As lies about pregnancy centers and abortion circulate the media, it is important to know the truth about our non profit medical clinic and the services we provide. As one of CPCI’s three medical directors, Dr. Liebert shares her responses to the most common myths about pregnancy resource centers below.
Do restrictions on abortion limit doctors’ ability to care for women with miscarriages or ectopic pregnancies?
No. Keeping in mind that the definition of elective abortion is “the intentional killing of an innocent human being,” miscarriages are ectopic pregnancies are rather the sad outcome of early pregnancy loss.
Are pregnancy resource clinics really clinics?
Yes. Community Pregnancy Clinic is a medical organization offering pregnancy testing, ultrasound, STI testing, Abortion Pill Rescue, and more. CPCI adheres to all the federal and state regulations and is overseen by board-certified Ob-Gyn’s, as well as nurses and ultrasound technologists.
Is Mifepristone (the abortion pill) safe for women?
No. The serious physical risks of chemical abortion include incomplete abortion, hemorrhaging, infection, sepsis, anaphylaxis, and maternal death, as well as psychological trauma.
Is Abortion Pill Rescue (APR) based on science?
Yes. The abortion pill, mifepristone, blocks progesterone and stops blood flow to the baby, killing him or her. The antidote is natural progesterone, which has been used for over 40 years to help women prone to miscarriages. In the Unites States, there have been over 4,000 lives saved from abortion by administering progesterone.
Is maternal mortality increased by restricting abortion?
No. In the United States, there are no national or state requirements to report abortion complications; reporting is voluntary.
In international linkage studies, there are significantly increased maternal deaths related to abortion, compared
with childbirth. In Finland, where it is required to report abortion related deaths, a 14 year study found maternal
deaths after induced abortions were 3 times higher than deaths related to childbirth. There are 7 times greater mental health deaths (suicide) after abortion, compared with after delivering a child.
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