New Study Show Unborn Babies Feel Pain

09.13.11 | Sarah Harnisch

 There is another study reveals that unborn babies feel pain. The data comes in a report from London's University College. They found unborn children can feel pain in the womb as early as 28 weeks. They have the capacity to differential pain from touch in the womb before the start of the 7th month.  Several states in the U.S. have passed or are working on fetal pain bills, restricting abortion to that period in pregnancy before it is thought the unborn children feel pain. Pro-life advocates argue fetal pain begins as early as 8 weeks.