Monday, January 22, 2007

A woman's right?

Why is it called a woman's right when only physicians are given the right to do it?

Which phrase would be better for business? A woman's right or a physician's right?

If it weren't a business matter why would abortion be illegal outside a physician's facility?

If it weren't called a woman's right would we look a little deeper?

2 comments:

babies_x_6 said...

Well said Gail! Keep up the good work; you're making a difference.
Love you,
Christy Conner

Amanda said...

I'm not sure if it's proper for me to ask this, but I'll give it a try. Is there way for me to get (or at least encourage!) my baby to drop? I'm just over 40 wks, and my doc. wants to induce at 42 wks, but he's concerned that I may need a c-sec. b/c I haven't dropped, yet. When my mom had me, I was six weeks late and never did drop (and as a result, Mom had a c/s). I've searched your main site, but haven't had much luck locating anything.

Thanks,
Amanda
alimoges@usd.edu

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