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A pregnant American woman who suffered an incomplete miscarriage during her vacation in Malta flew to Spain on Thursday for steps to prevent the infection, as Maltese law prohibits abortion under any circumstances. Will be done, said the female partner.
Jay Wheeldrayer called the Associated Press from an island hospital and said his partner Andrea Prudente was at risk of a life-threatening infection if fetal tissue was not removed immediately.
According to Weeldreyer (45), Prudente (38) experienced massive bleeding on June 12, with premature rupture of the amniotic sac and separation of the placenta. Surgery to complete the miscarriage, he said.
Malta is the only European Union member state that has banned abortion for some reason. When Prudente was contacted by AP’s Mater Dei Hospital, who is being treated, she said she was not allowed to provide patient information due to privacy restrictions.
“The miscarriage is 80% complete. Her water is broken and the placenta is separated, but because of the (fetal) heartbeat, the fetus cannot be removed,” he said. In another comment to other media outlets, the couple explained that the placenta was partially separated.
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Mater Dei Hospital, a Maltese public facility, refused to talk about women’s medical conditions because of privacy restrictions.
A couple from Issaquah, Washington, a town near Seattle, arrived in Malta on June 5th for their long-awaited vacation. Prudente began to bleed and she was hospitalized a week later, her partner said. He showed that she was 16 weeks pregnant when the bleeding began.
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Along with worrying about the risk of infection, the fear of the two could resume bleeding during a medical evacuation flight that Prdente arranged to take them to Spain on Thursday night, where she went to the hospital. I will be hospitalized.
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Under Maltese law, Mater Dei Hospital “did a good job within what they were allowed to do,” Weeldreyer said. The woman is on antibiotics and is closely monitored for signs of infection, he said.