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I got pregnant back in 1973 while on the pill about six months into what was becoming an exclusive relationship. However, there was no real commitment yet and I was also drinking heavily (have now been sober 36 years).


I was a teenager when Roe v. Wade delivered a victory for women's rights. I had friends who had illegal abortions with devastating consequences. Never again did I believe we would face this battle.


Seven weeks in, I started bleeding and went to the emergency room, only to find out that the baby was ectopic...growing in my fallopian tube instead of in my womb.


I am a 23 year old woman from a small, extremely conservative town in rural Ohio. For years, I was fed ridiculous information in school and at church.


I am 49 and I have had two abortions. One when I was 28 and one when I was 34. Both times I was married. The first time we were newly married and I knew we were not ready emotionally or financially to care for a child. As it turned out, we ended up divorcing.

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