In another emotional video in Live Action’s “I Saw My Baby” series, Salome describes coming to the realization that she had killed her child after taking the abortion pill.
“After taking the abortion pill, I felt like my inside was being torn and sliced to pieces. I had blood all over my legs and went into the tub to wash them,” she explained. “Right before the fetus came out I started vomiting everything that I had in my system that morning. And then I bled more and I hurt more. And I started praying curled up in the blood in the tub, for the first time in years. I don’t even remember the last time I prayed before this happened.”
“After hours of hurting, I finally felt a huge physical relief and the pain was immediately gone. I managed to get up, and when I turned around, I saw the most heartbreaking thing that I’ve seen in my entire life — I saw my child. It was at that moment that it sunk in properly that I really had been pregnant. I had been carrying the life that I created inside of me until that very moment.”
She continued, “I felt like part of me died. I felt angry, I felt guilty. I felt like my world was coming to an end and that I was the most terrible person on this earth.
The abortion pill procedure involves two drugs — mifepristone, which starves the developing baby of nutrients, and misoprostol, which stimulates labor contractions to expel the child. The entire process is explained by former abortionist, Dr. Noreen Johnson, in the following video:
Salome’s experience of abortion regret is far from unique. With the rise in abortion pill procedures, many women are faced with delivering their dead children alone, at home. These women are increasingly speaking out about the trauma involved with seeing their aborted children.
“I couldn’t believe what I was looking at,” Salome concludes. “It was the most beautiful thing that I’d ever created and I destroyed it.”
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