To cope with the range of emotions that our patients undergo after the procedure with the abortion pills Mifepristone and Misoprostol or Cytotec , we encourage them to make a reflection about their experience and share them with us and the world ( their personal data kept confidential). A “reflection” will help them unload much of that emotional baggage. This activity will surely help them a lot as they embark on the road to a full recovery and to a new beginning. Here’s one reflection from Ness , a 39 year old office staff and a mother of 3 from Bohol, Philippines.
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Sending you my reflections on valentines day (pls. Edit any personal info)
It was last January 15, 2017 when one of the most difficult decision and situation in my life has finally come to an end.
December 5, 2016, I was expecting my monthly period but it never came. It didnt bother me at first bcoz i thought this was only due to sudden change of my body system due to lack of sleep when my work changed into night shift and the sudden demiss of my father of the previous month. Another week passed and it was still okay. I thought “so what?”, i can bear and raise a child whom i really wanted anyway esp so if this will be a baby girl coz ive got all boys. This will be the product of a love shared with a man not my husband but i loved for more than 3 yrs of my life. We are mature enough and responsible for this though unplanned. And so it goes for another weeks.
January 2017 arrived and a sudden tension at work came together with the news that the much awaited work promotion will be announced early this quarter. Me and my partner will be included to that but i guess not if they’ll found out soon of my situation. There’ll be so much intrigue and worst we could be both dismiss from the service. Huge complications made us decide to the best of everybody. I wanted to keep the baby i swear but bringing it up would cost our employment and the future of my children.
Then I searched the web trying to find out how to terminate pregnancy until i came across to someone who referred project 468. I entrust myself to them though im aware of the risk of being scammed. My intuition says to go for it. Its just money compared to the best result it could give. Toughen up all you ladies who were in the same situation. The decision was heart breaking we both end up into tears. I was just thankful to this team for their help. You see, i do not condone the actions not until you were in the same exact situation. Be patient during the procedure and follow everything they advice and you’ll be just fine.
Lastly, i prayed to all unborn babies. Your parents loved you so much and maybe much more and more but not in this time…. only God knows… my darling lil would be baby, we were sorry for you. We love you.
Thanks again sir john and the rest of project 468.
Ness, 39, Bohol
“Take hold of your future or the future will take hold of you” – P. Dixon
PROJECT 486: A Patient’s Reflection on Her Medical Abortion Procedure (Abortion Pills: Mifepristone and Misoprostol or Cytotec) in the Philippines XXVIII