Woman Sees Ultrasound of Her Baby and Walks Out of Planned Parenthood

Opinion   Sarah Terzo   Apr 9, 2020   |   6:55PM    Washington, DC

A woman named Jill was in a Planned Parenthood clinic when she accidentally saw a printout her ultrasound. She says:

 “I accidentally saw my ultrasound when I went up to pay the Planned Parenthood cashier. I saw little arms, little legs, and a head.”

Jill writes that the photo was just sitting there on top of her file.

From the article:

Prior to accidentally seeing the ultrasound (which was not voluntarily offered to her as a factual, scientific representation of her baby), Jill had undergone counseling at Planned Parenthood. She thought it was quite a sham, and not at all helpful in making a decision. Jill describes that “the state-mandated ‘professional counseling’ consisted of two questions, a sigh, and, ‘Well, it’s decided then.’” The clinic also had Jill “sit through a movie that described how the doctor would ‘suction out this untimely pregnancy.’” She describes the movie as “extremely clean, like almost stick figures” – nothing like the reality of abortion.“…

Jill was very unimpressed with the standard of care at Planned Parenthood, sharing that it was practically non-existent. “Dressed in our gowns, we go to the doctor’s ‘procedure’ rooms, I slowly slide onto the cold metal table, next to a perfect silver tray lined with sharp polished knives of every shape & size.” When an older woman came into the room, she informed Jill that the doctor would come in within five minutes, and without any offer of pain medication, stated that Jill was to “be ready.” That, Jill writes, was “the extent of the doctor-patient consultation” she received.

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[Sje got up off of table and ran, went to Birthright, which helped her]

KRISTI BURTON BROWN Woman who left abortion clinic: “I saw little arms, little legs, and a head” Live Action News  DEC 11, 2015

LifeNews.com Note: Sarah Terzo is a pro-life liberal who runs ClinicQuotes.com, a web site devoted to exposing the abortion industry. She is a member of the pro-life groups Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Secular Pro-Life. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.