Texas Clinic Breaks Records Performing 67 Abortions performed in 17 hours to meet time limit: Report

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A clinic with a specialty in abortion based in Texas reportedly zoomed to meet up with the time limit on the state's new restrictions, carrying out 67 abortions with one doctor 24 within 17 hours.

Texas' law commenced on the following day, Sept. 1. With immediate effect, it imposed a six-week limit on abortions.
By the virtue of the report from "The 19th," Whole Woman's Health Ft. Worth comprises of only eight persons in total: the techs, the doctor, the front office staff, and three staff members from a nearby clinic brought in to assist." As the report posited, the clinic had to perform eight abortions in an hour and only one doctor was on duty, an octogenarian who worked from 7 a.m.

The outlet reported that it felt impossible. However, the former director of Planned Parenthood, Abby Johnson said that though the numbers in question were dangerous, they were not extraordinary. Johnson had resigned from her job and joined the pro-life cause subsequently. She said to the Fox news media house, that her former Texas clinic aimed at performing abortions within 5-7 minutes. She also said that her clinic would check on 50 abortions in eight hours.

An email request for a comment sent to Planned Parenthood has not been responded to.

On the website of the abortion provider, there is a piece of information provided that affirms that most of the in-clinic abortions only take about 5-10 minutes.

Johnson in a statement on Monday said that there was no way the proper attention and care were given to women at the Whole Women's Health on that day. She spilled the fact that performing those many abortions in 17 hours meant that 15 minutes was for each woman and that was without a bathroom or food breaks for the octogenarian who was carrying on the procedure. She talked of the myriad of health rules and ethics the clinic violated which included, employment of untrained staffs, improper sterilization of abortion instruments, the rips and tears on exam tables, commenting on the recovery room, which she said was an awful place. She put out the site women who hurt that day or any day by abortion could reach - HurtAfterAbortion.com.

Johnson's organization handles the site CheckMyClinic.org. It makes a collection of public records on abortion done throughout the country. From the current analysis, she said that Whole Women's Health in Ft. Worth has recorded some abortion issues. The complications patients from Whole Women's Health have after the procedures remain unclear.
On its website, the organization posited it provides holistic and comprehensive health services for women. The website of the group posits that they manage health clinics, provide comprehensive gynecology services which include abortion.

As reports may have it, Ft. Worth clinic director Marva Sadler said that they were not the bad guys there. He also said that they were doing everything right and that they were going to help everyone they could; however, if there was someone they could not help, it wasn't their fault.

Dr. Ronna Jurow, who is the former director of family planning in the University of Southern California, has been reportedly anxious that new Texas' law could lead to making complications seem more common. Addressing Fox News, he said that stories of such nature were going to multiply. He said that the next to be seen soon would be complications by inexperienced abortion providers. He also said that the complications with hemorrhaging could cause the loss of the uterus or the complete losing of their lives. Again, he questioned the pro-life movement if that was the result they wanted.

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