Abortuaries still ill-prepared to handle complications

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

emergency room entranceA common post-abortion medical emergency that abortion mills are not equipped to handle was recently recorded at an abortion clinic owned by a Baptist minister.

Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue reports that an ambulance was called to Southwest Women's Surgery Center in Dallas because a 30-year-old woman was suffering excessive bleeding that could not be controlled.

"We did get a computer-aided dispatch report that indicated that in addition to the excessive bleeding, the woman also suffered fever, cough, or shortness of breath," relays Sullenger. "So we think she was in pretty rough shape."

The woman was transported to a Dallas hospital for further treatment and to stop the bleeding – medical attention she could not get at the abortion clinic.

Sullenger, Cheryl"When they have a common complication like excessive bleeding or hemorrhaging, which happens -- I would say as far as complication goes, it's one of the most common complications -- they cannot treat that themselves," the pro-lifer points out. "They always have to call 911, or they have to send the woman to the hospital in some way so that she can get the care that she needs."

That means another layer of risk for women seeking a surgical abortion.

The Dallas abortuary in this case is owned by 83-year-old Curtis Boyd, an ordained Baptist minister who attends a Unitarian Universalist church and owns an abortion clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico -- a state that legally permits abortions through all nine months of pregnancy.


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