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LIFE ISSUES NO. 34-1
Today, I have a letter for you. I think you’ll find it interesting. She starts by saying: “I listened in tears today as Dr. Willke read an anonymous letter from a mother to her aborted child. I was deeply affected, not because I chose to abort my unborn child but because my little girl was nearly aborted because of a doctor’s misdiagnosis. Here’s my story:
“Two days after Christmas, I had gone to my doctor’s office for an ultrasound to date my pregnancy. I was excited and anxious about this third child and, from the moment I knew of her existence, she was loved and wanted. The ultrasound didn’t look like much to me—blobs of black and white—but the ultrasound technician told me that the sac did not appear to contain a fetal pole and she couldn’t find a heartbeat.
“Still, I felt fine about the pregnancy; everything seemed normal to me, but later that day the midwife called to give me a diagnosis. She said that this was a “blighted ovum”, an empty sac where no baby had developed. The doctor, then, suggested a suction D&C (scraping out my womb) the next day.
“I met with the doctor that night and he assured me that he could tell, with 100% certainty, that this was not a baby… there was no life here. My health, or even my life, might be in danger if I did not have this procedure. He insisted; I consented and went to the hospital the next morning.
“As I lay on the operating table, my heart heavy with grief and mourning for this lost child, I could feel myself drifting into unconsciousness. I prayed to God, “If this child is alive, please protect it.” I had no reason to doubt the doctor; he was so certain. I can now know with a surety that the Holy Spirit placed this prayer on my heart.
“Seven weeks after my suction D&C, in February, God gave me the greatest valentine. I had continued to feel symptoms of pregnancy for weeks after my D&C. I called my doctor’s office a number of times, but they had no explanation. I finally told them I thought I was pregnant again. I went in for a blood test and a subsequent ultrasound, and it showed a 14-week-old baby—and this was seven weeks after my D&C. My valentine from God was a healthy baby who survived the doctor’s knife and the suction tube.
“God demonstrated his love for me and for this child. I know now that God loves the unborn. I always have, but never has His love been more clear than in this miracle of life. My daughter will be born around August 15th. She has all her limbs and fingers and toes and seems very healthy and active. She is being carefully watched.
“I do not know how often a D&C is performed on a misdiagnosed miscarriage, but I’m certain that I was not the first. I know that my case is special because my daughter is alive. As you can imagine, this has been a tough experience, an emotional roller coaster, but I hope that my story gives you hope. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for this child…we will name her Hope.”
She signs it – “Christina”.
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