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  • Writer's pictureGeorgia Health Professionals for Reproductive Justice

My abortion wasn't "a choice"

As physician, a parent of a special needs child, and the survivor of an ectopic pregnancy, I have a very unique view. I had to end a pregnancy I desperately wanted between 10-12 weeks so I could survive to care for my other 2 children. It was a devastating decision that my doctor and I navigated. That's how it should be.

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