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Contraception & Chemical Abortions

While it may seem that contraception is the logical solution to abortion, pregnancy rates are actually higher for women who are on birth control. Read more about this here.

Another major problem is that, contrary to popular belief, many forms of contraception are abortifacients. There are two important steps in the very beginning of pregnancy, fertilization and implantation. When a woman’s egg is fertilized, a human life has been created. Then within a few days, the newly created life must travel to the womb and attach itself there (to be implanted). Anything which prevents fertilization can be accurately described as a contraception. If it does not prevent fertilization, then the only thing that can stop the process is death.

The manufacturers of birth control pills, patches, injections, etc. say that their products are intended to prevent fertilization, but admit that when this fails the drugs can also prevent implantation. Meaning they didn’t prevent the pregnancy from occurring, they prevented it from continuing. That is Abortion. Also, many intra uterine devices, also known as IUDs, do not prevent pregnancies from occurring. IUDs are designed to prevent implantation and create an environment in the womb that terminates the pregnancy.

In a pathetic attempt to cover up the fact that morning-after pills, emergency contraceptives and most birth control pills are actually early-term abortions, the abortion lobby has tried to redefine pregnancy. On one hand, they will concede that these drugs do indeed act after fertilization; however, they argue that since these chemicals are designed to work before implantation, the woman is not really pregnant and, therefore, there can be no termination of pregnancy. In other words, according to their line of reasoning, it is not technically possible for these drugs to constitute an abortion. This is a great example of the abortion industry’s way of misleading the general public. The biological fact is that a new human life is created at the moment of fertilization and that does not change whether implantation occurs instantly, five minutes later, two days later or never.

It is also important to note, that research indicates that birth control is linked to various cancers and cardio-vascular problems. Below, is an interview on LifeTalk with Doctors Angela Lanfranchi and Joel Brind of the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute about the dangers of birth control.

In addition, recent studies have found that the large percentage of women using birth control worldwide is beginning to have environmental impacts. In the clip below, the hosts of Life Talk discuss how birth control is causing some species of fish to become infertile and die out.

Plan B (a.k.a. Morning After Pill)

1uSklaGG-HdUYby3qZyz_MaP34iqelNoLwa2q5ncj1EPlan B is an emergency contraceptive that is taken within 72 hours of sex, that prevents implantation of the embryo. The active ingredient Levonorgestrel, is common among birth control pills, but is found in much lower doses than compared to the “morning after pill.” In 2006, the FDA approved the drug to be sold over the counter to those, including men, over the age of 18. Those younger than 18 would have to obtain a prescription from a doctor before being able to purchase the abortifacient. The FDA stated that the reason for this decision was that proponents did not demonstrate that Plan B could be used safely by young adolescent women for emergency contraception without the professional supervision of a licensed practitioner.” 1 However, in 2013, the FDA amended this and approved the drug to be sold to anyone over the counter, regardless of their age.

Because of the ease of availability of Plan B, it has become a best friend to both pro-choice males and pedophiles. Since this drug has been available over the counter without a prescription, reports of men slipping the drug into their girlfriend’s or wife’s food and drinks have surfaced. Read about these cases here.

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Additionally, the ease of availability for men and young girls to purchase this dangerous drug allows pedophiles to conceal illegal sexual relationships with minors from the child’s friends and family, as well as the authorities. To learn more about this epidemic, visit www.childpredator.com.

RU-486 and Other Chemical Abortions

RU-486 has a dark and interesting history. The pill was developed in 1980 by the pharmaceutical company, Roussel Uclaf, who is a subsidiary of Hoechst AG. Hoechst AG made its niche, and a fortune, producing the deadly Zyklon-B gas for the Nazi concentration camps under the name IG Farben. Because IG Farben’s name became virtually synonymous with the Holocaust and unethical medical experimentations, this company changed their name after the war. (For more about the pro-choice movement’s connection to the eugenics movement and the Nazis, visit: klannedparenthood.com)

RU486 is commonly known by its generic names, mifepristone, Mifegyne ( in Europe), Mifeprex (United States) and did not get approved for use in America by the FDA until September of 2000.2 However, it is only supposed to be available to women who are no more than 49 days pregnant, directly from a licensed physician, and not through pharmacies or via internet distribution. Women prescribed this are also required to sign a form indicating they are aware of the risks associated with RU486 and agree to return for two additional visits (on day 3 for follow up medications and day 14 to determine if the abortion has taken place). RU-486 is a very dangerous drug with many risks and complications attached to it.

