I remember crying out as I felt my baby leave my womb
My abortion was a decision made purely by not knowing the facts and effects
of abortion. It seemed like the convenient thing to do. Myself, my mother and my
grandmother were involved.
Were you given adequate information and counseling prior to the
At first it seemed to be just like a doctor visit. And I really felt nothing
until the abortion was almost complete. The relaxation of the medicine they gave
me kept me still, but I remember crying out as I felt my baby leave my womb.
I went into a grieving process and because of the loss, became pregnant
again. It effected my grandmother the most because she went with me and saw the
effects on me.
First, I asked the Lord God to forgive me, and rebuild the part of myself
that was gone. And He truly is the only help I could seek. And, yes, He has done
all I asked Him to do.
It has made me more aware of the sin that is around me and how convenience
seems to be taking charge. And I appreciate my children more.