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(Original post by ~*glitter*~)
its not that i didnt believe u its just thats what some 1 told me, there is still an element of trauma tho
mmm lol

obviously there is! ur seein a baby come out of u! one that in so many yrs cud b ur son / daughter
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its not that i didnt believe u its just thats what some 1 told me, there is still an element of trauma tho
It is supposed to be very traumatic but I'm pretty sure that the baby is given an injection when it's in the wonb. But either way, it's still extremely traumatic.
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It's one of the most traumatic experiences a woman can have.
eeerrm, yes i know that, and if u read back u will see why i wrote what i did
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It is supposed to be very traumatic but I'm pretty sure that the baby is given an injection when it's in the wonb. But either way, it's still extremely traumatic.
oh it dont matter, it dies and thats that
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(Original post by ~*glitter*~)
oh it dont matter, it dies and thats that
its not that simple
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oh it dont matter, it dies and thats that
I agree. Anyway, I don't know for sure- I don't know anyone who's had an abortion and you're not gona know the details on that sort of thing unless you know someone who's had one. So how old's her bf?
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its not that simple
what i mean is it doesnt matter wheather it dies how i said or how u said, argument over!!
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(Original post by ~*glitter*~)
eeerrm, yes i know that, and if u read back u will see why i wrote what i did
Sorry - didn't mean it to sound patronising! <realise now that it did a bit> Sorry!!
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I agree. Anyway, I don't know for sure- I don't know anyone who's had an abortion and you're not gona know the details on that sort of thing unless you know someone who's had one. So how old's her bf?
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Sorry - didn't mean it to sound patronising! <realise now that it did a bit> Sorry!!
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I think if I was in her position I'd be thinking about adoption. Having a baby's gona put a lot of strain on their relationship and I assume they'll struggle financially (unless they've got rich parents).
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I agree. Anyway, I don't know for sure- I don't know anyone who's had an abortion and you're not gona know the details on that sort of thing unless you know someone who's had one. So how old's her bf?
I do. The baby doesn't need to have an injection. Labour is induced and the baby can't survive the labour.
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I agree. Anyway, I don't know for sure- I don't know anyone who's had an abortion and you're not gona know the details on that sort of thing unless you know someone who's had one. So how old's her bf?
i can g'tee, wen it comes to the crunch u will eithe rnot weant to do it, or spend up to yrs beating urself up about it. my sister got preggers at 18 n abptred with urs and glitters sttitdue towards it. til she was 23 or 24 ish she was not over what she saw and how it felt. she stil wonders about the child now.

u will care wen it happens. ul wish u never thoght things like that

its horrid
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i can g'tee, wen it comes to the crunch u will eithe rnot weant to do it, or spend up to yrs beating urself up about it. my sister got preggers at 18 n abptred with urs and glitters sttitdue towards it. til she was 23 or 24 ish she was not over what she saw and how it felt. she stil wonders about the child now.

u will care wen it happens. ul wish u never thoght things like that

its horrid
I know- I meant I agree with Glitter's post that it doesn't matter how the baby dies (the ins and outs of it all), it's still a traumatic experience. I don't think abortion is an easy option in any way, shape or form and I'm sure people who have one are still haunted by it for many years.
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I do. The baby doesn't need to have an injection. Labour is induced and the baby can't survive the labour.
thats what i said!!!!
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i can g'tee, wen it comes to the crunch u will eithe rnot weant to do it, or spend up to yrs beating urself up about it. my sister got preggers at 18 n abptred with urs and glitters sttitdue towards it. til she was 23 or 24 ish she was not over what she saw and how it felt. she stil wonders about the child now.

u will care wen it happens. ul wish u never thoght things like that

its horrid
i would never abort, i would stuggle for the rest of my life just to make sure my baby was happy and healthy
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i would never abort, i would stuggle for the rest of my life just to make sure my baby was happy and healthy
good!
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i would never abort, i would stuggle for the rest of my life just to make sure my baby was happy and healthy

i think many people say that...but you don't truly know how you would feel until it actually happens to you...
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i think many people say that...but you don't truly know how you would feel until it actually happens to you...
it cant actually happen to me, but thats another story
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(Original post by ruthiepoothie)
i think many people say that...but you don't truly know how you would feel until it actually happens to you...
That's what I think- most people would probably say that they wouldn't have an abortion but it's understandable that when you're young or financially insecure or just not emotionally ready to have a baby, people panic and have an abortion. I'd like to think that if I was in that situation I would give the baby up for adoption rather than have an abortion but you never know until it happens to you. I'm sure a lot of young girls just panic.
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