[4/19/17] Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood clinic manager, recalls her traumatic experience undergoing an abortion.
Using the chemicals Mifeprex and Misoprostol, she ended a pregnancy that had complicated her decision to divorce her husband.
She describes how the $400 procedure was sold to her as having “no side effects.”
Instead, it was eight weeks, she writes, of “pain … unlike anything I had ever experienced,” the blood “gushing out of me,” multiple blood clots the size of lemons, being confined to a bathroom “for a good 12 hours,” “throwing up into the bathroom trashcan, crying and sweating.”
The next morning, she called Planned Parenthood, only to be told her trauma was “not abnormal.”
“WHAT?? She could not be serious. All of the bleeding, the clotting, the pain … that was NORMAL???” she writes.
Now an abortion promoter in California wants all state-funded universities to offer the same experience to students in their dorms.
The California Family Council is condemning the proposal from state Sen. Connie Leyva, D-Chino, that would mandate all health centers at public universities and community colleges “stock and dispense abortion inducing drugs that can be used up to the 10th week of pregnancy.”
“California students struggling with the trauma of giving birth to their dead babies in their dorm rooms could be common occurrence is a bill (SB-320) being considered by California state senators … gets approved,” the organization explained.