Tuesday, July 10, 2007

What is PAS?

The original version of this article was corrected 7/11/07.

The Seattle Post Intelligencer has decided to pile-on post-abortive women with this guest editorial from a local abortionist Sarah Prager.

Thanks to Christina at RealChoice -- PAS (Post Abortion Syndrome) is also "post-abortal syndrome," which is when the uterus fills up with clots. The treatment is to suction the clots out. It's usually detected in the recovery room and treated before the patient is discharged.

3 comments:

GrannyGrump said...

Hate to burst your bubble but when an abortion worker refers to "PAS" as a complication, what he means is "post-abortal syndrome," which is when the uterus fills up with clots. The treatment is to suction the clots out. It's usually detected in the recovery room and treated before the patient is discharged.

It's like how CD can stand for "compact disc" or for "certificate of deposit" depending on the context.

Lee Anne DFC said...

By saying it does not exist, the abortion industry does not have to change its ways.

It is similar to a three year old covering his eyes and saying "you cannot see me!"

Sin has a marvelous way of making us deny it.

Let us pray for those who are involved in the abortion industry - they need mercy from Our Loving God!

Joel said...

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