Woman dies after husband forced her to have 4 abortions in a year because he wanted a son.



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The woman’s family member (middle) explained how she had died to onlookers outside her ex-husband’s home in eastern China. The woman had been forced to go through four abortions.

A Chinese woman has reportedly passed on, after she was forced to go through series of abortions, totaling 4, in a year, all because her husband wanted a son.

The woman, who had one daughter, was told by her husband to terminate her pregnancies whenever the medical scan showed she was carrying a girl, according to Chinese media.

Her husband was said to have proposed a divorce earlier this year after the woman had been left bedridden by the traumatic medical operations.

According to a report on Huanqiu.com, an affiliation to People’s Daily Online, the mother, named Yueyue, gave birth to a baby girl in Shengangzhen of Wuhu, Anhui Province.

However, her husband, whose name has not been revealed, wished for a boy.

The woman’s mother suffered a stroke and had to be pushed to her ex-son-in-law’s house.

So the couple started trying for another baby.

When Yueyue fell pregnant, her husband requested her to undergo an ultra-sound scan to identify the gender of the unborn baby.

And when the scan showed Yueyue was carrying a girl, Yueyue’s husband forced her to have an abortion.

The process repeated four times in one year as Yueyue’s husband was determined to have a son.

Yueyue’s health deteriorated and she was left bedridden.

Shockingly, instead of taking care of his wife, the husband sent Yueyue a divorce proposal.

The report said Yueyue had no choice but to agree to the divorce.

Yueyue took her 170,000 yuan (£19,208) divorce settlement to a hospital in Shanghai to seek medical attention.

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