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ince Dobbs, abortion proponents have floated false narratives such as that women will die from ectopic pregnancy if abortion is restricted, when abortion has never been the treatment for ectopic pregnancy, that women will be denied care for miscarriage or other conditions, and that they will be prosecuted for seeking abortion.
The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) heard from one of its members who is seeing women in her practice who have fallen victim to the false abortion narrative.
“A member has told us that her patients fear that abortion laws would prevent her from treating their life-threatening pregnancy complications,” the group posted on Twitter.
“I am now seeing 1-2 patients a day with high anxiety, crying, etc. because they think they will die if they have an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, or previable preeclampsia,” The doctor had stated. “None of this is true. The misinformation is out of control.”
Further, the fact is, none of the new laws the states that have written regulating abortion affect the health or life of women, nor criminalize it for the mother.
There are many examples where pro-abortion advocates are offering false narratives in regard to abortion laws which serve to confuse the public and make women fearful.