Is Abortion Wrong

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Abortion is not wrong, it gives women the right to live how they planned, or save their life maybe. Abortion also requires a surgery, and before that you have to have a consult, and you have to have someone with you to make sure you know what you're doing. However under many circumstances abortion is a great choice to turn to. Many people disagree, but many also agree. People think they can go around telling woman whether or not they can have an abortion. It isn't up to the government to tell a woman to give birth or not. If ninety nine out of one hundred people are opposed to abort but the other one has the own right to control her own reproductive capacity. (Essay MBA). “A woman has a right to an abortion. That's a decision up to the pregnant …show more content…
Wade’s favor, that woman as a constitutional right can terminate a pregnancy during its first or second trimester. Only during the last trimester when the fetus can live outside of the womb, would states be permitted to regulate abortion of a healthy pregnancy. Before abortion was legalized, no state in the whole US allowed it. when the US Supreme Court had its ruling, it was a 7-2 decision, which legalized it all over the US. If you are under the age of 16, you may have an abortion without telling your parents, as long as two doctors believe it's in the best interest and you fully understand what is involved. However, the doctors will encourage you to involve. However, the doctors will encourage you to involve your parents or another adult in your decision making process. ( Think Progress) Also, before abortion was legalized, 1.2 million abortions took place before 1973. Annually 5,000 women died because of illegal abortions. After abortion was legalized, illegal abortions dropped down to 750,000 after the first year. And deaths dropped around 1580. (Georgia Right To …show more content…
In a total of 100,000 people, the abortion death rate of 0.6%. While the death rate for giving birth is 8.8% in each 100,000 people. Which is 14 times higher than having an abortion. Abortion is one of the safest medical procedures in the US. According to the American Medical Association, in 2013 a peer review stated that people who denied abortions feel more anger and regret than women who do receive abortions. The same study also showed that 95% of women who have an abortion feel that it was “the right decision” sometimes woman may be denied an abortion because they have a “limit”. When that happens the mother has a 76% of ending up unemployed, to be on public welfare and under poverty line, and become victims of domestic violence. Unlike the other 44% of women who have had an abortion. Also according to Dr. Stevens D. Levitt, 18 years after abortion was legalized crime rates began to drop abruptly Crime is reduced when accessed to a legal abortion

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