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Do You Regret Your Abortion or Your Lost Fatherhood? By filling in the form below you can add your expression of regret to our list. All information remains confidential and is presented anonymously

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Pennsylvania, United States

I am not sure why I had an abortion, other than I thought it would save my relationship with the baby's father.  Though he and I later got back together and married, he still left the area after the abortion.  My mother offered no guidance, just that I should do what I felt was best. 

During the abortion procedure I was under general anesthesia and felt nothing.  Immediately after the abortion I was told of the surgery that I had undergone to repair my uterus and that I would have to stay in the hospital for a week.  I was devastated emotionally and physically.  As time went on after the abortion I felt more and more guilty about what I had done, and even considered suicide.

 I found help and forgiveness through my relationship with Jesus Christ, who saved me when I was twenty.  My husband and I went on to have two sons which were difficult pregnancies to carry, I believe because of the extensive scar tissue left by the abortion.  My second child was nearly lost at 27 weeks when I went into early labor and was only saved because of the quick thinking of a doctor who gave me a drug to lower my blood pressure, thus stopping the contractions.  I am forever grateful to that doctor and to the Lord for allowing us to have two wonderful children, though I was never able to have any more.  I always wanted a daughter and am sure the baby I aborted was probably a girl.


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