Wednesday, February 17, 2021

GUAM ABORTIONS 2018, 2019,2020

According to the 2018, 2019, 2020 abortion reports as published by the Department of Health and Human Services, the last abortions reported in Guam were in March of 2018. There are no entries in the 2019 and 2020 abortion reports.

Women identifying their ethnicity as Chamorro accounted for 44% of procured abortions in 2018.

Women aged 23 to 32 accounted for 54% of the abortions. Teenagers (high school age) accounted for 2% of the abortions in 2018.

Women with at least some college accounted for 78% of the abortions in 2018.

25% of the women who procured abortion identified themselves as married.

Most of the abortions were performed by suction curettage: 

Nearly 80% of the babies aborted may have experienced pain as their bodies were ripped apart:

Free nerve endings, the “alarm buttons,” begin to develop at about seven weeks' gestation1,2; projections from the spinal cord, the major “cable” to the brain, can reach the thalamus (the lower alarm) at seven weeks' gestation. An intact spinothalamic projection might be viewed as the minimal necessary anatomical architecture to support pain processing, putting the lower limit for the experience of pain at seven weeks' gestation. -

All of the abortions were performed at the Women's Clinic (Dr. Freeman's Clinic), the Guam Polyclinic had already closed its doors before 2018. 

However, the last item shows that while one abortion was begun at the Women's Clinic it appears that the abortion concluded at GMH, indicating that there were complications necessitating hospitalization for the woman.

However, the abortion report demonstrates that there were no complications with any abortions. 

Why then was the patient taken to GMH? Either something went wrong or GMH is permitting abortions.

The GMH "abortion" demonstrates the problem with telemedicine medical abortions which is what two Hawaii doctors are suing for. But while the doctors may prescribe abortion pills over the internet, they won't be here when something goes wrong. And which Guam doctor is going to be called in to finish the job?

See the full abortions reports here

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