History of Abortion | Abortion Instruments
“The number of lives lost by abortion is more than we lost during slavery and during the Holocaust. We need to start looking at abortion in the same light as we do both of those tragic events.”
– State Representative Mike Moon
Manual Vaccum Aspiration
MVA is used to abort a child from 6 weeks to 12 weeks of age. This handheld syringe works by creating its own vacuum/suction. MVAs are used and reused millions of times a year around the world. The major problem with the MVA is that it has a very weak vacuum. This means that the child is ripped apart slowly.
Syringe with Spinal Needle
This abortion instrument’s uses include injecting saltwater into the uterus. The baby swallows and breathes the poison. The cause of the death is congestion, hemorrhage and shock. The mother goes into premature labor about a day later and delivers a dead child. The other use is to inject the chemicals (digoxin, potassium chloride, etc.) into the heart of the baby. In both uses, these harsh chemicals soften the child’s corpse, making it easier to rip apart and remove.