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Study: Chemical Abortion Drugs May Make It Harder for Women to Conceive (again) After Use

Not so Easy Button

This sounds like a no-brainer. In the simplest terms, chemical abortion drugs convince your body to reject a pregnancy. But a new study suggests they may make it more difficult to get pregnant in the future.

A team of behavioral neuroscientists at the Franciscan University of Steubenville released the findings of a three-year study that found biological, physiological, and behavioral changes among rats who received mifepristone and misoprostol. The study found decreases in the appetite, exploratory movement, and self-care of lab rats which ingested the abortion drugs. The neuroscientists also found a decrease in vaginal impedance, which may reflect a reduced ability to conceive, similar to that seen with the aging process. The study is published in Frontiers in Neuroscience, a multidisciplinary, international journal led by Idan Segev of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

As best I can tell, these drugs may “age” the electrochemical viability of the uterine wall making it less receptive to future efforts to carry a baby to term. May. Environmentalists and humanity haters would love that.

Question: is it racist to convince minority women to use these even if there’s a slight chance it may incapacitate their ability to have children in the future? 

Why do the Study?

Given the significant physiological changes that take place during and resulting from pregnancy, as well as the relative absence of such information in relation to pregnancy termination, this study investigated the potential for developing a valid animal model to objectively assess the biological, physiological and behavioral consequences of drug-induced pregnancy termination.

So, the goal of these scientists includes working out both physical and psychological responses to the chemistry in the womb and the brain.

“The findings of this study are an important step forward in shedding some light into what happens following a chemically induced abortion and also raise more questions,” he said. “For example, we need to understand better what is going on in the brain as a result of the pregnancy termination that could have led to the negative behaviors we observed.”

Chemical abortion may have long term effects on the body after the abortifacient has served its immediate purpose. What those effects may be is of interest and should be concerning to any woman who chooses to use them. And it looks like fooling your body could come with more physical and mental health consequences than even a natural miscarriage.

The pro-abortion culture is pushing the idea that these are an easy out for any failure to behave responsibly beforehand. Not so easy after all. 

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