, he is a leading supporter of dangerous webcam abortions, having written an article entitled ““Effectiveness and Acceptability of Medical Abortion Provided through Telemedicine.”

Apparently such innovations are legitimate for “pro-choice” doctors, even if they endanger the lives and welfare of women. But let a pro-life physician try something new and lifesaving, and suddenly it is “unproven” and potentially dangerous.

The writers of these articles also did not bother to contact Dr. George Delgado, the pioneering researcher for this lifesaving treatment. One would think that, for the sake of completeness, the media would want to hear both sides of a potentially important story. This bias has always been particularly strong when the topic is abortion by pill.

At the very beginning of the battle over the RU-486 pill, a survey of more than two hundred magazine and newspaper articles found that only 9% mentioned any of the abortion pill’s numerous and serious complications or side effects; only 8% quoted any pro-life experts or sources; and a lopsided 96% cast the abortion pill in a “very favorable” light. Marie Bass, former political director of NARAL and a major promoter of the abortion pill, said, “Press coverage really is good, if you think about it ― sometimes I worry that it’s almost too good.”16

news media

Pro-lifers may wonder why Grossman and other pro-abortionists would be against women changing their mindsin other words, having a choice. Perhaps this is one reason why their movement is now moving away from the “pro-choice” label and more openly supporting abortion as being a positive good for women and society.

Despite all of the propaganda to the contrary, experience has shown that pro-abortionists prefer to leave more control in the hands of physicians and less in the hands of women. Perhaps this is why they fail to condemn ― and, in some cases, even support ― atrocities such as the Chinese forced abortion program and the decades of Indian forced sterilization camps which have victimized hundreds of thousands of women under filthy conditions.

This dichotomy is so extreme that three women professors wrote a book entitled RU 486: Misconceptions, Myths, and Morals, which describes how the abortion pill increases instead of decreases physician control and how it is dumped on third-world women.17 In fact, the inventor of the RU-486 abortion pill, Étienne-Émile Baulieu, has said that the abortion pill provides “immense hope” for third-world women. These are the poor women who too often serve a dual role as guinea pigs and NGO-funded customers for contraceptives and abortifacients that are considered too risky for use by women in the United States.

However, it seems obvious that the main problem for Grossman and his supporters is that mifepristone reversals might make it appear as if some women actually do regret their abortion decision ― a fatal blow to the popular pro-abortion propaganda. He said, “In my experience caring for women seeking abortion, they don’t go into this lightly. They’re very clear about their decision usually when they walk into the clinic and especially after they’ve gotten counseling … regret after an abortion is really rare.”18

Maybe ― and maybe not. But this main point is this: Shouldn’t those women who do indeed regret their abortion decision ― regardless of how rare or how common they happen to be ― be empowered to reverse it?

Apparently not, in the opinion of Grossman and other pro-abortionists. For them, the only legitimate choice is abortion. In fact, abortionists sometimes exert extreme pressure on women to continue the abortion pill procedure even if their resolve has wavered after the first step. Women who have undergone successful mifepristone reversals have said that Planned Parenthood personnel have told them that, if they did not continue with the misoprostol follow-up, they would deliver deformed babies and suffer severe pain.

Final Thoughts

It remains to be seen if the abortion pill reversal will become a commonly accepted medical practice. Pro-abortionists sometimes claim that a physician cannot be a competent OB-GYN unless they offer all available choices, including abortion. One can use this same logic to reply that, if OB-GYNs (including abortionists) do not offer mifepristone reversals, they are not supporting the full range of possible choices themselves.

Close up of woman holding abortion pill

Understanding the Risks of Illegal Abortion Pills: What Every Woman Needs to Know

April 10, 2023

The abortion pill is marketed as a simple process. Planned Parenthood describes the abortion pill as, “Really safe and effective. It’s a super common way to have an abortion, and millions of people have used it safely.”

That may be the way the abortion pill is marketed, but since Roe v. Wade was overturned, a dangerous practice has morphed into a crisis—the illegal, unmonitored exchange of pills used to end a pregnancy.

The abortion pill still poses a risk to a woman (along with the loss of a beautiful baby), even when performed using an FDA-approved prescription and monitored by a licensed medical professional with immediate access to a sterile medical facility.

By removing common safeguards, such as approvedprescribedlicensedmonitored, or sterile, medical practices, the dangers and risks of the abortion pill to a woman are compounded exponentially.

Where Is the Abortion Pill Legal?

Abortion pills are legal in some states and circumstances. Some states allow them upon request, others only in circumstances of rape, incest, fetal abnormality, or maternal risk.

Prerequisites vary, but a state that allows the use of abortion pills requires either a virtual or in-person consultation or exam and a written prescription from a licensed medical professional. The medical provider will monitor the mother and be available for questions, concerns, or emergency medical care.

