Access to Chemical Abortion Pill Will Be the New Battleground


This is why the work of the pro-life movement is still not finished. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra claims that he can still find ways to allow this federal agency to help with abortions. Then there is Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D, Mass.). AOC, AOC, and other elected Democrat “leaders”, floated the idea of using federal lands for abortion tents. As the nation moves through a post-Roe environment, the unhinged desperation displayed by the abortion lobby grows more apparent.

They have the best chance to keep the death merchants and their unholy Sacraments alive by using the abortion pill. Allies of abortion shared information on how to get these pills, and how they can also be used without the need for medical assistance.

This route is dangerous and can cause serious injuries.

From The Hill:

After a spike in demand after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, several major pharmacies have imposed purchase limits on emergency contraception (also known as “morning pills”) due to high demand.

CVS and Rite Aid both confirmed that three customers are allowed to purchase from Rite Aid on Tuesday morning. Plan B One-Step and Aftera are brand-name products that contain the drug Levonorgestrel. CVS stated to NBC that it has a large supply of the drugs, but that the company wants “equitable access” as well as a consistent supply.

I believe these corporate pharmacies and drug producers are doing all they can to avoid any liability.

Good luck!

These pills can be used to induce abortions. However, they should not be taken without medical supervision. These pills should not be used like Tic-Tacs.

Doctors and pharmacists advise that emergency contraception not be used frequently. Plan B and similar brands can cause ovulation if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sexual activities.

Heartbeat International estimates that almost half of all abortions in America take place via the abortion pill. Roe v. Wade has been overturned. Individual states will now decide if abortion is legal and whether access is permitted. This could result in an increase in abortions.

This is why Heartbeat International, Live Action, and other pro-life organizations now have crisis connection centers, hotlines, and websites for women who regret starting the abortion pill process and wish to reverse it. This is a wise strategy on their part.

We believe that women should never feel pressured to end an abortion she regrets. The Abortion Pill Reversal Network is a network that connects women who have received the Abortion Pill’s first dose to medical professionals who can help them.

The abortion pill is available in two parts. It can be used up to 10 weeks after conception. Mifepristone, also known as RU-486, is the first part of a chemical abortion. It blocks progesterone’s effects, which is a vital hormone for pregnancy growth. Misoprostol is the second chemical that expels the baby. The Abortion Pill Rescue Network may save a pregnancy if a woman regrets taking the first pill.

The National Right to Life Committee also presented model legislation that states can use to restrict the distribution of these abortion pills via telemedicine or the internet. South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem discussed these types of restrictions on Sunday’s CBS Face The Nation.

As the Dobbs decision is reaffirmed, it seems that abortion pills are the next battleground.

Abortion Pill Rescue Network – Rebekah Hagan’s Story from Heartbeat International on Vimeo.


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