Consequences Of Abortion

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Ever heard of, “Suffer the consequences”? I think that we all certainly have. From the time that were little kids till the time where we reach old age and become more and more dependent on other people. For women this always lingers in their head when they are to make the decision about pregnancy. More like the option of whether to get an abortion. Personally I am biased about the topic, so just for this time I will choose a side. Abortions are done for hundreds of reasons. Some of them being: rape, mental abnormalities, and the fear that the child might suffer. Although no one has the right to end a defenseless child’s life or any life for that matter, if the baby won’t be warmed welcomed then its best to not have it. As a wise man once said, “You can see into the future, and it’s pretty scary”.
Abortion may be the last resort for many woman. Normally abortions cause great pain to the mother, father, and/ or family members of both. It is definitely one of the hardest
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Today technology basically shapes and revolves around everything that we do. As oppose to later times, we now have ultrasounds and other technology that help us know the sex of the baby and the how healthy it is. We have tests that can be performed on the fetus while it is still in the mother’s womb, to help determine if the fetus will have any mental abnormalities. Mothers now face again the decision that can change their lives. The reason why a mother might want to have an abortion if the fetus will come out mentally disabled would be because some women do not want their child to suffer. They don’t want them to go through life being rejected by many people in society which just don’t understand what it’s like to be in that state. Other women do it because they are ashamed and this is wrong. I’m not saying that it’s okay to have an abortion but if you do make sure you know what you’re doing and that you’re doing it for the right

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