What Is a Chemical Abortion?

Abortion pills make abortion possible through oral administration, which is less of a hassle for mothers than going to a clinic and receiving a surgical abortion. Abortion pills are becoming so favored that they now account for more than half of abortions in the United States. The act of terminating a pregnancy with abortion pills has many names. The most common is chemical abortion, but other more benign, dehumanizing phrases are used by abortionists, such as self-managedat-homemedicated, and RU-486.

The abortion pill is a two-step medication process and must be taken within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy. The first medication is mifepristone, which is a drug that blocks a key pregnancy hormone: progesterone. Without progesterone, the lining of the uterus breaks down and the baby diesa process that can be reversed if the mother acts quickly by taking progesterone.  

I just have to wondered how determined to MURDER their baby someone has to be to actually ingest chemicals themselves and wait for their baby to starve to death.  Then to suffer excruciating pain and tremendous blood loss, followed by the clean up and disposal of the visual evidence of that little life.  

A day or two later, the woman takes the first of four doses of misoprostol to initiate a long, grueling series of contractions that end in a stillborn baby and a bleeding mother. After this process, the woman must dispose of the expelled remains.

scale with pill bottles surrounding pills on the scale illegal abortion pills

What Are the Dangers of a Chemical Abortion?

Each year, thousands of women suffer physical and emotional trauma from chemical abortions. Abortionists disclose the possibility of mild side effects, including abdominal or stomach pain, uterine cramping, back pain, diarrhea, dizziness, headache, nausea, or vomiting.

This is a negligent lie at the risk of every mother’s life and well-being. From 2000 to 2018, 24 women died and 4,000 women reported harmful reactions to the pill, such as hemorrhaging, excruciating abdominal pain, and life-threatening infections. According to the FDA, after chemical abortion, the average mother can expect to bleed for 9 to 16 days, and 8% of women bleed for more than 30 days.

woman holding ultrasound picture of her baby

Physical trauma

The list of side effects and potential complications of a chemical abortion is endless. While some complications may be short-lived, others will last a lifetime or cut the mother’s life short.

Here are a few of the more common complications that could happen during a chemical abortion:

The baby is born alive

There have been reports of babies being  born alive following a failed chemical abortion.

Incomplete abortion

Sometimes, the abortion doesn’t work, and parts of the baby are left inside the mother. When this happens, a surgical D&C is needed to clean up the carnage.

Infection, sepsis, and death

A mother may suffer from infection, even to the point of sepsis and death. This is more common in an incomplete abortion but can happen in any chemical abortion.   (The clinics often use equipment that is not sterile, through neglect, oversight, or deliberately.)

Hemorrhaging, transfusions, and death

Transfusions and maternal death can happen in full-term pregnancies with healthy babies. A chemical abortion is a self-induced miscarriage, so bleeding is expected.

Sometimes, the bleeding doesn’t stop. Even with the best medical care, the mother’s body may be too traumatized to survive.

Drug side effects

The tables below shows a list of side effects for both Mifepristone and Misoprostol, according to the Mayo Clinic. It’s also important to note that the Mayo Clinic includes a long list of drug interactions and health conditions that rule out the option of a chemical abortion for the safety of the mother’s health and her very life.

Drug side effects tables


Abdominal or stomach pain or uterine
Acid or sour stomach
Back pain
Chest pain or discomfort
Cough or hoarseness
Fainting or lightheadedness when getting up fast, weak pulse
Flu-like symptoms
Increased clear or white vaginal discharge
Itching of the vagina or genital area
Lack or loss of strength
Nausea or vomiting
Pain during sexual intercourse
Pain or tenderness around the eyes and cheekbones
Pain in the side
Pain in lower back
Pain or discomfort in the arms, jaw, back, or neck
Painful or difficult urination
Pale, cold, or clammy skin
Shaking chills
Shortness of breath
Stomach discomfort, upset, or pain
Stuffy or runny nose
Sudden increase in stomach or shoulder pain
Tightness of the chest
Trouble sleeping
Troubled breathing
Unusual bleeding or bruising
Unusual or large amount of vaginal bleeding
Unusual tiredness or weakness
Abdominal or stomach pain
Acid or sour stomach
Bladder pain
Bloody nose
Bloody or black tarry stools
Bloody or cloudy urine
Blurred vision
Blistering, crusting, irritation, itching, or reddening of the skin
Body aches or pain
Breast pain
Burning, dry, or itching eyes
Change in taste
Chest pain
Continuing ringing or buzzing or other unexplained noise in the ears
Cracked, dry, scaly skin
Difficult, burning, or painful urination
Difficulty with breathing
Difficulty with moving
Difficulty with swallowing
Dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up suddenly from a lying or sitting position
Discharge, excessive tearing
Ear congestion
Excess air or gas in the stomach or Intestines
Feeling unusually cold
Frequent urge to urinate
Full feeling
Heavy bleeding
Hives, itching, or skin rash
Hair loss or thinning of the hair
Hearing loss
Lack or loss of strength
Loss of voice
Lower back or side pain
Muscle pain or stiffness
Nasal congestion
Pain in the joints
Pale skin
Painful menstruation
Passing gas
Pounding in the ears
Puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue redness, pain, swelling of the eye, eyelid, or inner lining of the eyelid
Runny nose
Severe stomach pain
Slow or fast heartbeat
Stomach discomfort or upset
Sore throat
Tightness in the chest
Troubled breathing with exertion
Unusual bleeding or bruising
Unusual tiredness or weakness
Vomiting of blood or material that looks like coffee grounds
Weight changes
Emotional trauma

