Late-Term Abortion in New Mexico has proven to be dangersome and unsafe for the women that travel from all across the country to obtain these risky procedures. Below is a consent form from the nation's largest late-term abortion clinic, located in Albuquerque New Mexico, which clearly states that abortion after 18 weeks of pregnancy involves "greater risks" than carrying the pregnancy to term.
There are 2 different Late-Term Abortion procedures. One is called D&E (Dilation & Evacuation). D&E is a procedure where a fetus is dismembered limb by limb and his/her head is crushed in order to remove it from the vaginal canal. This procedure is described by Dr. Levatino in front of the US Congress which you can watch HERE
The other procedure used during a late-term abortion is performed by using the M.O.L.D. technique. The M.O.L.D. technique includes a series of medications and an injection into the fetus' brain or heart to induce a fetal heart-attack. This procedure is described in the videos below.
Profits from Pain: Inside New Mexico's Late-Term Abortion Industry
New Mexico Taxpayers are left to foot the bill for ELECTIVE Late-term abortion procedures that can cost anywhere from $8,000 to upwards of $16,000. New Mexico Medicaid will cover any abortion for any reason for women that qualify for medicaid.
"Room Service" Late-Term Abortion
Women are instructed to deliver their dead fetus in to a TOILET alone in their HOTEL ROOM.
Late-term abortion is DANGEROUS for women.
"...if you're feeling pressure [...] --um, the pregnancy coming out -- then you'll want to unlock your door to the hotel room, get your cell phone out, and just sit on the toilet. [...] You don't gotta to look down."
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