Planned Parenthood Tells Women to Keep Abortion Pills in Their Medicine Cabinet

National   Carole Novielli   Sep 17, 2014   |   11:44AM    Washington, DC

For many, emergency contraception is believed to be abortive. So it was shocking to see Planned Parenthood tell women to stock up on the pills by keeping them it in the medicine cabinet “just in case.”

On their Facebook page, abortion giant Planned Parenthood writes, “Emergency contraception (AKA the morning-after pill) works better the sooner you take it, so it’s a good idea to buy it ahead of time and keep it in your medicine cabinet just in case. That way, if you need it you won’t have to worry about going to the drugstore or making an appointment.”

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Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby have successfully redefined the beginning of life at implantation rather than conception despite the fact that early on the abortion giant admitted what science stated that life begins at conception.

In fact, Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards recently said that life begins at delivery!

In the past, Planned Parenthood has offered discounts for “emergency contraception” which many view as an abortion:

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This is not the first time the abortion giant used coupons to lure patients into their clinics:

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According to Planned Parenthood’s 2012-2013 annual report Planned Parenthood performed 327,166 abortions nationwide.

In addition, Planned Parenthood reports they passed out 1,590,133 emergency contraception kits viewed as abortive by many. The numbers also reveal that nearly one third of all of Planned Parenthood’s reported services included either abortions or possibly abortion inducing drugs as prenatal services dropped by nearly 31.97 percent.

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That means that in 2012, abortions made up 93.8 percent of the abortion giant’s pregnancy services to only 11 percent of their overall clients.

Recently, the mother of a girl who died after taking the morning after pill called for a ban on giving emergency contraception to under-age girls without parental consent.

Jenny Bacon’s daughter Caroline suffered a stroke at the age of 15.

According to an article in the UK Daily Mail, Bacon’s daughter started taking the pill without her consent at the age of 14. She died shortly before her 16th birthday after suffering a stroke which left her paralyzed and in a coma.

Complications and death from Plan B and other Morning After Pills are possible not to mention what these pills do to an unborn child already conceived in the womb.

LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.