When asked, some abortionists will admit that sadness is normal after a chemical abortion, so they’ll advise practicing self-care. The truth is, every abortion leaves the mother devastated, but chemical abortion comes with added trauma for several reasons.

Seeing your dead baby

Most mothers aren’t prepared for the trauma of seeing or holding their aborted baby. A preborn baby has all the same characteristics as every other human life, including eyes, feet, hands, and little fingers. The sight of her child’s corpse floating in the tub (or toilet) causes a trauma from which the mother may never recover.

Disposing of the remains

Whether the abortion is complete or partial, the mother will have to dispose of the remains. Sometimes, the baby will come out in one piece, other times, it’s expelled in parts. Whether the child’s remains are flushed down the toilet, thrown into the household trash, or buried.

Post-traumatic stress syndrome

Women go through all the expected stages of grief following any type of abortion. Anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress are especially common for a mother who held and disposed of her baby.

In one high-profile case reported in the Washington Post, a mother and her boyfriend put their aborted baby in a box and buried it under a tree. As the mother kneeled in the dirt, her last words to her child were, “I hope in the future, when I am ready, your soul will find me again.”

The Underground Abortion Pill Network

After the overturn of Roe v. Wade last summer, and the increased legal restrictions on abortion, there has been a push for women to “manage” their own abortions at home, particularly in states where abortion is now illegal.

Last summer when states’ abortion laws were changing, the organization Plan C shared on its social media sources where women could still receive abortion pills online and even encouraged women to stock up in case their state later made abortion unavailable.

abortion drug pill trafficking crime exchanging for money

Why the network was formed

In an effort to help women in unwanted pregnancies get these abortion pills, an underground abortion pill network has emerged.

A Washington Post article last fall shared stories of this network, including suburban abortion pill “packing parties” and a young woman who received abortion pills from an unknown user on a Reddit thread.

This network is crossing international linesAid Access, for example, is a European organization that provides telehealth appointments for women seeking abortion pills and then ships these prescriptions from a pharmacy in India.

Activists in Mexico have also played a large part in the underground abortion pill network. Women have opened up homes for women from both Mexico and the US to provide spaces to stay while they go through a medication abortion.

There is a larger network in Mexico called Necesito Abortar Mexico, which translates in English as “I Need to Abort Mexico.” The women involved in this network estimated that “some 1,700 people from the U.S.” had already been seen, as of an article published in July 2022.

One of the leading organizations in this network is Las Libres (Spanish for “The Free”), which is headed by the influential and revered Verónica Cruz. Cruz remains a key supplier for abortion pills in the underground network in the U.S

Efficacy dangers

Women who get abortion pills from an underground network have no idea how they will be shipped, where the abortion pills have been, if they’re effective, or even what is in them.

Suppliers ship abortion pills in disguised packaging. According to the Washington Post, the drugs are shipped in a box for cat flea medication (oh my, “what could go wrong with that?” What an insanely stupid idea.  Open invitation for medication mixup.  Humans getting flea meds or cats get abortion meds.) . Other suppliers route their packaging through a third party, similar to money laundering, where the pills are mailed to an alternate address before a network partner forwards it to the recipient.

Most suppliers operate out of their homes, sitting at their kitchen table with abortion pills scattered on the tabletop or heaped in cereal bowls. They stuff pills into little bags while they eat lunch, care for their children, and pet their dogs. The more thoughtful suppliers may wear gloves. Suppliers openly admit to providing expired pills.

Because of the lack of oversight, abortion pills could be laced with anything. Authorities have found fentanyl in aspirin and gummies given to children, so it’s safe to assume some suppliers are not providing pure mifepristone and misoprostol.

Physical dangers

Mothers in the underground abortion pill network face all the same deadly risks as those in a legal abortion, but with compromised pills and no medical care. Just like any other illegal drug transaction, suppliers provide abortion pills, and that’s where their interest ends. Besides the dangers presented by unmonitored abortion pills, the mother is alone when she experiences complications. Many emergency rooms and clinics refuse to treat women suffering from an underground chemical abortion because they are unwilling to risk their license or their reputation.

