Photo of Baby Who Survived Abortion Captures the Internet

Just before “Brianna’s” scheduled C-section, physician Brent Boles asked her if she’d allow a photo to be taken once the baby was born. He wouldn’t share any identifying information with the world, he said. Just the photo.

A photo to celebrate human life.

A photo to explain just why he provides the ever-growing Abortion Pill Reversal regimen to women looking to undo their chemical abortions.

Brianna happily agreed, and a little bit later, a gripping photo of a newborn baby, crying under the blaze of operating room lights, was captured.

Since posting the image to his personal Facebook page last week, Boles says it has garnered over 8,000 reactions and over 5,000 shares.

Along with the photo he posted, Boles wrote:

“Recently I did this delivery, and am sharing the picture with the patient’s permission. You see, when a woman takes the abortion pill, she often immediately regrets it. This patient did exactly that. The abortion providers will lie and tell people that there is no way to reverse it. That is not true. This patient found http://www.abortionpillreversal.com and I am on the panel of prolife providers who are willing to try to reverse the poison they were given. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, but as you can see—it is worth the effort.”

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Otherwise known as the “abortion pill” or RU-486, chemical abortions involve a two-pill regimen.

Mifepristone, the first pill—which Brianna took at a local Planned Parenthood—destabilizes a pregnancy by blocking progesterone receptors and reducing progesterone levels in the mother’s blood. The second pill, typically misoprostol, induces labor, forcing her body to expel the baby.

The Abortion Pill Reversal protocol, which saved Brianna’s child, works by reintroducing progesterone to the mother’s body up to 72 hours after the first pill is taken. The progesterone counteracts the mifepristone, restoring a woman’s natural ability to carry her baby.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Katie Franklin