Medical Vs Surgical Abortions (Personal Stories) Part 3



This video, and any others that will feature in the personal section of this channel, are meant to offer guidance and support for others who have gone through similar experiences. I am using this platform to speak about something that doesn’t get spoken about enough: opening up a dialogue to educate others on an experience that I would never wish upon another human being.

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8 thoughts on “Medical Vs Surgical Abortions (Personal Stories) Part 3”

  1. After watching part 2, I feel so incredibly sad for you. I know you don't want that but I can't help it. I feel like you made that choice more because of your unsupportive partner than because of yourself. He should have been there for you through it all. I know it's not my place to judge but I'm still judging him. I wish you the best and that you don't suffer immensely because of this.

  2. I think if you have a choice the best option is the abortion pill but that is only viable until a certain point so if you are too far along you can't do the pill and have to get the more invasive unpleasant procedure (it is to me anyway). I got mine like a week after 1 month so I was able to use the pill. Unfortunately a lot of women don't know that early or don't have the funds as soon as they test positive so they have to wait longer to the point that the pill is not a option. For me its just less stressful, less invasive.

  3. I wish I had gone the twilight sedation route and surgical, but since I was early on they suggested medical as it was less invasive. I ended up alone at home all weekend waiting for my body to expel the tissue, I wouldn't wish this process on anyone and would be the first to step in and support a friend or family member who found themselves in this position. So much love to you for bringing this topic into the light

  4. Jen – I keep trying to think of what to type every time I watch each part. All I can say is I am so deeply sorry you're having to go through all this – when all is said and done, it's just such a crap thing to have to deal with on all human levels.

    I was going to ask the question as to whether you feel the relationship with your fella can continue in the same way? Not judging him….I'm sure he has his own reasons for not wanting another child and it's not his 'fault' any more than it's yours…but I wonder how that might go, going forward. I didn't 'ask' it though because no doubt the answer is who the hells knows (!)….and I doubt you much feel like thinking about it.

    Sending you good energy…healing energy to help you heal on all levels. x

  5. It's crazy how different things can be done across the country. I'm from Liverpool and if people had to have an abortion it isn't done privately in a separate clinic from a hospital like you say. but I think that might be because we have The Women's Hospital which has absolutely everything a woman can go through in. My boyfriend's mum works there (not specifically in the abortion clinic) but in the hospital!

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