Deb Butler, NC State Senate Candidate Waves ‘Transvaginal Wand’

NC Senate Candidate Waves ‘Transvaginal Wand’ in Campaign Ad |

Click above to see a video of NC State Senate Candidate Deb Butler Whining about her opponent Thom Goolsby.

Take a look at Deb Butler’s Endorsements from Planned Parenthood, NARAL, NOW, and Lillians List.

Deb thinks the ultrasound is invasive but TAX PAYER FUNDED ABORTIONS are not.
Deb thinks that informing women before aborting their baby is invasive, but laminaria and suction cannulas are not.
Perhaps Deb also thinks that the TSA grope method, for which Planned Parenthood Charges Medicaid and the tax payers, is vital for cancer screening, but mammograms are extra. Her own party’s administration has cut the mammogram recommendation to every other year.

Pharmer thinks it’s stupid to do an abortion without knowing if the pregnancy is ectopic or not. Men wouldn’t tolerate such unguided surgical intervention as Deb Butler approves as the standard for women.

Pharmer thinks Deb Butler is every bit the fraud that Planned Parenthood is. Her ad is below.

Consequences of Methotrexate Use for Pregnancies Misdiagnosed as Ectopic

A group of medical researchers in the U.S. and Canada have collected data on the catastrophic consequences of using methotrexate for pregnancies misdiagnosed as ectopic.

The reasearchers concluded, based on the always dire outcomes,
and frequent misdiagnosis, up to (40-50% in the ER), of ectopic pregnancy, that a non-judgmental system to allow further collection data on errors in the use of methotrexate needs to be collected.   Fear of reprisal severely inhibits the reporting of these cases.

Ectopic pregnancy, occurring when the embryo develops outside the uterus, is  often treated by salpingectomy (removal of  the embryo and fallopian tube), salpingotomy (less drastic), or the use of methotrexate to cause demise of the embryo, and resorption.  Use of this drug has increased drastically in the last 10 years as a means to preserve fertility for the mother.  Controversy surrounds the treatment for those who view it as a direct and specific  attack on the developing human, or for  those who cite the probability of  incorrect use.   Diagnostic emphasis in recent years  seems more geared towards avoiding missed cases of ectopic pregnancy, rather than being most certain  that the pregnancy is actually located outside of  the uterus.

The authors argued that ectopic pregnancy should be substantiated by a confirmatory ultrasound, and methotrexate used only after careful consideration.   They cited  the alway disastrous results of misapplied methotrexate treatment, including deaths of otherwise healthy unborn babies, or babies born with severe skeletal and cardiac defects.

Does this mean that stat orders for methotrexate from emergency departments, and orders of this drug for “possible ectopic pregnancy” should cease altogether?

Ectopic to the MAX

Phoenix woman gives birth to baby she carried in abdomen.

Nicolette Soto was able to carry an ectopic pregnancy and deliver a live baby  at 32 weeks.  The delivery of Azelan Cruz Perfecto , weighing in at 2 lb, 14 oz,  occurred at Banner Good Samaritan hospital in Phoenix, AZ.

This kind of success is unexpected, and most women will have the embryo  (with surrounding structures)  removed, or  have the embryo killed using methotrexate.  Under most circumstances of ectopic pregnancy,  a rupture will occur which could result in the death of the mother.

The article does not describe well the location of the fetus in this case.  Here’s the quote:

“Doctors said the pregnancy is rare.  They were still determining where the egg first implanted itself and where it grew outside the uterus, Holloway said.

Surgeons believe Soto had a corneal (sic) pregnancy, where the egg grew just outside the uterus. The area is surrounded by walls that are not supposed to stretch enough to accommodate a baby, said Rodney Edwards, one of Soto’s surgeons at Good Samaritan.”

If you want to learn more about the supposed  location of this fetus within the mom, google CORNUAL pregnancy. 

Perhaps technology will one day permit  routinely moving ectopic embryos to a safer location in the uterus,  allowing them to continue to develop.