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Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion

 
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Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
The Irish Government has come under heightened pressure to reform complex abortion laws after the death of a pregnant Indian woman who suffered a miscarriage.

Twenty years since a separate controversial abortion case split the country and two years since European judges called for clear direction on when a termination is legal, the death of Savita Halappanavar in Galway University Hospital has sparked a backlash.

Mrs Halappanavar, a 31-year-old dentist, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died on October 28 after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.

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11/24/2012 08:35 PM
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
"This is a Catholic country." AND MOTHERS MUST DIE TO SAVE THE BABY...............

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.AND LEFT SIT IN BED FOR FOUR DAYS TO DIE...

You see a doctor made a choice of total negelect here,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.

Imagine being in labour pain with a miscarriage FOR FOUR DAYS,because the doctor waited until the baby died,
He took a scan everyday of the heart beat of a baby that would not surive anyway.Then he induced her, now she was completly poisoned.

SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCED ON THE DAY.

,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.


THAT TRUTH OF IRELAND NOW.

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE.
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11/24/2012 09:10 PM
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It is just being hyped for propaganda. She did not die because of the law rather the doctor's bad choice. Doctors terminate pregnancies all the time to save the life of the mother. No new laws are needed for this.
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
It is just being hyped for propaganda. She did not die because of the law rather the doctor's bad choice. Doctors terminate pregnancies all the time to save the life of the mother. No new laws are needed for this.
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She died because of the law. the doctor couldn't terminate until the baby died.


Imagine being in labour pain with a miscarriage FOR FOUR DAYS,because the doctor waited until the baby died,
He took a scan everyday of the heart beat of a baby that would not surive anyway.Then he induced her, now she was completly poisoned.

SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCED ON THE DAY.

,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.


THAT TRUTH OF IRELAND NOW.

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE.
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11/24/2012 09:57 PM
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What the mainstream media will not tell you is that she refused to be treated with antibiotics for an underlying problem. More to this story than meets the eye.
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11/24/2012 10:15 PM
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Sad......but the 300 million children killed worldwide since 1980 is a holocaust.


That's like 50 Hitlers.......each one killing 6 million.
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What the mainstream media will not tell you is that she refused to be treated with antibiotics for an underlying problem. More to this story than meets the eye.
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No she never refused antibiotics

She just want to be induced.

Imagine being in labour pain with a miscarriage FOR FOUR DAYS,because the doctor waited until the baby died,
He took a scan everyday of the heart beat of a baby that would not surive anyway.Then he induced her, now she was completly poisoned.

SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCED ON THE DAY.

,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.
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Are you going to post this 100 times?

She forced a miscarriage on herself and died as a result. Don't blame the Irish people, blame the evil Indians who believe that all female children should be murdered.
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11/24/2012 10:24 PM
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
Sad......but the 300 million children killed worldwide since 1980 is a holocaust.


That's like 50 Hitlers.......each one killing 6 million.
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What fuck are you talking about.

where you ever in labour in pain and left there for four days to suffer.and then you baby dies.

come back and tell me about it.
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11/24/2012 10:34 PM
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Are you going to post this 100 times?

She forced a miscarriage on herself and died as a result. Don't blame the Irish people, blame the evil Indians who believe that all female children should be murdered.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


No she never refused antibiotics

She just want to be induced.

Imagine being in labour pain with a miscarriage FOR FOUR DAYS,because the doctor waited until the baby died,
He took a scan everyday of the heart beat of a baby that would not surive anyway.Then he induced her, now she was completly poisoned.

SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCED ON THE DAY.

,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.
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sad story, htough i feel like bits of info are missing, not sure why - just a hunch.
As for my own personal experience, I was pregnant, a scan showed the twins i was carrying were not making it. One had died already, the other showed no growth over a week. The dr told me to expect a miscarriage and when it happened I almost died due to severe hemmoraging. It was a horrible experience. A few years later, (after having two beautiful baby girls) i became pregnant again, and again the dr said the baby looked like it wouldnt make it. He offered an abortion. I asked him what the odds of the baby making it if i held out. He said twenty percent. That was good enough for me. I declined the abortion and went home. The miscarriage happened a few days later, and again i hemmoraged badly. Should I have gotten the abortion?? Those miscarriages were nightmares to go through, i could have died both times, and i have not felt like i have recovered fully from them. But if i had done it i wuld have forever been haunted by the fact that my baby may have made it. Twenty percent is a slim chance, but a chance nonetheless. I could not kill a baby - if it was going to die it would happen, but not by my call. Some would chastise me, saying my life was worth more than a fetus. But I could not feel that way. I made the choice, i survived the consequences, and I would likely do it again. The next one might be the one that kills me, but better that than to become a murdered myself.
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sad story, htough i feel like bits of info are missing, not sure why - just a hunch.
As for my own personal experience, I was pregnant, a scan showed the twins i was carrying were not making it. One had died already, the other showed no growth over a week. The dr told me to expect a miscarriage and when it happened I almost died due to severe hemmoraging. It was a horrible experience. A few years later, (after having two beautiful baby girls) i became pregnant again, and again the dr said the baby looked like it wouldnt make it. He offered an abortion. I asked him what the odds of the baby making it if i held out. He said twenty percent. That was good enough for me. I declined the abortion and went home. The miscarriage happened a few days later, and again i hemmoraged badly. Should I have gotten the abortion?? Those miscarriages were nightmares to go through, i could have died both times, and i have not felt like i have recovered fully from them. But if i had done it i wuld have forever been haunted by the fact that my baby may have made it. Twenty percent is a slim chance, but a chance nonetheless. I could not kill a baby - if it was going to die it would happen, but not by my call. Some would chastise me, saying my life was worth more than a fetus. But I could not feel that way. I made the choice, i survived the consequences, and I would likely do it again. The next one might be the one that kills me, but better that than to become a murdered myself.
 Quoting: green_girl