Many women, unaware of the signs and symptoms of complications, fail to recognize that their bodies are in distress or that they have developed an infection.  They can easily die, without ever realizing they were in trouble.  Especially if they have high pain tolerance.

Many underground chemical abortion providers are in Mexico, where women may face issues with Mexican police. As proof that the risk is very real, nonprofit reproductive rights groups are working to figure out how to defend American women when they are detained or prosecuted while getting a chemical abortion in Mexico.

Help for the Hurting

At PreBorn!, we are here to save both babies and souls, including hurting men and women, post-abortion. If you are suffering from the effects of abortion, we want to help you heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Please see our Resources Page to learn more about our partnerships with the movies, Surrender the Secret and Unplanned.

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Chemical abortions are dangerous and traumatizing, but the underground abortion pill network adds layers of unimaginable risk and suffering. Since the reversal of Roe v. Wade, the demand for underground chemical abortions has skyrocketed.

PreBorn! continues to lead the way in championing women’s health by connecting with our Network of Clinics around the nation to save more babies and saving souls, all to the glory of Jesus Christ.

A Brief Chronology in the Fight to Make RU 486 Available in the US. Mifepristone — formerly known as RU486, the French Abortion Pill — a medication that can be used for safe, effective early abortion.RU486 may also be effective in treating fibroid tumors, endometriosis, Cushing’s Syndrome, meningiomas, some types of breast cancer, and a myriad of other diseases and conditions that …
The movie referenced below is excellent.  It follows the career of one of Planned Parenthoods leading Clinic Managers, told from her own perspective and experience.  It is full of very helpful information and real life enactments related to the abortion industry and the experiences of Abortion Clients.   It is well worth your time.   I provide the link to watch it for free on TUBI.  



2019 · 1 hr 49 min

All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, she believed in a woman’s right to choose. Until the day she saw something that changed everything.



New study reveals terrible suffering but also hope for women who have abortions

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The study also interestingly found that women who have endured such abortion-related emotional trauma often believe that their suffering has ultimately benefited them, providing a stimulus for them to help other women in crisis pregnancies.

“Women Who Suffered Emotionally from Abortion: A Qualitative Synthesis of Their Experiences,” reviews data generated from 987 women with a history of abortion who were invited to participate in an online survey.

When asked what negative effects, if any, they attribute to their abortions, 23.7% recognized that they had taken a life. Many mentioned that they suffered from depression (14.4%), guilt or remorse (14%), self-hatred or other negative feelings towards themselves (12.4%), shame (10.9%), and regret (9.3%).

My child is dead and by my own choice,” one participant is quoted as saying. “I spent years of anger, shame, and grief. It damaged my relationship with my husband, my children, and my God. For 30 years I did not speak of it to anyone but my husband. My grief overwhelmed him and left him powerless and ashamed.”

“My life was interrupted in a way that after 30 years, since my last abortion, I am still hurting, emotionally and mentally as a result of my choices. I will have to live with them for the rest of my life on earth” another participant stated.

Many also mentioned self-destructive behavior as a negative consequence, including substance addiction or abuse (9%), promiscuity, self-punishment, and poor choices (7.7%), and impulses or even attempts at suicide (6.2%).

No one told me I'd have regretsWhen asked to name positive effects, if any, had come from their abortions, a little less than one third (31.6%) of participants said that there were none. Those who listed “positive” effects tended to indicate that their suffering had stimulated changes in their lives that inclined them to pro-life and crisis pregnancy activism.

Such positive changes included a “deepened spiritual life (finding forgiveness, peace, inner healing” (17.5%), commitment to crisis pregnancy work (13.3%) or pro-life work in general (6.4%), speaking or writing about their abortion experiences (8.9%), helping women to recover from abortion-related trauma by communicating the love and forgiveness of God (8.2%), and conversion to Christianity (7.5%).

“As a CPC [crisis pregnancy center] volunteer, I have been able to persuade most of my abortion minded clients to at least wait until they could see an ultrasound before they made their decisions,” said one woman. “All that have done that have chosen life for their children. I would probably not have become a volunteer had it not been for the abortion I had.”



In our society there are so many couples who are struggling desperately to conceive a baby while so many millions of women are murdering their unborn children. WHY?  This is not natural.  There are spiritual forces at work that most people do not perceive let alone discern.  

Humanity is in a final battle for survival and as a whole we are losing.  I encourage you all to do your best everyday to share TRUTH and the LOVE of GOD with anyone you can.   REAL LOVE, not the sloppy agape that the World tries to sell you.   We cannot and must not embrace that which goes against GOD.  It is not loving to fail to share the TRUTH of God’s plan of salvation with those who are clearly on the wrong path.  It will cost you dearly to boldly speak up, but what price is to great to save a soul???