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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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    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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    Abortion Pill

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    Thinking about an abortion? You have many things to consider when having an abortion. You should seek medical attention when think of getting an abortion so they can inform you of your options. Depending how far along you are you can have a in clinic procedure or you can ask to have the pill. Some laws may require medical consent from a parent if you are not 18 years of age or older. The Abortion pill & how it works. "Abortion pill" is a popular name for using two different medicines to end a…

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    The four different options are Suction Curettage, Mifepristone, Dilation & Evacuation, and Prostaglandins. Two of those, Mifepristone and prostaglandins are drugs. Mifepristone is used for ending a pregnancy within the first 7 weeks. Mifepristone is a steroid given to block progesterone, which is a hormone required for a pregnancy to continue. One must go to the doctor to receive this. It is not available at pharmacies. It takes three separate trips to the doctor to complete this abortion. On…

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    not. Induced abortion is a deliberate action done to prevent a child from being born. There are many ways this procedure can be done. There are many different types of abortion procedures that can be done. Before deciding whether or not to have an abortion, and which procedure to choose, women should get a sonogram. A sonogram gives the information of the viability of the child. During the first trimester, women who want an abortion have the most options. The first trimester is the only time…

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    Abortion or the “partial-birth abortion” is the removal of the fetus, usually between the twentieth and twenty-seventh week of gestation. Elective Termination is performed at the request of the pregnant woman for reason unrelated to health or safety. Abortions can be performed either surgically or with abortion pills. Medical abortion or the abortion pill causes the protraction of the uterus and the expulsion of the uterine content (Wellisch, 2015). The FDA approved pill for abortion is…

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    America alone. That’s three thousand babies killed a day in the US, and fifty four million since 1973. That 's a modern day 9/11 happening every single day in America. That’s not just fifty four million individuals, that’s fifty four million generations. Each child was terminated by one of two methods; the pill, or a surgical abortion. Both a gruesome and painful. It’s mainly a decision of how old the fetus is. Either way, surgical or medical, it’s an excruciating process. Legally, a woman may…

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    Abortion is ending a pregnancy before the fetus is independently able to live outside of its mother. This can happen for various reasons depending on the individual at hand. The choice to have an abortion is solely up to the individual. An abortion takes place in the first trimester of pregnancy or the before the 12th week. There are different types of abortions and they depend on how far along the women is in pregnancy. A medical abortion occurs within the first 49 days of pregnancy and can be…

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    Abortion Vs Abortion Pill

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    There are two methods of abortion commonly used in America; the abortion pill and an in-clinic abortion. The abortion pill is actually two different medications, mifepristone and misoprostol. This method can be used up to 70 days after the first day of a woman’s last menstrual cycle. It is a very effective method, but a follow up appointment is made to ensure that it was successful, and if it was not then more medicine is given or they do a surgical abortion. There are three steps to using the…

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    One can have a surgical abortion or a medical abortion. The type of procedure one can have depends on how many weeks along the mother is. Some medical conditions also may limit some procedures. Medical abortions, popularly known as ‘the pill’, are medically known by Mifepristone, which is a medication that works by blocking hormone progesterone. Thus, causing the lining of the uterus to break down and the pregnancy cannot continue. This is followed by another pill called misoprostol, which…

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