Its the point at which normal methods of birth control will not prevent the pregnancy. Normal meaning things other than killing the baby.
BTW, do you actually have some documentation to back all this up, or am I just suppose to take your word for it? Preferably something from an abortion neutral site?
From: WebMD http://www.webmd.com...th-control-pill
HC (the pill, the patch, and the vaginal ring) all contain a small amount of synthetic estrogen and progestin hormones. These hormones work to inhibit the body's natural cyclical hormones to prevent pregnancy. Pregnancy is prevented by a combination of factors. The HC usually stops the body from releasing an egg from the ovary. HC also changes the cervical mucus to make it difficult for the sperm to find an egg. HC can also prevent pregnancy by making the lining of the womb inhospitable for implantation.
Mini pills work by thickening the cervical mucus so the sperm cannot reach the egg. The hormone in the pills also changes the lining of the uterus, so that implantation of a fertilized egg is much less likely to occur. In some cases, mini pills stop ovulation (the release of an egg). A pill is taken every day.
So now, a fertilized egg isn't a "baby" but the moment it implants, it becomes one? Was that always your view or is it now that you know something you didn't before?
Edited by pittsburghbaby, 27 January 2009 - 10:27 PM.