Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Another Sad Day for Ireland


at conception

We can now end the life of an unborn child for as little as €9.99. The Irish Medicines Board has ruled to allow the sale of a morning after pill without prescription in all pharmacies. From yesterday the drug, NorLevo, can be sold over the counter in all pharmacies. Pharmacies are free to set their own price for the drug, with some outlets having prices as low as €9.99. The drug can prevent conception, but it will also end a pregnancy, it will end the unborn child's life by preventing implantation. Remember life begins at conception!

Unfortunately this ruling will lead to more abortions, and will essentially drive the campaign for abortion on demand in Ireland. More contraception means more risk taking, which results in more pregnancies, which result in increased abortion. This is a sad but proven fact. Proof below.

 
A Study Published in Jan 2011 (Read Full Study)
Trends in the use of contraceptive methods and voluntary interruption of pregnancy in the Spanish population during 1997–2007
Background
This study was designed to acquire information about the use of contraceptive methods in order to reduce the number of elective abortions.

Study Design
Since 1997, representative samples of Spanish women of childbearing potential (15–49 years) have been surveyed by the Daphne Team every 2 years to gather data of contraceptive methods used.

Results
During the study period, 1997 to 2007, the overall use of contraceptive methods increased from 49.1% to 79.9%. The most commonly used method was the condom (an increase from 21% to 38.8%), followed by the pill (an increase from 14.2% to 20.3%). Female sterilization and IUDs decreased slightly and were used by less than 5% of women in 2007. The elective abortion rate increased from 5.52 to 11.49 per 1000 women.

To complain to the Irish Medicines Board phone 01 6764971, 6764976

Email: imb@imb.ie



For help with a crisis pregnancy go to http://www.cura.ie/

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