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Emergency Contraception Abortion

Emergency Contraception Abortion

In keeping with my promise to keep you informed of issues in the U.S. Congress, I wanted to bring to your attention legislation that was recently introduced by Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Congresswoman Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.) that will raise the public’s understanding and awareness of Emergency Contraception (EC).

The bill is called the “EC Education Act” and it would fund public-education campaigns about this medication, letting people know that it is available, safe, and effective at preventing pregnancy. The bill would allow states to fund outreach programs to doctors, pharmacists, and women to increase their awareness about EC.  This effort comes at a good time because some studies indicated that many women do not use EC because they underestimate their chances of becoming pregnant. Improving public education and awareness could help reduce the estimated three million unintended pregnancies that occur in the U.S. every year.  In the U.S., emergency contraception is now available over the counter for adults and by prescription for those under age 17.

Of course, we expect the radical anti-abortion groups to come out in opposition to these bills.  As they have always done, they will try to confuse the public about EC by comparing it to abortion.

So, what can you do today to help this bill become law?

If your Senators and Congressman are pro-choice (contact me if you’re not sure), send them a simple email asking them to “cosponsor this legislation.”   After a bill is introduced, it – along with thousands of other bills – is referred to a committee.  That committee will not consider the bill unless they have an idea that there is support for it.  So, a Member of Congress can indicate that support by “co-sponsoring” the bill.

If your Senators and Congress are anti-abortion, tell them they should support the bill because Emergency Contraception is one way to prevent abortions!   And don’t let them tell you that 72 hours after unprotected sex, there is a “baby” in the woman’s uterus.  Gimme a break!

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I found this testimony the other day:

While stationed on Miramar and living off base with my Marine husband, I received a couple of black eyes that were reported.  I was made to leave my home and move into the barracks without my newborn daughter.  During visitation I had to go to my husband’s residence to see my daughter.  We got into a verbal fight and when I tried to leave he pinned me up against a door breaking my ribs…  I reported it to my command and was told nothing could be done (because) it happened off base. The ER called the police and filed a report.  The next week I went to my husband’s house to pick up my daughter and he sent me back to the ER. This was reported. Finally after much persuasion by the counseling center a board conducted an investigation concluding that there was enough evidence to substantiate that my husband did commit these crimes, level 4 out of 5. No disciplinary action was taken and he was then promoted to CPL and given an honorable discharge at the end of his tour.”

Countless military women and military spouses are victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. It is estimated that rates of marital abuse in the military are two to five times higher than civilian rates of domestic violence. Moreover, one in three women in the military will be sexually assaulted during their tour of duty.

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has introduced legislation called “The Military Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Response Act” to address this national epidemic and stop the violence against military women and military families.

Among other things, the bill would:

Establish an “Office of the Victims’ Advocate” to facilitate access to services for victims of domestic or family violence, sexual assault, and stalking in the military;

Support crisis intervention services for victims of such violence and provide training on prevention of such violence;

Provide for the employment of a sexual assault nurse examiner, a psychiatrist, and a complimentary clinical team at each DOD military treatment facility; and

Specify circumstances under which military law enforcement officers shall arrest a person for committing domestic violence.

This legislation has been referred to the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security but no action has been taken on it.


Go to:  http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h840/show and indicate your support for the bill.

Go to:  http://www.opencongress.org/people/representatives and determine who your Member of Congress is.  Then, email him or her and ask them to “co-sponsor” this bill.

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Abortion HPV

Abortion HPV

Genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection.  There are more than 40 types of HPV that can infect the genital areas of females and males, as well as the mouth and throat.  HPV is not the same as herpes and it can be acquired not just during sexual intercourse, but during any form of sexual activity that entails genital contact.

Most people with HPV do not develop symptoms or health problems because, in 90% of cases, the body’s immune system clears HPV naturally within two years.  However, there are certain types of HPV that can cause genital warts in males and females. More important, however, is the fact that HPV is the leading cause of cervical cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 10,000 women will get cervical cancer this year and over 3,500 of those women will die.

Let’s talk about the symptoms for a second.

Genital warts usually appear as a small bump or groups of bumps in the genital area. They can be small or large, raised or flat, or shaped like a cauliflower. These warts can appear within weeks or months after sexual contact with an infected partner—even if the infected partner has no signs of genital warts. If left untreated, genital warts might go away, remain unchanged, or increase in size or number. They will not turn into cancer.

