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May 18, 2013 [Abortion] In the state of New York, abortion is legal up until the 24th week of pregnancy. 41% of pregnancies in New York City end in abortion. In the Bronx, a baby is as likely to be aborted as born. Below is an actual transcript from a woman undercover at just over 23 weeks visiting an abortion center. In case you were wondering, here is what a baby at 23 weeks looks like. Read on after watching.

Actual Transcript, Dr. Emily Women’s Health Center 560 SOUTHERN BLVD., BRONX, NY (Source

[Clinic]  Do you know how far along you are at all?
[Woman] They said like 22, 23.
[Clinic] Yeah, you’re 23 weeks

[Woman] OK.
[Clinic] So it’s definitely gonna be a two-day procedure. Today, they’re gonna insert something called laminaria sticks in you. They’re seaweed sticks – um, you have a choice of being asleep or awake for that.
[Woman] So you said I’m like 23 weeks, so, like –
[Clinic] That’s about six months.
[Woman] About – OK. So, I mean, is it like, is it, like, pretty big – like, do you know how big it is?
[Clinic] It’s six months. It’s, uh, it’s fully grown.
[Woman] It’s fully grown?
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] OK. So you mean it has, like, all the parts and stuff, you think?
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] Okay. So how are they – how do they, like, remove it, then.
[Clinic] It’s done by suction. It’s a sucking tool that they just hold, and it sucks it in. And then they put it in a – in a solution, and they send it out to the lab, so they can measure everything to make sure that everything came out of you.
[Woman] Oh, Okay. So it doesn’t, like, come out – ‘cause you said it’s, like, kind of [developed] – it doesn’t come out in one piece?
[Clinic] No.
[Woman] Like – Okay. So I’m just trying to think, how does it – ?
[Clinic] They start…
[Woman] Oh, Okay.
[Clinic] …falling apart.
[Woman] Oh, Okay. Yeah.
[Clinic] I mean, I don’t know why you want to know all this!
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] Just do it!
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] (Laughs) if it did come out in one piece, it’s vey small.
[Woman] Oh, Okay.
[Clinic] So they would still have to put it in, like, a jar – a container, with solution, and send it to the lab.
[Woman] Oh, Okay, so they would just be able to just, pretty much – [Clinic] Yeah, all our specimen have to go out to the lab.
[Woman] Oh, Okay.
[Clinic] Yeah. No matter what.
[Woman] To just – that’s just –
[Clinic] They –
[Woman] That’s just how you get rid, like, that’s how you get rid of it?
[Clinic] Yeah, they just – we don’t just throw it out in the garbage.
[Woman] Yeah. Yeah… like, what if it was, like, twitching, or something like that, like –
[Clinic] The – the solution will make it stop.
[Woman] Okay.
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] Okay.
[Clinic] (Laughs) it’s not gonna be moving around in the jar.
[Woman] Okay, the solution would make it, like –
[Clinic] Yeah. That’s the whole purpose of the solution. – Stop.
[Woman] Source: Okay. So, like, if it looked like it was, like, like, breathing or something like that –?
[Clinic] It will automatically stop. It won’t be able to breathe anymore. Not in the – not with the solution.
[Woman] Okay. So I’m not even gonna see it.
[Clinic] No.
[Woman] So, Okay. So I mean, like, if that happens –
[Clinic] You’re asleep. They take it out, and it goes into our lab, where they do the stuff with the jar and cleaning and all that.
[Woman] Okay. So what is the solution, it’s just like – something, like, toxic or something ?
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] Okay. So, like –
[Clinic] (Laughs) we have that to keep it clean and, you know, ‘cause by the time it gets to the lab, it still needs to be freshly, you know –
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] So they could weigh it, so it could be proper weight to make sure that everything came out of you and there’s no pieces left in you. Yeah. You will be out of the operating room, you’ll be in the recovery room, [Okay] you’ll be so asleep, you won’t even know where the hell you are…
[Woman] So, like, you’ll make sure, like, I don’t have to deal with it.
[Clinic] No.
[Woman] It will die.
[Clinic] You’re done. You’re done. Once you start this today, that’s it. You’re not gonna see it, we’re not gonna show you your sonogram pictures, we’re not gonna, you know…
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] Once you start this today, you cannot change your mind.
[Woman] Okay.
[Clinic] Okay? Because –
[Woman] Just because it’s starting to –
[Clinic] ‘Cause, yes, the seaweed –
