Hudah is a young woman from a Muslim family who recently found out she is pregnant. Feeling overwhelmed and unsupported, she went to a local abortionist and took the first of two pills to induce an abortion. By the next day however, she regretted her decision, decided to not take the second pill, and desperately looked for a way to stop it. That’s when she found CompassCare and discovered that reversing a chemical abortion is possible.
She came into the office, tearfully shared her story with her nurse, and agreed to an ultrasound. Her baby was alive and about 10 weeks old. Hudah was so happy and relieved that her baby had survived. She agreed to start the pregnancy-sustaining progesterone therapy right away.
Her nurse went on to share the gospel with her, inviting her into a relationship with Jesus. Hudah took several seconds to think about it and then nodding her head, replied, “Yes, I would like to do that.” Together, they bowed their heads and prayed.
Before leaving, Hudah agreed to be contacted by a MotherCare mentor, a mature Christian woman from a local church, willing to walk with her through the coming weeks, months, and even years.
Disclaimer: Names and details have been changed to protect patient confidentiality.
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