The right to know baby's gender

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The right to know baby's gender
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Fri, 01-16-2009 - 1:49pm

I am new to this message board, but would love to hear your suggestions/opinions on this subject.


Our family is suffering during this economic crisis, just like so many other families. Personally, I felt as if I was so alone & that my life was slowly falling apart. I cried out to the Lord to guide me, to strengthen me spiritually, and to show me what road He felt I should follow. I soon received my answer, and the doors have slowly begun to open. To save the unborn. To reach out to women who are being faced with an unwanted pregnancy. By God's grace, He is showing me how to do this.


I am currently working alongside an FDA cleared company which offers a product that can determine the gender of a child as early as 8 weeks gestation. I feel this could clearly be beneficial to mothers considering abortion/adoption/parenting.


I have visited with several pregnancy clinics (pro-life), but they said they choose not to ever share the childs gender under any circumstance to anyone who walks in their clinic.


I feel that if a woman knows the potential sex of her child, this could create a huge impact on her decision. And, I feel the impact would be positive.


I feel this

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Registered: 04-19-2006
Fri, 01-23-2009 - 9:42am

>>In the case of complications during a "routine" abortion procedure, a partial hysterectomy may be required to remedy the situation. When Doctors are sticking hands and tools in you or up you, there's always a chance--however slight it may be--that something will go wrong. If I recall correctly, you probably know that pretty well yourself.

Partial hysterectomies (or full hysterectomies) can throw your body into early menopause, cause hormonal imbalances, and yes, heighten the risk for breast cancer. Breast cancer has been linked to imbalances of hormones (specifically estrogen), and while other things can have a similar effect (birth control pills, patches, etc.), abortion can have an indirect effect on your chances of getting breast cancer. <<

and gestation has an even higher risk of those same complications but they leave that fact out because it doesn't suit their purpose.

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Fri, 01-23-2009 - 9:54am

 


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Fri, 01-23-2009 - 10:02am

"'If *any* election wasn't "fair," it would have to be 2000, and we had to "cope" with that for eight LONG years."


Oh, amen.

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Fri, 01-23-2009 - 10:11am

Of course, she's sane, pragmatic, intelligent Republican, old-school, not the other kind.


If only we had more of those!


 


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Registered: 01-22-2009
Fri, 01-23-2009 - 2:54pm

~CULTURE, not race. We aren't in China.~


Sex-selective abortions happen in the USA and Canada, also, for example, amongst some in the Indian and Chinese communities.

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Registered: 08-31-2004
Fri, 01-23-2009 - 3:36pm

I can understand refusing service based on age, but what does one's marital status or sexual preference have to do with having a timeshare?

That's interesting. Were there irregularities in the election or vote-counting procedures?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that called segregation? And didn't you as a nation work fairly hard to eliminate that?

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Sat, 01-24-2009 - 6:29pm
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Sun, 01-25-2009 - 8:43am

LOL, I know :oD There are plenty of people in the UK I wouldn't want to be lumped in with.

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Mon, 01-26-2009 - 12:31am

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Yes, there was an irregularity. It seems that nearly 10 million more people decided to vote for someone who thinks before firing. What audacity! Personally, I blame the intelligentsia. :P




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Registered: 08-31-2004
Wed, 01-28-2009 - 4:44am

LMAO!

I thought his speech at the inauguration was incredible. How lovely for you to have an articulate, charismatic man as President. I'm jealous. All we have is Broon :O(

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