Thanks to Virginia Carter for this New York Times article.
Gina Judilla already had three children the first time she tried to terminate a pregnancy. “I jumped down the stairs, hoping that would cause a miscarriage,” she said. The fetus survived and is now an 8-year-old boy.
Three years later, pregnant again, she drank an herbal concoction that was supposed to induce abortion. That, too, failed.
Three years ago, in another unsuccessful attempt to end a pregnancy, she took Cytotec, a drug to treat gastric ulcers that is widely known in the Philippines as an “abortion pill.”
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