We are well aware that the abortion pill has been on the rise for a number of years, but in 2020 the scales tipped signifying that RU-486 was the big dog in the pen. Now with even easier access to the abortion pill through mail order and local pharmacy chains, more and more women will unknowingly be opening themselves up to physical and mental damage.
Marketed as “The Easy Abortion”, “Self-Managed Abortion” and the “Missed Period Pill” thousands of women are swallowing this tablet of death and are shocked at the toll it’s taking on both their bodies and their minds. They have been given the right to exercise their choice but don’t they also have a right to know the facts as part of their decision making?
Remember the old Tom Hanks movie “The Money Pit”? He and Shelly Long purchase their dream house only to find out that everything has been held together by toothpicks and tape. The house begins to fall apart, their relationship erodes and soon their lives are in an utter shambles. It’s the same with abortion pills. Women feel they will simply swallow a couple of tablets and then poof, life will go back to the way it was before the pregnancy and all will be right with the world. Some even feel that this intentional taking of a child’s life will somehow be a new beginning to a better more freedom filled future. But just like in the movie, what looked shiny and full of possibilities, often comes crashing down on them, leaving their lives in a shambles.
While we don’t have the ability to immediately remove their choice, we do have the ability to speak life over them and to provide the education they really need. We can answer the questions they don’t even know they need to ask.
Here is what women want and need to know about the abortion pill:
How it Works
How Much it Costs
Parameters for Use
Who Shouldn’t Take It
What They will Experience
Physical & Emotional Side Effects
When to Seek Emergency Help
Abortion Pill Reversal
A quick 5-10 minute presentation is invaluable to woman who is determined to move forward with abortion. Whether she is immediately aware or not, she has concerns. Who wouldn’t? We don’t need to argue the abortion point with them or tell them what they’ve been led to believe is false. We don’t have to resort to what the other side calls “scare tactics”. All we have to do is provide unbiased, medically accurate information in a concise manner and the truth will do the work for us.