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Do you know enough about medical (chemical) abortion to have one?

Medical (chemical) abortion has roughly (4) four times the rate of adverse events than surgical abortion.

In the Mifegymiso (abortion pill) product Monograph, the sponsors Linepharma, offer the results of three studies for a total of only1,585 women to conclude that the Mifegymiso abortion procedure has a high success rate. However, a study conducted in Finland using the government-based medical system which tracks medical outcomes, using a total of 42,619 women with roughly half undergoing surgical abortion and half medical (chemical) abortion between 2000-2006, found the following. Medical (chemical) abortion had roughly (4) four times the rate of adverse events than surgical abortion. Additionally,

  • 20 out of every 100 women had a significant adverse event
  • 16 of every 100 women hemorrhaged excessively
  • 7 out of every 100 women had embryonic or fetal and other tissue left inside
  • 6 out of every 100 women needed surgical re-evacuation of the uterus

Adverse Events in the Canada Vigilance Reports 2016-2020 for Mifegymiso procedure (mifepristone – Misoprostol)

  • Blood iron decrease
  • Haemoglobin decrease
  • Vaginal Haemorrhage
  • Loss of Consciosness
  • Retained products of conceptionToxic Shock SyndromeAbortion Infected
  • Circulatory collapse
  • Escherichia sepsis – E coli bacteremia can lead to septic shock, manifesting as hypotension and fever (in some cases, with hypothermia rather than fever) 
  • Abortion incomplete
  • Drug eruption – (skin rash)
  • Abortion Induced
  • Sepsis – Is the body’s extreme response to an infection. It is a life-threatening medical emergency. Sepsis happens when an infection you already have —in your skin, lungs, urinary tract, or somewhere else—triggers a chain reaction throughout your body
  • Back pain
  • Pain in extremity
  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhoea
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Drug Interaction
  • Chills
  • Pyrexia (raised body temperature – fever)
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome –Toxic shock syndrome is a rare, life-threatening complication of certain types of bacterial infections
  • Mouth Ulceration
  • Induced abortion failed
  • Drug Ineffective
  • Muscle spasms
  • Vulvovaginal swelling
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Pallor
  • Hyperhidrosis – (hi-pur-hi-DROE-sis) is abnormally excessive sweating that’s not necessarily related to heat or exercise. You may sweat so much that it soaks through your clothes or drips off your hands. Besides disrupting normal daily activities, this type of heavy sweating can cause social anxiety and embarrassment
  • Abdominal Pain lower
  • HypomenorrhoeaHypomenorrhea or hypomenorrhoea, also known as short or scanty periods, is extremely light menstrual blood flow
  • Cardiac Flutter
  • Heart rate abnormal
  • Palpitations
  • Thrombosis
  • Uterine pain

Click on the images below to see adverse events reported to Health Canada

Misleading Information in the Consent Form?

If you are about to take the abortion pill, Mifegymiso, you will be given a consent form to sign. The consent form says;

I understand that MIFEGYMISO medical abortion is irreversible.”

 This is no true. We know that the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol works in almost 70% of cases.

Watch OBGYN Dr William Lile in the video below explaining the success rate of the Abortion Pill Reversal.

The consent form also states, I understand that once I start Mifegymiso, I have to complete both steps. Both Mifepristone and Misoprostol can cause birth defects.”

This is also untrue. A study first published in 2013, Continuation of pregnancy after first‐trimester exposure to mifepristone: an observational prospective study, found: “This first prospective study found that the rate of major malformations after first‐trimester exposure to mifepristone is only slightly higher than the expected 2–3% rate in the general population. Such findings provide reassuring data for risk evaluation for continuation of pregnancy after mifepristone exposure.” 

Ask yourself, does the consent form tell me the whole truth?

The Mifegymiso Patient Medication Information sheet asks: “What is Mifegymiso used for?”

Their answer is: “Mifegymiso is used for ending your pregnancy. This is called abortion. Mifegymiso is only used if your last period started 63 days ago.”

