No it didn't. Your posts proved you can't read for comprehension.<quoted text>
I wasn't apologizing. You have reading comprehension issues too, huh?
The discussion was about abortions. Hence my use of the medical definition of abortion. Also, LynneD's own source confirmed that even if the fetus is dead, the woman is still pregnant if it remains in her uterus.
Just because a woman doesn't know she miscarried, doesn't mean it didn't happen if the fetus IS dead.
You don't even understand what "Missed Miscarriage" is.
"When it comes to miscarrying, the majority of women experiencing one will have identifiable symptoms such as cramping, nausea, and bleeding, which is often heavy...
... With a missed miscarriage, the woman has no exterior symptoms of losing the pregnancy because the body fails to "notice" the loss of the baby....
... As a result, the fetal tissue is not immediately expelled by the uterus....
...Although there may be no typical signs of a miscarriage, for a woman suffering a missed miscarriage, she may stop feeling the symptoms of pregnancy, such as nausea, tender breasts, etc...
...With most any other miscarriage, the body will take care of expelling the fetal tissue on its own, but with a missed miscarriage, you may have to resort to medical intervention to ensure that you do not retain the fetal tissue, which can eventually result in infection. If the pregnancy is earlier than 8 weeks, your doctor may give you misoprostol to encourage the uterus to expel the tissue. After 8 weeks, your doctor may take a wait and see approach to allow the body to eventually react to the miscarriage naturally...."
Did they say wait for the body to react to the miscarriage? What miscarriage? The one that happened when the fetus died but there weren't any symptoms of losing the baby, even though the fetus wasn't expelled, and so the woman doesn't know her pregnancy ended? Why yes, that is what they're saying about a "missed miscarriage".
Miscarriages that have no symptoms are what a missed miscarriage is, and it says that doctors may take a wait and see approach to allow the body to react to the pregnancy having "miscarried".
Missed miscarriage is only about [the (woman's body) not recognizing the pregnancy ended], when the fetus died, and the body is not having the usual symptoms of miscarriage such as "cramping, nausea, and bleeding, which is often heavy".
Don't know how many different ways this can be worded for dummies, but I doubt the pro-choicers will understand it, no matter how it's written. Miscarriage means signs of pregnancy will decrease and ultimately stop because the pregnancy ended. The body does take time for the changes to occur, depending on the type of miscarriage that happened.
Fetus dies, pregnancy is over, whether fetus is still in utero or is expelled naturally.
This discussion is about D&C procedure for miscarriages, and that procedure not being an abortion procedure. Bitner likes to try to bring in "missed miscarriage" so that it can fit the PC lie that a D&C after miscarriage would be an abortion procedure, using the "still pregnant" bullshit. It's ridiculous.
Pro-choicers have tried and failed on every level to make any sense of the stupidity they've posted about it.