Now, she's faced with carrying an unviable pregnancy to its end due to Texas' highly restrictive abortion ban.
Kylie Beaton is being forced to carry a pregnancy to term despite the fetus having a rare, fatal condition.
When he was finally released six months later, the couple started trying to have a baby right away, Beaton said.
Five Texas women who were denied abortions despite serious complications have sued the state of Texas, asking a judge to clarify exceptions to the new laws.
The abortion clinic, less than a mile from Texas, where abortion is now illegal, provides medical abortions for women who are flying and driving hundreds of miles across Texas.
Texas' anti-abortion law makes it a second-degree felony for any attempt by a medical professional to perform, induce or attempt an abortion, and a first-degree felony if the abortion is carried out.
Before this pregnancy, Beaton said she never would have considered getting an abortion. »