Persuasive Essay On Abortion

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The dictionary defines abortion as “the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, most often performed during the first twenty-eight weeks of pregnancy.” The consideration of having an abortion may be one of the most difficult choices that anyone must make, especially for the female. Many people have their own beliefs, point of view, and opinion, when it comes to abortion. There are those who oppose abortion, support abortion, and those who are neutral on this controversial topic. Many of those who contemplate on whether they should have an abortion or not, typically make the decision for one of these many reasons: Failure of the contraceptive pill or protection, financial reasons, a child out of wedlock, and rape. Going through with the …show more content…
To proceed with any of these procedures largely depends upon the stage of pregnancy and the size of the fetus. Medical abortion is a non-surgical procedure and is done by providing the pregnant female with two pills: Mifepristone, and Misoprostol pill. These two pills are predominantly recommended for women who are eight weeks pregnant or less, and they are only effective when taken together otherwise it will not be effective. The Misoprostol pills is the most effective pill because it causes contractions, resulting in a miscarriage.
Those who are sexually active should always take precaution before committing their sexual acts. Also, sexually active partners should be held accountable for whatever that is to come to an extent. Many of those who are sexually active do in fact take steps to prevent pregnancy, and although they do take those steps by protecting themselves, the effective results of those protections are never promised. The usage of protection sometimes does fail, which results in an unwanted pregnancy. Unwanted pregnancy is the primary reason for way many women tend to get an
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Having a baby out of wedlock may cause difficulties within the family, with oneself, and with the significant other. A child out of wedlock is viewed negatively due to religion and the families culture and beliefs. Although many religions and cultures do not believe the acts of abortion, they tend to go ahead and get abortion because they do not want to be judged, and they believe that it would be better for them to secretly have the abortion than for them to be shunned and disowned by their families and friends for having a baby out of

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