thank you, thank god you were't in ireland,
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11/24/2012 11:14 PM
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
it is sad but people die from not recieving a heart or kidney also
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
sad story, htough i feel like bits of info are missing, not sure why - just a hunch.
As for my own personal experience, I was pregnant, a scan showed the twins i was carrying were not making it. One had died already, the other showed no growth over a week. The dr told me to expect a miscarriage and when it happened I almost died due to severe hemmoraging. It was a horrible experience. A few years later, (after having two beautiful baby girls) i became pregnant again, and again the dr said the baby looked like it wouldnt make it. He offered an abortion. I asked him what the odds of the baby making it if i held out. He said twenty percent. That was good enough for me. I declined the abortion and went home. The miscarriage happened a few days later, and again i hemmoraged badly. Should I have gotten the abortion?? Those miscarriages were nightmares to go through, i could have died both times, and i have not felt like i have recovered fully from them. But if i had done it i wuld have forever been haunted by the fact that my baby may have made it. Twenty percent is a slim chance, but a chance nonetheless. I could not kill a baby - if it was going to die it would happen, but not by my call. Some would chastise me, saying my life was worth more than a fetus. But I could not feel that way. I made the choice, i survived the consequences, and I would likely do it again. The next one might be the one that kills me, but better that than to become a murdered myself.
 Quoting: green_girl


How long did it take to miscarry? I was 16 weeks and it took 1 day. 4 days? That just doesn't sound right.
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11/24/2012 11:26 PM
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75,000 births a year in Ireland and we Never hear anything like this..


Nothing but Hype and Propaganda..
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
sad story, htough i feel like bits of info are missing, not sure why - just a hunch.
As for my own personal experience, I was pregnant, a scan showed the twins i was carrying were not making it. One had died already, the other showed no growth over a week. The dr told me to expect a miscarriage and when it happened I almost died due to severe hemmoraging. It was a horrible experience. A few years later, (after having two beautiful baby girls) i became pregnant again, and again the dr said the baby looked like it wouldnt make it. He offered an abortion. I asked him what the odds of the baby making it if i held out. He said twenty percent. That was good enough for me. I declined the abortion and went home. The miscarriage happened a few days later, and again i hemmoraged badly. Should I have gotten the abortion?? Those miscarriages were nightmares to go through, i could have died both times, and i have not felt like i have recovered fully from them. But if i had done it i wuld have forever been haunted by the fact that my baby may have made it. Twenty percent is a slim chance, but a chance nonetheless. I could not kill a baby - if it was going to die it would happen, but not by my call. Some would chastise me, saying my life was worth more than a fetus. But I could not feel that way. I made the choice, i survived the consequences, and I would likely do it again. The next one might be the one that kills me, but better that than to become a murdered myself.
 Quoting: green_girl


How long did it take to miscarry? I was 16 weeks and it took 1 day. 4 days? That just doesn't sound right.
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hard to say. the first miscarriage i began bleeding lightly for about three days before the hemmoraghing began. i was twelve weeks exactly. The hemmoraging lasted six hours before they could stop it enough to give me tranfusions and a dnc. The second time i was fine one minute nearly dying the next. I was about 8 weeks then.
I am thinking That maybe they had reason for not performing the abortion that are not made clear. Most women will abort on their own just fine, and she may not have had a history of problems. Abortions are invasive and traumatic, whereas a normal miscarriage is hardly different than a period. They may have been trying to use the least invasive route.
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Sad......but the 300 million children killed worldwide since 1980 is a holocaust.


That's like 50 Hitlers.......each one killing 6 million.
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'cept 6 million is a lie. But w/e
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Re: Woman dies in Ireland after being refused an Abortion
"This is a Catholic country." AND MOTHERS MUST DIE TO SAVE THE BABY...............

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.AND LEFT SIT IN BED FOR FOUR DAYS TO DIE...

You see a doctor made a choice of total negelect here,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.

Imagine being in labour pain with a miscarriage FOR FOUR DAYS,because the doctor waited until the baby died,
He took a scan everyday of the heart beat of a baby that would not surive anyway.Then he induced her, now she was completly poisoned.

SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCED ON THE DAY.

,"This is a Catholic country."I can't induce you until the baby is dead.then they induce her the moment the baby is dead to late.


THAT TRUTH OF IRELAND NOW.

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE.
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Irish love alcohol I say they all go meet the train.

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