Women describe seeing preborn child after taking abortion pills at home

Natalie cried recounting seeing her aborted baby after taking abortion pill at home - LiveAction

 By Carole Novielli - Posted at LiveAction:

Real-life accounts from women who experienced abortion at home after taking the abortion pill regimen range from disturbing to horrifying. Some report that the “fetus was floating in the water,” or the baby was aborted into the toilet, or was held in “my hands,” or was “flushed.” Tragically, in addition to seeing their dead baby, several say they experienced a great deal of emotional and physical pain during the process, including nightmares, post-traumatic stress, and grief.

Live Action News previously uncovered how the abortion industry was beginning to prepare women that they might see identifiable fetal parts after submitting to a chemical abortion (the abortion pill). And now that the industry has offloaded the abortion process to women who must deal with it alone, women are seeing their children.

Christina claimed that taking the abortion pill “felt like HELL!” and “was worse than labor with my son.” She added:
Within two hours of taking the second set of pills I had the baby in the toilet. When I turned around there it was in the sack and everything. I broke open the sack and held the helpless little baby in my hand. I cried and felt like I had just murdered someone so innocent.
She said she is having nightmares “all the time.”

Elizabeth G recounted her experience in a federal lawsuit filed by Whole Woman’s Health Alliance (WWHA), an abortion clinic chain. It stated that after taking the second drug in the abortion pill regimen, Elizabeth began to bleed heavily.

“There was so much pain and blood I thought I might die,” she said. Finally, she passed the gestational sac:
It was transparent yellow, about the size and shape of a tennis ball. When I picked it up, I could see the baby inside. He looked like a little gummy bear. I sat and held him and cried. Then I flushed my baby down the toilet.
She later suffered from anorexia, abusive relationships, and post-traumatic stress disorder, which a counselor traced directly to her abortion, according to the court document.