Catholic World News: The website of a Texas abortion clinic makes it very, very clear that they don't want their customers patients taking their complaints to outside agencies.
"Our approach has produced excellent results, with hospitalization very rarely needed, mainly due to ectopic pregnancies or clotting disorders. Complications, however, may occur in all surgical procedures and hospitalization and treatment of such events by a Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist is readily available.
Should you develop any problems, remember to call us FIRST. A physician is on call 24 hours a day. Early detection and treatment of problems offer the best results.
We are the professionals best suited to handle post-abortion problems in the office in the safest and least costly manner, usually in our office. Should you go to an emergency room for treatment, the staff may not be sympathetic to your circumstances and familiar with specialized abortion care and management of its complications. This could result in unnecessary procedures, including general anesthesia and major surgery.

No comments: