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Women turn to black market for ‘dangerous’ abortion pills, says pro-life organization

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Women turn to the internet to search for ‘dangerous’ information abortion pills, a pro-life organization told FOX News Digital.

“PreBorn!”, whose mission is to “save babies and souls,” said many women are turning to telehealth and the black market to get abortion medications without the medical supervision of their doctors.

“More than half of the abortions in America, at least 54 percent, are chemical abortions, performed over the Internet,” Dan Steiner told FOX News. “Much of this is done through illegal abortion sites and this… exposes women to the Wild West of do-it-yourself abortion. It is a major abdominal surgery that can be carried out under the supervision of a doctor and because this is not the case… there is no physical examination allowing the woman to know how the pregnancy is progressing.

Executive director Roxy Lamorgese and Steiner said that when a woman has an abortion at home, she experiences “trauma” after being “forced to dispose of her own baby.”

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“The abortion clinic of today and tomorrow is your neighbor’s teenage daughter’s bathroom,” said the organization’s founder, sharing the story of a young woman who turned to an illegal overseas abortion website.

“When her parents left, she took the chemical hanger and (after) hours of bloody trauma, … delivered her baby, dead on her bathroom floor,” he shared. “…What is she going to do with it? Is she going to flush it? Is she going to put it in a trash can? That’s what the women face. Before chemical abortions were so prolific, a woman would have a “A surgical abortion. She wouldn’t see the baby. She would know what she had done and she would feel immense sorrow. Today, this grief is greatly exacerbated. She is forced to get rid of her own baby. ”

Lamorgese said women do not have an “informed choice” about the actual effects of the abortion pill on their bodies.

“An informed choice of what you need before undergoing a medical procedure,” she explained. “She’s only informed when you have all your information, and she’s currently being bypassed because she can access abortion elsewhere, such as on her own, on the internet and on the black market and that’s dangerous. ”

Abortion pills also “enable” sexual predators to impregnate women and easily turn to abortion, Steiner said.

“Pre-born!” helps couples facing crisis pregnancies providing ultrasounds, baby supplies, parenting classes, trade classes and financial assistance.

“It’s about truth, love, compassion and action,” Lamorgese told FOX News Digital. “We really want them to know that they are loved, that they have people there to support them, and that they can be empowered to make better choices and have a sustainable future.”

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Steiner reminded women experiencing pregnancy crises that they are “not alone” and encouraged women suffering from post-abortion regret to seek help to heal.

“We are engaged in the battle of the ages and a battle for the soul of our nation,” he said. “Even though we may suffer an occasional loss here and there, God is not done with America and God is not done with this issue. Right will prevail, as long as we take a clear and firm stand about what is right by voting for pro-life legislation, pro-life legislators and (support) organizations that can help care for women on a practical, hour-by-hour basis by responding to their needs. Hope is alive and God is not done with America yet. ”

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