Abortion Should Be Illegal In The United States

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Since 1973, 57 million babies have been aborted in the United States. Most women who do not want a baby usually have abortions. Abortion is a process for terminating a pregnancy. Depending on the baby 's size, abortions can be done by taking methotrexate medications, or surgically. Everyone has the right to live. No individual has the right to make this decision for someone else. This one decision affects a woman for the rest of her life. Once it is done there is no more going back. An abortion is not an easy decision to make. For some women abortions have ruined their lives both physically and mentally. Most mothers face many complications after abortions. It is not a safe process. Abortion should be illegal in the United States.
Many women who obtain induced abortions are more likely to develop diseases. “Germs may enter the uterus by the instruments used by doctors, causing pelvic inflammatory infection”(Prokerala). Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection that affects a woman 's reproductive organs. Treatment is available, however, the treatment will not fix any damages done to internal organs by this infection. If the infection is left untreated,
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Making abortions illegal will help many women avoid abortion related diseases. Abortion does not just affect the current pregnancy, but also pregnancies in the future. Making it difficult for a woman to get pregnant again. A terminated pregnancy may lead to the development of mental health issues and suicidal thoughts. Lack of money and support should not be a reason for an abortion. There are many organizations that help single mothers. There are foster parents who are willing to welcome one’s baby as theirs. Everyone has the right to live. Taking an innocent’s life is a crime and a crime like this should definitely be illegal. The process is much more complex than it sounds. Giving birth is much more safer process than having a

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