RU-486 interferes with the delivery of progesterone, a hormone that is crucial for the child to develop. Without the delivery of progesterone the uterus continues the regular monthly menstrual cycle, which starves the child of nutrients, dislodges the child from the uterine wall, and expels the child along with the uterine lining. Alone, RU486 is usually not able to induce an abortion. Two days after receiving the RU-486, most women are given a prostaglandin, also known as misoprostol or Cytotec, to induce contractions strong enough to expel the baby.

But, Cytotec is an anti-ulcer medication that the manufacturer warns against using for abortions. “Searle regards the administration of misoprostol, either alone or in combination with other drugs to interfere with the course of pregnancy, as misuse of the product… We strongly condemn misuse of the product.” 3 RG Searle has even gone so far as to print warnings that women who use Cytotec may experience: frequent contractions that can last a long time, “…uterine rupture (requiring surgical repair, hysterectomy [surgical removal of the uterus], and/or salpingo-oophorectomy [surgical removal of a fallopian tube and an ovary])… Pelvic pain, retained placenta, severe genital bleeding, shock… and fetal and maternal death have been reported….There may be an increased risk of… uterine rupture … with the use of higher doses of Cytotec; including the manufactured 100 mcg tablet. The risk of uterine rupture increases with advancing gestational ages…” 4

Side effects for RU-486 can include: abdominal pain (cramping), nausea, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, fatigue, back pain, uterine hemorrhage (heavy bleeding), fever, viral infections, vaginitis, and rigors (chills/shaking). 5 Danco Laboratories, the manufacturer of RU-486 in the U.S., provides a warning to health care providers who prescribe the drug: “Providers offering Mifeprex, should be aware that , as with other types of abortions, cases of serious bacterial infection, including very rare cases of fatal septic shock, have been reported following the use of Mifeprex.” 6

What those in the abortion industry have said about RU-486:

Of course, like any drug, complications increase when a drug is not taken as directed by the manufacturer or your doctor, especially if the FDA has not approved it for such usage. Since RU-486 abortions have been approved for use in clinics across the country, the abortion industry has ignored FDA and manufacturer warnings regarding RU-486 and Cytotec, including prescribing variations from the recommended dosages, failure to use ultrasounds to determine fetal age, prescribing it to women who are too advanced in their pregnancies, failure to schedule follow-ups, sending the patient home with one or both drugs to take later rather than administered in the clinic.

Perhaps one of the most dangerous applications of the RU-486 and Prostaglandin combination are Telemed Abortions. The end goal of the abortion industry was to have a network of sites that would allow women to receive the pill via video phone calls from doctors across the country. Learn more about the Telemed Abortion Plan that was created by Planned Parenthood in this clip of Lifetalk:

  1. Post Independent, Planned Parenthood to distribute free emergency contraception: 6-29-2006 http://www.postindependent.com/article/20060629/VALLEYNEWS/106290029
  2. “FDA approval letter for Mifepristone”. FDA. September 28, 2000. Archived from the original on 2006-08-29.
  3. Letter to the Editor, signed W. Wilson Downie, International Medical Operations, G.D. Searle, The Lancet, vol. 338:247 (July 27, 1991).
  4. “Full Revised Label – Cytotec”. R.G. Searle. April 17, 2002. http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2002/19268slr037.pdf
  5. “FDA Mifeprex Medication Guide”. FDA. http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm088643.pdf
  6. “Health Care Provider warning”. Danco Laboratories. July 19, 2005

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