Bullied into Aborting my Down’s Syndrome Baby – ITV’s THIS MORNING

Marie Ideson appears in ITV’s THIS MORNING today discussing the pressures she faced while pregnant with a Down’s Syndrome baby…

ITV This Morning

Marie initially came to us after feeling she had been bullied into aborting her Down’s Syndrome baby. She was desperate to get her story out in the open to enlighten others who may have found themselves in the same situation.

We placed marie’s story in THE DAILY MAIL and today she has appeared on ITV’s THIS MORNING.

Marie says, “Alison gained me the sort of publicity I never imagined would be possible. I can’t thank her enough for getting my story out there.”

Click to read more about Marie’s emotional story.

Have you been pressured into having an abortion? If you have, get in touch via our contact form.

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One Comment on “Bullied into Aborting my Down’s Syndrome Baby – ITV’s THIS MORNING”

  1. audrey lynn lee says:

    i was so touched by this womans story. I had a similar experience 24 years ago. I was told during my pregnancy,i had contracted german measles,an i was told during a consoltation with a doctor and my mother present,that the decision had to be made to terminate my pregnancy. I was 16 years of age and 5and a half months pregnant.this decision was taken out of my hands, i had no control what so ever.my mum even told the doctors that she would give up her work to help me care for my disabled baby,but it fell on deaf ears,no one listened. I had the termination on the 30th december 19b7 an it changed my life, because i found out that i didnt infact have german measles itself,i was only a carrier and my baby boy,who would now be 24 yrs of age, had nothing wrong with him! I have never got over this,and i never will. Its so wrong for doctors to think they can play god with other peoples lifes!

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