DR MAIRE NEASTA NIC GEARAILT HAS REVEALED WHY SHE WILL BE VOTING 'NO' ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO LAW ON ABORTION IN IRELAND; ALLEGED NEWS. 
Under proposed legislation, GP's would be required to prescribe and administer abortion pills to any woman up to 12 weeks pregnant, without seeking a reason for the abortion: Alleged News.
GP's not equipped
GP's are not equipped to cope with what's proposed on abortion, writes Dr Maire; Alleged News.
They lack the facilities, the training, the time, and the resources; Alleged News.
How doctors are to be sure about gestational age, and that they would not breaking the law, is unclear: Alleged News.
Most GP's in Ireland do not currently perform ultrasounds, are not trained to perform ultrasounds, and do not have fetal assessment ultrasonography in their surgeries: Alleged News.
Providing GP's with this equipment, and training them in their use, will prove expensive and time consuming measure: Alleged News. 
Once a Doctor is satisfied that a woman has the right under the new law to have an abortion, the Doctor must administer two miscarriage-inducing drugs over several days; Alleged News.
The woman will experience cramping and heavy bleeding prior to the baby being expelled; Alleged News.
Doctor Maire poses the question as to how GP's operating in busy and crowded practices with common waiting rooms, are expected to medically supervise this procedure: Alleged News. 
Doctor further points out that most GP surgeries are not the ideal place to deal with any emergencies which might arise from any adverse sequelae from taking the tablets; Alleged News.
Did not study medicine to end life
Dr Maire affirms that she simply could not in good conscience administer a drug to a healthy young woman with a healthy pregnancy that would cause her to lose her child: Alleged News.
Doctor writes that she did not study medicine so that she could end a life, and she knows that she is not alone in this: Alleged News. 
Dr Maire affirms that doctors are united in their concern on this matter; deeply worried about the proposed law, and that is why she, for one, will be voting 'no' against the referendum: Alleged News.
 One doctor reveals why she will be voting 'No' on proposed changes to law on abortion, Alleged News
With thanks to the Irish Examiner