Abort73.com > Feedback > Abortion Stories > November 14, 2015

#abortionstories @abort73

I felt empty and imcomplete after the procedure. I would do anything to have my baby back...

Abortion Story: Rockville, MD

Submitted to Abort73 by a 20-year-old woman on November 14, 2015.

>

I went in for a medical abortion by but was exactly 9 weeks—so they told me a surgical procedure would ensure that the abortion took place, since the pill is less effective the longer you wait. I was so angry. I hated the idea of laying on a cold table staring at the ceiling while they strapped me down and put me to sleep. I just wanted to go straight home and not have to be traumatized any further. I never wanted to abort, but I was young and financially incapable of handling the responsibility of a child. I was led to the surgical room and everything happened exactly as I imagined it. I went limp and tried to zone out as much as I could, hoping I would be dead before it was over. I wanted to die with my baby and apologized silently for my selfishness. I woke up in a big recliner, next to another girl who was tearing up. As soon as my eyes opened, the reality of it all hit me like a brick, and I couldn't control my emotions. I cried and balled, missing the roundness and fullness I felt in my belly. I felt empty and imcomplete after the procedure. I would do anything to have my baby back. From that day, I promised myself to never consider abortion again.

Age: 20
Location: Rockville, MD
Date: November 14, 2015

Get Help

If you’re pregnant and contemplating abortion, what a mercy that you’ve found this website! Abortion is not the answer—no matter what anyone is telling you.

Click here to find local help.

Click here for hundreds of real-life abortion stories.

Click here if you've already had an abortion.

Get Involved

Abortion persists because of ignorance, apathy and confusion. Abort73 is working to change that; you can help! Get started below:

Birth Dates for All!

Social Media Graphics:

Post them online to introduce your friends, fans or followers to Abort73.com.

Regret Dies Hard

Abort73 Shirts:

Be a walking billboard for Abort73.com.

Would it Bother Us More if They Used Guns?

Abort73 Promo Cards:

Stash some in your wallet or purse and be ready to hand them out or strategically leave them behind.

Love the Least (A Lot)

Support Abort73

Abort73 is part of Loxafamosity Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. We are almost entirely supported by private donations—all of which are tax-deductibe. Click here to make a contribution.

Giving Assistant is another way to raise money for Abort73 at thousands of online retailers. Use this link to get started.