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Woman aborts her baby, gets angry at clinic for sending sympathy card with ultrasound pics

Nicky Windsor
Nicky Windsor. Photo credit Caters News Agency via The Daily Mail

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A mother of three, who decided she didn’t want a fourth child, is angry at the clinic that performed her abortion for not allowing her to grieve her loss.

Nicky Windsor, 29, of East Yorkshire, England complained to Conifer House clinic because it didn’t offer her the option of a burial or cremation for her aborted baby. The clinic sent her a sympathy card to make up for it.

When Windsor opened the card however, she was shocked to find ultrasound pictures of her child, the Daily Mail reported.

“I couldn’t believe my eyes. It’s absolutely disgraceful,” she told the Mail. “I’ve never known anything like it. What were they trying to do to me? Why on earth would I want scan pictures?

“Going through a procedure like that is traumatic enough so to have it all brought back to me in the way that they did was absolutely shocking.”

Initially thinking the card was a nice gesture, Windsor said  when she saw the ultrasound pictures, it “absolutely shattered” her.

“It felt as if I had to go through the loss all over again,” she said.

The loss? Of what? Don’t abortion supporters claim they are only aborting a “clump of cells?”

Ultrasound
Photo credit Caters News Agency via The Daily Mail

“I never got the chance to grieve properly and you can’t get that back,” she said, adding that she now often dreams of holding the baby.

Obviously, Windsor realizes she aborted a baby because people don’t bury, cremate or grieve a clump of cells, and she is now dealing with the pain and anguish of purposefully ending that life.

Nicky Windsor
Nicky Windsor. Photo credit Caters News Agency via The Daily Mail

Andrew Burnell, the chief executive of City Health Care Partnership, the group that runs the abortion clinic, apologized for any anguish they caused Windsor.

“We are looking at the patient’s claim very carefully and will fully investigate this incident through our normal procedures and processes,” he said. “We would like to assure the individual that any necessary actions highlighted by this investigation will be implemented.”

Carmine Sabia

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