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What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland

 
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11/16/2012 02:53 AM
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What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
I don't agree with abortion but could they not have caesarean
sectioned the girl and tried to save both her and the baby?
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
Unfortunately, sometimes it takes a tragedy (and it surely is a tragedy) to make people think, which I hope is the result.

She shouldn't have died. Her death was preventable.
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11/16/2012 02:58 AM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
Unfortunately, sometimes it takes a tragedy (and it surely is a tragedy) to make people think, which I hope is the result.

She shouldn't have died. Her death was preventable.
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Ireland is really bad with it.
Have you read about those Catholic laundries and how the girls were treated?
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11/24/2012 08:35 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
"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 08:39 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
what girl? link for background info please
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11/24/2012 08:40 PM
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This bud's for you.
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
"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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2178540


Is that the law or custom or what there?. Sounds like neglect.
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
"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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2178540


Is that the law or custom or what there?. Sounds like neglect.
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It's a roman catholic law. in 2012. bastards the life of the child comes before the mother.

No government has dealt with it yet.

up roar now they will have deal with it.
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11/24/2012 08:51 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
I don't agree with abortion but could they not have caesarean
sectioned the girl and tried to save both her and the baby?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20068093


I dont believe we are being told the the whole story.
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11/24/2012 09:12 PM

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Big slant on this story. The hospital never released an official story, just the angry husband and a pro abortion group.

How often do women who are pregnant with live babies, get blood poisoning? Usually it takes an outside source to introduce the bacteria, in this case it was the mother's attempt to force a miscarriage on herself.

You see the mother had a scan a few days before, where not only was the pregnancy without complications, she found that she was carrying a female child. Being Indian, she believed that a female child was inferior. So she attempted to force herself to miscarry.

This wasn't medical neglect, it was a murder suicide. She killed herself and her unborn child.

Don't fall for the crap that the pro murder crowd is trying to push. It's safer to be a pregnant woman in Ireland then the US, UK, France, or India by a wide margin.
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
"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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2178540

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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
I don't agree with abortion but could they not have caesarean
sectioned the girl and tried to save both her and the baby?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20068093


I dont believe we are being told the the whole story.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22909393



Here's the story.
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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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
How often do women who are pregnant with live babies, get blood poisoning? Usually it takes an outside source to introduce the bacteria, in this case it was the mother's attempt to force a miscarriage on herself.

You see the mother had a scan a few days before, where not only was the pregnancy without complications, she found that she was carrying a female child. Being Indian, she believed that a female child was inferior. So she attempted to force herself to miscarry.

 Quoting: samanthasunflower


Allow me to footnote that for you:

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz]

"Lily Allen's hospitalisation with septicaemia has focused attention on a little understood but potentially fatal condition which affects thousands of people every year.

The 25-year-old singer was responding to treatment after being taken to hospital by ambulance from her Gloucestershire home on Friday night, where she was recovering from her second miscarriage. She had been with her boyfriend, Sam Cooper, 32, after losing her baby five days earlier, six months into her pregnancy.

Septicaemia is a recognised risk following miscarriage, as foetal material can be left behind in the womb, acting as a reservoir for infection.

The condition can be life-threatening and is caused by the body over-reacting to an infection. The immune system goes into overdrive, triggering reactions that can lead to widespread swelling and blood clotting."


female infanticide in india

[link to www.theatlantic.com]

"New-born girl found in dustbin, second in a week," announced a recent headline in the Hindustan Times. The article was datelined Gurgaon but it could have come from one of many Indian cities. Thousands of baby girls are abandoned each year, an extension of sex selection practices that, according to a 2011 study in The Lancet, include half a million abortions in India every year. Most abandoned babies die, but a few are rescued. While the statistics on the number of babies killed or abandoned at birth are murky -- the vast majority go unreported -- the radically skewed sex ratio of children under six years of age is an inescapable indication."

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11/25/2012 04:38 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
we now are in the world order,i mean local news worldwide like we're all in the same town,i guess abortions worldwide is the only solution so this never happens again,like what bs,what is an abortion law got to do with having a dying/dead fetus removed
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11/25/2012 08:18 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
we now are in the world order,i mean local news worldwide like we're all in the same town,i guess abortions worldwide is the only solution so this never happens again,like what bs,what is an abortion law got to do with having a dying/dead fetus removed
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28391789


A dying fetus is not the same as a dead fetus is it. As long as it was still alive (in process of dying but not yet dead) the doctor was not allowed to remove it.
This is a case where a doctor should have disobeyed the law in order to save the woman's life.
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11/25/2012 08:24 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
Big slant on this story. The hospital never released an official story, just the angry husband and a pro abortion group.

How often do women who are pregnant with live babies, get blood poisoning? Usually it takes an outside source to introduce the bacteria, in this case it was the mother's attempt to force a miscarriage on herself.

You see the mother had a scan a few days before, where not only was the pregnancy without complications, she found that she was carrying a female child. Being Indian, she believed that a female child was inferior. So she attempted to force herself to miscarry.

This wasn't medical neglect, it was a murder suicide. She killed herself and her unborn child.

Don't fall for the crap that the pro murder crowd is trying to push. It's safer to be a pregnant woman in Ireland then the US, UK, France, or India by a wide margin.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


hf

well thought out response, kudos!
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11/25/2012 08:37 PM
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Re: What do you all think about the girl who died in Ireland
I don't agree with abortion but could they not have caesarean
sectioned the girl and tried to save both her and the baby?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20068093


Government run Health care, enough said !!!!!!!

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