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    Contrary to popular belief, abortion is not safe as what is said. Medical physicians and religious figures around the world work in constant effort to try to educate those who seek abortion, and guide them into the direction of their best interest. Abortion is a potentially dangerous procedure to women across the globe, produces harmful side effects, physiological tolls, as well as betraying the religious views of many. According to Students for Life of America, “nearly 1 in 4 (22%) of pregnancies end in abortion” and while “ 1.1 million U.S. abortions each year”. Most women partaking in abortions are not aware of the risks they are taking. Though the risks are few and rare, it is not impossible for them to arise. Women undergoing the procedure are not aware of how their body may react in the aftermath of. Not knowing is a risk of its own. Reproductive organs can be damaged, such as the cervix. Other side effects include: scarring of the uterine lining, chronic abdominal pain, and even infections if not carefully treated. Failure to remove the fetus in its entirety can result in infections in the patient. In the 1900s, the lack of proper training for the procedure lead to multiple deaths that were followed year after year from legal to illegal abortions. The mortality rate dropped due to some improvements, but nevertheless death still occurred throughout. Psychological woes can cause women choosing abortion to be put on a slippery slope to turmoil. The experience can…

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    Many clinics offer abortions to a range of crowds, those include unplanned pregnancies from having unsafe sex to the mother having a terminal illness and not wanting to pass it on to her child. In the United States abortion should only be legal in cases of rape, terminal illness in the mother or baby, and birth defects. According to US National Library of Medicine, in victims aged 12 to 45, the national rape-related pregnancy rate is 5%, of those pregnancies 50% had an abortion. Of all…

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    In this present society, unplanned pregnancies has become a big controversy.Many women turn to abortion to solve their trouble, placing their health at risk and annihilating the baby's potential to cultivate and perhaps,generating an adjustment in this planet.Furthermore, here are my thoughts on abortion medication(RU-486) and abortion itself.lets begin with the reasons why I am against abortion medication(RU-486).Many young women begin utilizing abortion medications like RU-486,recognized as…

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    Planned Parenthood: Our Right of Birth “We are a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world.” This is how the always helpful Planned Parenthood organization defines itself under the Who We Are section of its official website. This government funded business is relied on by many young people and adults who wish to improve their reproductive health. By definition, Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit…

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    Imagine you are sixteen and in high school at a party on a Friday night. There is alcohol and you decide to try some, you think it’s just all fun and games until some random guy starts getting a little too touchy. You are intoxicated and no one is around. You wake up at your friends house receiving the horrible news that you have been raped. A month later you learn you are pregnant with a baby that was not your choice. Do you think abortion should be legal? “Abortion is when a pregnancy is…

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    The Importance of Planned Parenthood and Funding Sometime in your life, you have probably heard of Planned Parenthood, but how much do you really know about it? The public needs to be more aware of what kind of services Planned Parenthood offers. Planned Parenthood is a, “private, non-profit provider of medical services related to family planning, men and women’s sexual health, and abortions” (Ramelb 510). Its services focus on preventative health care. Many people oppose funding for Planned…

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    The perspective of the word “freedom” remains to be the biggest controversy in America. Citizens tend to argue their rights, as citizens of the Unites States. Some of the biggest controversies include our freedom of speech, religion, and our right to bear arms. These all have one detail in common; they are supposedly protected by our Constitution. However, one controversy still stands without the help of our amendments. This is the removal of a fetus. Socially and economically, abortion is being…

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    Burwell v, Hobby Lobby is a court case that resulted from an issue which addresses the necessity of closely held corporations supplying birth control to its employees. The argument of this case is regarding the mandatory requirement to supply coverage for birth control. Hobby Lobby feels the mandate will also cover birth control options that also includes the abortion pill. Hobby Lobby opposed to this idea and due to their religious beliefs. they believe that they should not be required to…

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    ABORTION Abortion and son of the causes of it like rape, malformation, health conditions and psychological. Abortion should be punishing for the religion and or the society. Now in days the society has two faces in front of the public they condemn a mother for her decision and what she feel is right for her body and life. Abortion for raping is one of the most difficult topics because what people think that the mother should do most of you will say to keep the baby but what happened went…

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    Abortion is a sensitive topic for many to discuss and one of the most controversial issues in the United States. Abortions became legal in the United States in 1973 after the Supreme Court judged in favor of Roe vs. Wade (McDonagh). There are many opinions on whether abortions should be legal. This research project will focus on the affects an abortion can have on a woman. There are still many questions concerning if abortions can cause psychological and physical damage. Abortion is the…

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