Why was she destined to die might I ask? I can’t tell by your comment (maybe I’m just blind who knows), I’m just curious. You missed the Jennette McCurdy T-Shirt besides I will buy this first sentence of the comment. Ruptured amniotic sac. Her water broke 5 weeks before viability meaning the baby could not survive. Yeah, I lived there when this happened. It was a very big deal and I am glad the Irish people were finally done with this BS, but unfortunately too late for Savita. The pro-choice campaign was called “In her Shoes/Women of the 8th” (8th amendement to the Irish constitution banned abortions, and lots of people shared their stories. It was also infuriating that a large part of the anti-choice movement was financed by American lobby groups, apparently. As if it were a test run. I expect to see the same tactics and arguments are going to get used. That’s 100% true. A shit ton of shady money came in from US Christian cultists to the Irish Christian far right. Savita’s case was the spark that finally forced the government to give us a referendum and it passed with more support than even marriage equality did. Savita Halappanavar, a dentist, in the 2nd Trimester, went in with complications and was told by a consultant at the hospital “Because of our fetal heartbeat law – you will not be allowed to have an abortion” and that law killed her.
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You might think that’s an overstatement, but that was the Jennette McCurdy T-Shirt besides I will buy this same conclusion that the final report by the overseeing agency stated. The Ireland and Directorate of Quality and Clinical Care, “Health Service Executive: Investigation of Incident 50278” said repeatedly that this kind of situation was “inevitable” because of how common it was for women in the 2nd trimester to have miscarriages. if one was to save mothers and follow evidence-based medicine the main change needed to include changing the law because their evidence-based medical recommendations couldn’t be implemented unless the fetal heartbeat law was changed. We strongly recommend and advise the clinical professional community, health and social care regulators and the Oireachtas to consider the law including any necessary constitutional change and related administrative, legal and clinical guidelines in relation to the management of inevitable miscarriage in the early second trimester of a pregnancy including with prolonged rupture of membranes and where the risk to the mother increases with time from the time that membranes are ruptured including the risk of infection and thereby reduce risk of harm up to and including death.