About complications of Abortion

Medical Information Regarding Abortion 


  • To provide information to aid a pregnant woman in making an informed choice, and…
  • To help concerned citizens clarify the nature of abortion.

We encourage pregnant women reading this to think carefully before having an abortion.

The decision you make in the next few weeks will affect you for the rest of your life; so you have the right to learn all the facts.

Do not let anyone pressure you into a decision you are not ready to make! 


  1. Suction aspiration or suction abortion is the most common method of abortion in early pregnancy up to 12 weeks after conception (the human fetus is approximately two inches long at 12 weeks). During this procedure, the cervix (a circular muscle at the base of the uterus) is forced open, and a powerful vacuum device suctions out the human fetus in pieces.
  2. After 12 weeks, a painful D & E abortion may be performed. The abortion provider will open the cervix, impose a pliers-like instrument, twist and pull off the young one's limbs, and crush the skull and rib cage so that they may also be evacuated.
  3. Another method used from the fourth through the ninth month of pregnancy is the Partial Birth or D & X abortion. Guided by ultrasound, the abortion provider dilates the cervix, grabs both legs with the forceps, pulls the legs into the birth canal (vagina), and delivers the entire body of the child, except for the head. The abortionist then forces scissors into the base of the skull and opens them to enlarge the hole. The scissors are removed and a suction catheter is inserted so that the child's brain tissue may be suctioned out. This eliminates the possibility that the child will be born alive. However, the child is no longer in the uterus, so this is not technically an abortion; it is infanticide.
  4. Medical Abortion used early in the pregnancy. It uses a regimen of pills taken over a period of days to first kill the developing embryo and then to cause the uterus to contract and expel the dead embryo. The mother is usually alone when she delivers her dead embryo.

Complications include severe bleeding. 

Unless the mother is anesthetized (put to sleep), it may be very painful.

Medical research has also shown that the young one feels pain. 

You may have heard people say abortion is safer than childbirth.

But, is that really true?


  1. The maternal mortality (death) rate AFTER abortion is 2.95 times HIGHER than the rate of mothers dying after childbirth [Amer Jrnl of Obstet Gyn 2004; 190:422 427], according to a 13 year population study.
  2. A second record-based study showed that women who had abortions were almost 2 times more likely to die in the two years after the abortion [So Med Jrnl, 8/2002].
  3. Maternal death rates used in comparison actually include all abortion-related deaths, the very data to which they are compared.
  4. Maternal mortality figures also include deaths from ectopic (tubal) pregnancies (which can result from scarring left by infection after an abortion).
  5. Maternal mortality figures typically include deaths from homicides, car accidents, physical abuse, and other causes not related to childbirth, during the entire nine months of pregnancy and up to one year after delivery.
  6. Numerous studies are showing statistical significance and cause-effect relationships between abortion and depression; suicide; breast cancer; premature delivery of future babies; inability to bond with, and neglect/abuse of, future children; sterility. 


  • It is not uncommon that women must go to the emergency room after an abortion because of hemorrhaging and/or infection caused by puncture of the uterus, or by pieces of the young one left in the uterus. Or, a low-grade infection may go undetected by the woman until, years later, she finds the infection scarred her Fallopian tubes and she is sterile (unable to ever have other children
  • New studies are indicating that there is a statistically significant connection between abortion and breast cancer, possibly due to the sudden interruption of undifferentiated tissue development in the breasts. For more information:abortionbreastcancer.com.
  • Post-abortion emotional effects (Post-Abortion Stress Syndrome) may include depression; repressed emotions (even total denial of having had an abortion); thwarted maternal instincts; intense feelings of guilt and/or grief; increased use of alcohol, drugs, or smoking; nightmares; thoughts/act of suicide.
  • Most importantly, abortion has permanent consequences. A life cut short which could have been fulfilled can be difficult for a woman to face for years to come. 


Don't act before you have all the facts about abortion!

If you or someone you love is considering abortion, understand the risks, and make an informed decision. 


After some consideration, if you still believe abortion is the solution for you, be sure to ask the abortion center or hospital personnel the following questions. You have the right to know!

  • Have people sued this abortion center because they have been injured by an abortion performed here?
  • Does this abortion center have malpractice insurance to protect me in case a problem arises?
  • Does this doctor have malpractice insurance? Is this doctor board certified?
  • Does the doctor have hospital privileges and will he see me at the hospital if problems should arise?
  • Does this facility have emergency resuscitation equipment should problems arise? Is the staff trained in the use of this equipment?
  • Can I be permanently damaged by an abortion? Explain the possible side effects to me. (You have the right to know.)
  • Were all the risks listed in this brochure mentioned by the abortion center counselor when I asked the above question? If not, why not?
  • Will I be asked to sign a paper releasing the doctor and the abortion center in case I suffer physical or emotional damage because of my abortion?
  • If abortion is so safe but I have physical problems, will the abortion center or the doctor pay the medical costs to repair the damage? Will they put that in the release form and sign it?
  • If I have problems and need help, will I get an answering machine or a real person when I call?
  • Will I be able to see the ultrasound of my developing child? State law requires that you be given this option. 


Are you willing to accept the fact that you may very likely suffer physical and/or emotional trauma from this procedure? If you are not sure, take more time to think about it.

Do not let anyone pressure you into a decision you are not ready to make. You have the right to choose life!

If you go to an abortion center for counseling regarding your pregnancy, please keep in mind that their business depends upon the number of abortions they perform. They are in business to SELL abortions. 


There are many public and private agencies willing and able to help you to carry your child to term, and to assist you and your child after your child is born, whether you choose to keep your child or place him or her for adoption…The law requires that your physician or his or her agent give you the opportunity to call agencies like these before you undergo an abortion 

Studies have demonstrated that women who adopt out their babies rather than abort them have better long-term psychological outcomes (less guilt, remorse and depression).

Many organizations offer practical support in the form of maternity/baby clothes, prenatal and baby care education, shelter, counseling, and financial help. Contact your local pregnancy center

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Pregnancy Tests: 

You can check yourself if you are pregnant using the available common Pregnancy Kits in the pharmacies. 

What you need to know is that Urine based pregnancy test will should that you are pregnant after 10-14 days using early morning urine specimen. 

Meanwhile Blood based pregnancy tests will show that you are pregnant as early as 3-4 days. 

The types of pregnancy kits available vary and depend on the manufacture and the way have been stored. Sometimes false results may occur due to poor storage or even expiry date. 

Gulf Health Council and Gulf Cooperation Council states are very strict on pregnancy because of their by-laws and legislations. 

For more information you contact your nearest pharmacist. Health care clinic, private Medical Doctor or you may contact us

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