Sixty-three days is 9 weeks, so if you are 9 weeks pregnant then your child is 7 weeks old. Clearly, Mifegymiso is much more than just ending your pregnancy,” since the drug regimen is used to kill the pre-born child in the womb by starving him or her of oxygen and nutrition, and then expelling the child from the womb. Shouldn’t women have the right to be informed of the developmental stage of their baby before taking the abortion pill?

The Mifegymiso Information sheet also says: “Do not use Mifegymiso if, “you have or suspect an ectopic pregnancy.” (This is when the egg is implanted outside the womb).

Again, this is false information. An egg never implants inside or outside of the womb because it is just an egg.

The biological beginnings of every human being created after sexual intercourse is at fertilization – see the link below for amazing videos of human development inside the womb. Sadly, with ectopic pregnancy the tiny little human being implants in a fallopian tube and the situation becomes life-threatening for the mother and the child if not treated as soon as possible.

“Pregnancy begins at conception with the union of a man’s sperm and a woman’s egg to form a single-cell embryo.1 This brand new embryo contains the original copy of a new individual’s complete genetic code. Gender,2 eye color, and other traits are determined at conception, also known as fertilization. Most significant developmental milestones occur long before birth during the first eight weeks following conception when most body parts and all body systems appear and begin to function.”

Ask yourself, does the Patient Medication Information sheet inside the Mifegymiso Box – tell me the whole truth? 

Women should know that there is an important drug warning concerning the use of misoprostal (branded as Cytotec – Gymiso in Canada) in pregnant women for induction of labour or abortion, due to reports of serious adverse events? See warning here.

We recommend this scientifically accurate website featuring the developments stages of early development.

Source: The Virtual Human Embryo

The First Two Weeks

Shortly after a woman’s period begins, her body begins preparing for the possibility of pregnancy.

Approximately 2 weeks into her cycle, a woman releases an egg from one of her ovaries into her adjacent fallopian tube. Conception is now possible for the next 24 hours or so 8 and signifies the beginning of pregnancy.9

The single-cell embryo has a diameter of approximately 4 thousandths of an inch.10

2 to 4 Weeks

The cells of the embryo repeatedly divide as the embryo moves through the Fallopian tube into the woman’s uterus or womb. Implantation, the process whereby the embryo embeds itself into the wall of the womb, begins by the end of the third week and is completed during the fourth week of pregnancy.11

The 4-week embryo is less than 1/100th of an inch long.

4 to 6 Weeks

By 5 weeks, development of the brain, spinal cord,12 and heart13 is well underway.

The heart begins beating at 5 weeks and one day14 and is visible by ultrasound almost immediately.15

By 6 weeks, the heart is pumping the embryo’s own blood to his or her brain and body.16 All four chambers of the heart are present17 and more than 1 million heartbeats have occurred.18 The head, as well as the chest and abdominal cavities have formed19 and the beginnings of the arms and legs are easily seen.20

The 6-week embryo measures less than ¼ of an inch long from head to rump.

6 to 8 Weeks

Rapid brain development continues with the appearance of the cerebral hemispheres at 6½ weeks.21

The embryo reflexively turns away in response to light touch on the face at 7½ weeks.22

Fingers are beginning to form on the hand.23

By 8 weeks the developing human measures about a ½ inch from head to rump. “

Source

Believe or not, elective induced abortions have no proven health benefits for women, short term (under 5 years) or long term, but many demonstrated health detriments, including raised risks of:  breast cancer, premature born babies in subsequent pregnancies, suicide and substance abuse].

If you examine your signed Induced Abortion (IA) consent form, it is very unlikely that any of those four raised risks are listed on it, nor many additional serious raised IA risks. i.e.. your legal right to informed medical consent has been violated. The Top-Sue website will inform you about adverse risks imparted by elective abortions and some legal ‘angles’ that may well improve your odds of success in a medical malpractice law suit BEFORE an HONEST and probing court.