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To me abortion was never a choice but i do feel that abortion is murder and that adoption is always the best choice if you feel you can't give your child the life they should have does not mean you should murder
them. A lot of people can not have children and therefore would rather raise yours, take a minute to think about how a person you can't have children would feel about you murdering one.
There are many ways of abortion and all information is listed below.
Suction Aspiration Abortion - first 12 weeks of pregnancy
This is the most frequently used method of abortion, accounting for about 90% of abortions. It is done in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. The mother is given a general or local anesthetic. The cervical muscle (womb opening) is stretched open. A hollow plastic tube with a knife-like edge on the tip is inserted into the womb. The suction machine (about 30 times more powerful than a household vacuum cleaner) is then turned on and begins to suck out the contents of the womb. Because the baby's bones have not hardened yet, pieces of the
body are sucked into the jar. The placenta (afterbirth) is then scraped from the walls of the womb and sucked out as well, thus completing the abortion procedure. This is sometimes called a menstrual extraction abortion if done in the very early weeks of pregnancy.

Dilation and Curettage (D&C) Abortion - first 12 weeks of pregnancy
This is similar to the suction abortion except a loop-shaped knife (curette) is used instead of the suction tube. The baby and placenta are cut into pieces and scraped out into a basin.

RU486 and Methotrexate - 5 to 9 weeks of pregnancy
These are abortion drugs taken orally by the mother. When taken with another drug called prostaglandin, they are 90 to 95% effective in causing an abortion. RU486 works by preventing nutrients from reaching the baby through the placenta, thus causing starvation within a few days. Methotrexate works within the same time frame but directly poisons the baby, causing his or her death. The prostaglandin drug is used to cause hard labor, thus dispelling the shriveled body of the dead baby.
Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) Abortion - first 18 weeks of pregnancy
Similar to the D&C, the dilation and evacuation procedure is used later in pregnancy after the baby's bones have hardened. A pliers-like instrument with knife edged teeth is inserted into the womb and a piece of the body is seized, twisted off, and removed. This procedure
is repeated removing feet, hands, arms, etc., until the baby is entirely dismembered. If the head is large, it is crushed prior to removal. The placenta is also cut away and removed. The body parts are then reassembled to be sure nothing is left in the womb to cause infection.

Salt Poisoning Abortion (saline amniocentesis) - after four months of pregnancy
Although used infrequently now due to danger to the mother, salt poisoning was once the most common method used for late abortions. A large needle is inserted through the mother's abdomen and into the womb. A concentrated salt solution is injected into the amniotic fluid surrounding the baby. The baby breathes and swallows the salt solution, is slowly poisoned
as it burns away the outer layers of the skin, and dies. The mother then goes into labor and expels the baby within 24 to 48 hours.

Prostaglandin Abortion - four to six months of pregnancy
The drug prostaglandin was previously used in the later months of pregnancy to cause a violent premature labor of a baby too young to survive. However, it was dangerous to the mother and sometimes resulted in the "complication" of delivering a live premature baby. Because of these problems this method has mostly been replaced by the D&E method which is guaranteed to result in the death of the baby. Prostaglandin is now used primarily in combination with RU486 and methotrexate.

Hysterotomy Abortion - four to nine months of pregnancy A hysterotomy abortion is similar to a Cesarean section live birth, except the desired result is different. With a C-section, the intent is to deliver a live baby, preventing
danger to the mother and baby in a difficult birth. With a hysterotomy, the intent is to deliver a dead baby. However, because the baby is alive at the time of the procedure, there was a constant complication of having this abortion procedure deliver a live baby, which
then had to expire by some other means. The baby was often smothered or drowned in a bucket of water. However, these practices are now prohibited by a court decision. Consequently, hysterotomy abortions have mostly been replaced by the newer method of partial birth (brain suction) abortion, which cannot possibly result in a surviving baby.

Partial Birth (brain suction) Abortion - four to nine months of pregnancy
Most partial birth abortions are performed in the fifth and sixth months of pregnancy. After dilating the cervical muscle over a two-day period, the abortionist reaches into the womb and grasps the legs of the baby. Similar to breech delivery (feet first) of a wanted child, the baby is pulled entirely out of the birth canal, with the exception of the head. Since the baby is clearly alive and moving, while the head remains inside, a scissors is
jammed into the base of the skull, and the blades are separated. A tube is then inserted, and the brain is sucked out. The now dead infant is pulled the rest of the way out, and the abortion is complete.