I've always known I would have an abortion if I ever got pregnant. I got pregnant sometime in early 2012. I don't remember the abortion date or my "due date" because it was never important to me. I called the clinic to schedule my abortion appointment the moment it opened after I found out that I was pregnant. I realized I was pregnant 2 weeks post conception. My abortion was two weeks later. The wait was agonizing because I hated being pregnant. My symptoms started within a couple of days of conception and were TERRIBLE. My uterus is tilted, so I could feel the pain of it stretching, plus the pain of the implantation. I never felt emotions toward the embryo. I never questioned my choice. There is no way I am ever reproducing. When the day came, I finally felt relieved. Abortion was the only positive part of my pregnancy. I only felt happy, positive feelings about my abortion. I never felt regret, guilt, or remorse. Why should I? I would do it again if I could do it over. If I ever got pregnant again, I know I will have an abortion.
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