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[Clinic] The seaweed is where the heartbeat – that’s what kills the heartbeat, as well.
[Woman] Oh, really?
[Clinic] Yes. The sticks that are – they’re toxic.
[Woman] Oh, really?
[Clinic] So, if you don’t come back the next day, that could be your – your life at risk.
[Woman] All right, so I’m – if I feel like I’m having, like, labor pain-kinda thing –
[Clinic] Yeah, call us.
[Woman] Call you?
[Clinic] Yeah. We have an emergency line…
[Woman] …what if it, like, pops out, like, at home?
[Clinic] If it comes out –
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] Source: – then it comes out. Flush it!
[Woman] Just, like, flush it?
[Clinic] Yeah. But you still have to come in. ‘Cause we have to make sure that everything came out. But we never had a situation like that…
[Woman] ‘Cause if it’s, like, what if it’s, like, on the floor, like, you know what I’m saying?
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] What would we do with it?
[Clinic] You’re not gonna be taking care of it.
[Woman] That’s what I’m saying, I mean –
[Clinic] No.
[Woman] Like, you guys would come and, like –
[Clinic] Yes. If anything, you know, we’ll tell you to put it in a bag or something or somewhere and bring it to us, we have two-day procedures all the time.
[Woman] You do? It’s, like, pretty common?
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] Source: Like, even with me, kinda, stage – like, at this stage?
[Clinic] Yeah, like, everyday…
[Woman] …whatever happens at home, you know, like, don’t call the hospital?
[Clinic] No. No. Call us.
[Woman] Okay. So, why not call the hospital?
[Clinic] ‘Cause we started it first, the hospital won’t take you. They won’t touch you, either, because we started it. So whoever starts it has to finish it… [Woman] …they would force me to have it?
[Clinic] They might. Or they might just tell you to push it out.
[Woman] Really?
[Clinic] Yeah, like, King’s County (Hospital Center) tells patients to push out the pregnancy.
[Woman] When it’s not – when it’s alive?
[Clinic] Mhmm. When you’re this far along, they tell them “push it out.”
[Woman] Even if it’s, like, even – and then it comes out alive?
[Clinic] Yeah. And then I don’t know what they do with it…
[Woman] …Does the baby feel it? Like, does he feel it, you know?
[Clinic] Source: No…
[Woman] So you’ve been here awhile, like –
[Clinic] Yeah.
[Woman] OK, so you’ve seen, like –
[Clinic] 10 years.
[Woman] – all different kinda – you have, Okay.
[Clinic] Since I was, like, 16.
[Woman] Oh, really?
[Clinic] Yeah, it’ll be 11 years. (Laughs)
[Woman] Oh, Okay. Okay.
[Clinic] Yeah, I started here young.
[Woman] Okay.
[Clinic] So I’ve seen all kinds of stuff.
[Clinic] …so that pregnancy is removed, and the termination is done with forceps and things like that inside the body. And then he removes that pregnancy tissue and parts outside of the body.
[Woman] Oh, Okay. So how does he, like, terminate? Like, how does it – ?
[Clinic] It’s with the forceps, and with the instruments inside the body. He cannot do a termination once it’s outside of the body, okay? He has to resuscitate it; he has to send it to the hospital. That’s the law.
[Woman] Okay, so, basically, I would have to take it – I would have to take it, then?
[Clinic] What do you mean, if it came out alive?
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] Then we would send it to the hospital, and the hospital would do whatever it needs to do to keep it alive. If it didn’t stay alive, then, you know – but once it’s already outside of the body and it’s alive, it has to sent to the hospital.
[Woman] Okay. [Clinic] That’s why a termination is done inside.
[Woman] Yeah, that – Okay. I mean, if it –
[Clinic] It – it probably won’t be.
[Woman]  It probably won’t? Okay.
[Clinic] It probably won’t be, usually what happens is that he does a termination inside, and then he removes the pregnancy.
[Woman] So normally he just kills it inside, so that wouldn’t be –
[Clinic] Well, we don’t use the word “kill,” but –
[Woman] Oh, Okay. (Laughs.) Okay, or, or terminate –
[Clinic] Termination –
[Woman] Oh, you guys say “terminate,” Okay. Just to make it, like –
[Clinic] No, just because that’s what’s happening. Depending on who’s talking, uh, um –
[Woman] Yeah.
[Clinic] Depending on what you consider life, conception of life, or whatever, when that pregnancy is inside the uterine area, and it’s under 24 weeks, it can be, we can do a termination.
[Clinic] We have two-day procedures all the time.
[Woman] You do? It’s, like, pretty common?
[Clinic] Yeah.[Woman] Like, even with me, kinda, stage – like, at this stage?
[Clinic] Yeah, like, everyday…


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