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Date Posted: 07:34:00 03/25/05 Fri
Author: Chuck in ND
Subject: If you're talking about a PSV
In reply to: Jean 's message, "just a few questions" on 19:56:35 03/24/05 Thu

before birth, I would say, let the baby be born and see how accurate the diagnosis is. I've heard of countless pre-natal diagnoses being wrong.

Abortion is never about what's good for the baby.

You say: All she needs to live is her feeding tube.
Do you know what it's like to have a feeding tube inserted? I had a nose tube for drainage after jaw surgery and I can tell you it was one of the most horrible experiences I've ever had. She has to have it inserted everytime she's fed or else have it left in for days at a time. It is a horrible procedure. It's not like spoon feeding her--if she could swallow on her own instead of having a tube shoved down her throat every day, I would be in favor of keeping her alive. But the pain, discomfort and frequent injury that occurs from having that tube repeatedly inserted seems like such a violation of the body.

You say: IMHO if Heavenly Father wants her home...her heart would just stop,...
But her heart DID stop--she was dead at the scene. Paramedics revived her, drs kept her alive artificially and resussitated her countless times in the firs weeks after her accident. How can we know that those decisions to revive her weren't contrary to the Lord's will and Terri continues to suffer because so many defied the Lord's will 15 yrs ago.

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