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user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" No sedation? :shock: But yeah. Things are very different and most women opt to "go under" for a surgical procedure."</blockquote>




Yeah, none. Not even an option. It was pretty quick though and all I felt after was utter relief.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" No sedation? :shock: But yeah. ... [snip!] ... Yeah, none. Not even an option. It was pretty quick though and all I felt after was utter relief."


Were you able to go home that same day? Or did you have to stay overnight?

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69996 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" No sedation? :shock: But yeah. ... [snip!] ... Yeah, none. Not even an option. It was pretty quick though and all I felt after was utter relief."


Yeah I was never put under for mine. I was just given Vicodin and Ibuprofen

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" There is nothing in the OP that states she has merely been careless with her sex life. For all you know she lives in a house where she get's raped over and over again. You don't know her story."</blockquote>




Exactly, and there's gotta be something not right in her head if she IS just "using it as birth control" ( I hate that phrase, but you know what I mean.)

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69996 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:" <blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" There is nothing in the OP ... [snip!] ... be something not right in her head if she IS just "using it as birth control" ( I hate that phrase, but you know what I mean.)"


Yeah definitely.

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 5406 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" There is nothing in the OP that states she has merely been careless with her sex life. For all you know she lives in a house where she get's raped over and over again. You don't know her story."</blockquote>




I explicitly state, a number of times in fact that my issue lies ONLY with those who have had multiple abortions, 5/6/7 due solely to being careless about contraception because they know they can just get an abortion and the tax payers foot the bill.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69996 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting xTJ:" <blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" There is nothing in the OP ... [snip!] ... solely to being careless about contraception because they know they can just get an abortion and the tax payers foot the bill."


Cool.

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 5406 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" Chance are, you would be paying for those five, six kids if she decided to have them. Think of it as ... [snip!] ... appreciate that you are a little disgruntled, understand that it is far cheaper to pay for the abortion than to pay for kids."</blockquote>



Ok I see you can get where I am coming from so I will explain more and I'm sure you will understand why I don't agree with what you just said. Yes of course paying for the abortions is cheaper than paying for children and I will also state I would much rather a pregnancy terminated than a child born into a situation where they be potentially abused/neglected. However in the UK ALL contraception is also free, we don't even have to pay for condoms here. So I think you can see the issue I have that if the reason a woman is accessing abortions 5/6/7 times and the only reason is they can't be bothered to use contraception cos they can just get an abortion. I mean you can be careless once, twice, three, hey even 4 but when you're going above that in this country you're just taking the piss out the NHS. Like I said I actively support abortion rights, I am pro choice and I have had abortion so my issue isn't with that. My issue is living in a country where we are lucky enough to have contraception and abortion provided free on the NHS and instead of some people appreciating it they abuse it.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting xTJ:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Back to Noob Status:</b>" Chance are, you would be paying for ... [snip!] ... enough to have contraception and abortion provided free on the NHS and instead of some people appreciating it they abuse it."


I did not even realize BC was free in the NHS system. I can see why you are upset.

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 5406 posts
31st Oct '12

Yes we are incredibly fortunate here. Absolutely everything in regards to sexual health is free in this country, all birth control, all abortions, all advice and access to nurses and doctors, midwives, everything you can imagine. They run "family planning" Monday-Friday anywhere from 8am to 8pm in hospitals and clinics and you are never more than about 20/30 mins on the bus from one, because it's all NHS too it is all integrated so you can be sitting alongside someone who is in to see a Doctor about an eye infection so there is no embarrassment or shame because no one will ever know you are there for "family planning". It doesn't matter if you're 13 or 31, male or female or whatever you just simply pick up the phone ask for an appointment and in you go everything is free and confidential and you can normally get an appointment that very day and "Family Planning" covers absolutely everything. You can go and get free condoms, free pill, free iud, free injection, free implant, etc, etc, free pregnancy test, free morning after pill (plan b), full sexual health test, if you have sti then free treatment, free advice from Dr's and Nurses about anything and everything, if you are pregnant and don't want to continue the pregnancy they phone the hospital and hey that's you free abortion, free counselling..... You get the picture so yes if someone is getting 7 abortions because they just can't be bothered to use contraception and it's costing the tax payer and other parts of the NHS are getting financial cuts at the same time you can see why even the most pro choice campaigners would be quite pissed at that point.

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting xTJ:</b>" Yes we are incredibly fortunate here. Absolutely everything in regards to sexual health is free in this ... [snip!] ... financial cuts at the same time you can see why even the most pro choice campaigners would be quite pissed at that point."</blockquote>




It's so not like that here, and more and more funding is being cut from programs that provide birth control (even through private insurance if your employer wants it cut from your plan if they don't agree with it) add to that the same people hung up about abortion being the same people that want funding cut to low income families? That's why Some of us are in an uproar over here.

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting xTJ:</b>" Yes we are incredibly fortunate here. Absolutely everything in regards to sexual health is free in this ... [snip!] ... financial cuts at the same time you can see why even the most pro choice campaigners would be quite pissed at that point."</blockquote>



...I'm moving to the UK! Lol

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23132 posts
31st Oct '12

BC, is widely available and cheap here in the US.
Title IX provides funding to low-income women for "family planning." That funding is NOT going away. It may go to different facilities but it is not going away.



For those who don't qualify for free or almost free BC, there are inexpensive options.

Vivialopod 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42788 posts
1st Nov '12

I don't think it's ok. Nor do I think it's wrong. I'm not paying for them and I'm not having them, so I couldn't give less of a shit.