Abortion Information

NLC-Misconceptions About Abortion

No regrets

One way to decide what is right is to look at the results in the lives of other women. When choosing parenting, most women struggle with being a mom, but nearly all say it is worth it. With adoption, there is normally a some regret, but there is also, normally, an acceptance of having done the best you could. With abortion, the most common feeling is regret. As a matter of fact, one survey found that 93 percent of women regret their abortion. “The majority of women wish that they had not chosen abortion. Of all the choices you have, abortion is the choice regretted most by women who have gone through it.”
– The Post-Abortion Review

The real risks in abortion

“In medical practice, there are few surgical procedures given so little attention and so under-rated in its potential hazards as abortion. It is a commonly held view that complications are inevitable.”
– Dr. Warren Hern, world-renowned abortionist

An unborn baby does not feel pain during an abortion

If you touch a little baby’s nose at 40 days he will pull his head back. At 49 days he or she can feel a needle stick and will draw back. If you put a little probe or instrument in the baby’s hand he will grasp it. Yes, babies feel things.

You will feel relief after your abortion

The emotional trauma of abortion is terrible. The majority of women who have abortions feel:

  • guilt (93%)
  • depression (88%)
  • anger (81%)
  • sorrow (92%)
  • grief (85%)
  • bitterness (75%)
  • despair (74%)
  • shame (91%)

Women who have abortions also report:

  • flash-backs to the abortion (63%)
  • hysterical out-breaks (51%)
  • uncontrollable weeping (70%)
  • suicidal feelings (56%)
  • a general sense of emptiness (83%)
  • quicker tempers (59%)
  • becoming more violent when angered (48%)

– The Post-Abortion Review

If you need help call or text us we are here 24/7 at 800-848 Love (5683).


The National Life Center

The National Life Center, Inc. was founded in 1970 and is the Parent to 1st Way Pregnancy Centers. Any pregnant girl or woman may find help as near as her telephone by calling our Toll-Free Hotline at 1-800-848-LOVE (5683).

Help Us Keep Helping

Your help is needed so we can continue to provide expectant mothers with free pregnancy testing, ultra-sound imaging and pregnancy guidance. Our services continue after delivery offering help with baby’s various needs.