Chemical abortion. No surgeon’s probe, no scraping, no suction. It’s all done with medication prescribed by a physician and taken under his or her supervision. That is, unless the law is changed, and that’s what abortion activists hope to accomplish in the next election and thereafter.
Currently, two drugs are used to induce a medical miscarriage in pregnancies under 10 weeks: mifepristone (MIF e PRIS tone), also labeled RU-486, and misoprostol (mye so PRAH stole). The two drugs are also used for actual medical conditions totally unrelated to pregnancy or miscarriage, and this article discusses them, as well.
Mifepristone, when dispensed under the commercial name, Korlym, treats high blood sugar in adults with Cushing’s syndrome who also have type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Persons who have Cushing’s and diabetes and use Korlym to lower their blood sugar are warned NOT to use Korlym if they are pregnant or there is a…
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