The problem with cervical cancer is that there are usually no symptoms until it is quite advanced. That is why women should get regular screenings for cervical cancer.  Taking these tests can help you find the early signs of the disease so the problem can be treated early before it turns into cancer.

Now, let’s talk about preventative measures that you can take.

There is a vaccine that can help prevent HPV.  It is called Gardasil.

Gardasil protects you against Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions which are pre-cancerous lesions of the cervix. Specifically, the vaccine prevents diseases caused by HPV types 16 and 18, which are associated with about 70 percent of cervical cancers, and types 6 and 11, which are associated with genital warts.

The vaccine is given in three separate injections over a six-month period. You must complete the entire series of shots. It’s believed that immunity is achieved one month after the last shot and that it remains effective for at least five years.

If you are a woman between 11 and 26, you should get the vaccine.  If you receive the vaccine before becoming sexually active, the vaccine offers the most protection because, if you have had even one sexual partner, you may have already been exposed to HPV.

If you have been sexually active for a while and are under the age of 26, the vaccine may still offer cancer protection.  Even if you have been exposed to HPV, research shows that you may not have been exposed to all four types “covered” by the vaccine. So even if you’ve been exposed to and infected with one, two, or even three types of HPV, you can benefit from the vaccine.

If you have a young daughter, you should begin your daughter’s reproductive health care before she becomes sexually active. This is a wonderful time to talk frankly about issues of puberty and growing up female.  The first reproductive health visit is an ideal time to discuss the benefits of the vaccine and to offer it as a protective vaccination against cancer.

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hispanic-women abortionNuestros Honorarios…

Los services se pagan el dia de la cita en EFFECTIVO, GIRO de DINERO del DOREREO, tarjectas de credito MASTER CARD, VISA o AMERICAN EXPRESS. (No aceptamos cheques personales, gracias).


Nuestros Servicios…

Abortion centers es un centro de cuidado gynecologo que esta licenciado por el estado. Nos especializamos en abortos hasta las 24 semanas de gestacion como tambien en otros tratamientos ginecologos. Les brindamos el mejor ciudado medico mas un equipo de profesionales capacitados y atentos.

Nuestros Obstetras-Ginecologos estan certificado por la comision medica y tiene una vasta experencia en la provision de estos servicios a neustros pacientes.

Un Medico Anestesista administrara anestesia general. Tambien ofrecemos anestesia local.

Nuestro equipo de enfermeras y consejeras consiste de personas muy educadas y entrenadas que proveen ayuda, ciudado, y apoyo en una atmosfera sin prejuicios.

Tenemos lo ultimo en instrumentos diagnosticos y de cirugia, incluyendo maquinas de ultrasonidos.

Abortion centers esta aqui para oferecer cuidado medico de caliodad a las mujeres respetando la privacidad, dignidad y confidencialidad de cada paciente en un ambiente seguro, limpio, y con calor humano.

Todos las llamadas y cita son confidencial.

No es necessario el consentimiento do los padre.

En Preparacion de su cita…

El dia anterior de su cita no coma ni beba (esto incluye aqua y chiclets) desde las doce de la noche. Su estomago tiene que estar vacio por lo menos 8 de su cita.

Por favor tenga alguien con usted para hacerle compania y llevarla para su casa despues de su cita. Es perigoso que uste conduzca automovil para regresar a su casa cuando este recuperandose.

Por favor haga arreglos para el cuidad de sus ninos en su casa.

Usted y su acompanate deben de estar preparados para estar en la clinica de 3 a 4 horas. Triaga material para leer.

Por favor tome un bano la manana de su cita.

Si no puede aquidar a su cita, por favor llame y cancele para poder ofrecerle este tiempo a otra persona necesitada de nuestro servicios.

Que Puede Esperar…

Nuestra recepcionista la recibira cordialmente y le hara llenar un formulario sobre su salud.

En el laboratorio le haran analisis se sangre, factore RH, analisis de urine, y preuba de embarazo.

Un medico le tomara un ultasonido para poder determinar el tiempo de su embarazo.

Una cosejera le explicara el procedimiento del aborto como tambien hablara sobre metodos anteconceptivos y le contestara cualquier pergunta que usted tenga.

En el salon de operacion, usted sera atentida por un Ginecologo, un Anestesista, y una Enfermera.

Anestesia general y local estan disponible.

Despues del aborto usted descansara enun salon de recuperacion por lo menos una hora. Usted estara acompanada por una enfermera y una asistente.

Puede hacer una cita para regresar a la clinica de dos a tres semanas despues de s

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