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    Miscarriages Of Abortion

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    The loss of a child is not comprehensible; however, many families experience child loss due to spontaneous abortions. Kjaesgaard et al. (2013) defined spontaneous abortion as a miscarriage occurring within the first 22 weeks of gestation, the time between a mother’s last menstrual cycle and birth. They also asserted that spontaneous abortions occur in approximately one out of four women (p. 1). Miscarriages are considered recurrent when women experienced more than three spontaneous abortions. Mothers usually experienced extraordinary pain and depression following a spontaneous abortion. Although spontaneous abortions have occurred for many years, doctors and researchers question the primary cause of miscarriages. Bashour and Salam (2001) asserted that psychological stress was the primary cause of spontaneous abortion…

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    Miscarriage Essay

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    According to the medical clinic, “a miscarriage is a spontaneous loss of pregnancy before the twentieth week”. Almost ten to twenty percent of pregnancies result in a miscarriage. Anxiety and depression are common side effects of miscarriage, and especially if the woman has lost more than one child to a miscarriage. Many miscarriages have led to post-partum depression in women. While multiple miscarriages can cause post-partum depression, there is no increased risk for women who have a history…

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    One study investigated the impact of recurrent miscarriage, specifically in regards to the psychological burden, erectile function, and sexual satisfaction of the male partner (Zhang et al., 2016). The study found that having a partner that experienced recurrent miscarriages was significantly correlated with erectile dysfunction, anxiety and depression, as well as lower reported sexual satisfaction (Zhang et al., 2016). Further investigating the partner impact, researchers studied the impact…

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    individual not being committed of a crime they did commit. There are a number of reasons which have led to miscarriages of justice including police corruption, unreliable forensic evidence, mis-identification of the accused and unreliable witness statements. An example of a grave miscarriage of justice is the case of R v Stefan Ivan Kiszko [1978] 68 CrAppR 62. Kiszko was jailed for 16 years for murder and sexual assault. A crime he did not commit and as evidence later demonstrated a crime he was…

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    abortion or not. But it all comes down to the same question, do you take the baby’s life to better your own? Types of Abortion Before getting any abortion the woman should get the opportunity to talk about her situation. It is always important to be able to talk about what she is thinking of doing and why. It is very important that you have an ultrasound in order to confirm how many weeks you are into the pregnancy. You should also get a screening done to examine the woman. (Abortion- how it…

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    The Miscarriage Of Justice

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    Introduction A miscarriage of justice can have devastating consequences for a person. People who committed crimes must need to be arrested, but some people are not involve in the crimes and those people are so-called innocence. For the people who are charged as criminals, they will suffer from a punishment which is imprisonment or the imposition of fine. If the crimes are defined as serious, the punishments may execute both to the criminals. According to these situations, it is difficult to…

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    “spontaneous abortion”, often known as miscarriage (Lowen). There’s no doubt that there are many ways for a woman to terminate a pregnancy, but the question in everyone’s minds is, “Should this even be legal?” The abortion debate has been going on for quite some time now. Federal action began taking place when the Roe v. Wade lawsuit began in 1970, when a woman wanted to have an abortion in Texas, where it was illegal at the time. Afterwards, she later decided…

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    Genetic tests are never very accurate and can ¨greatly [increase] anxiety from a positive result, [and] false reassurance from a negative result¨ (Press 74). Why go through genetic testing and have to face the possibility of a miscarriage when the results are not guaranteed to be accurate? The risks of genetic testing to the unborn child and even to the mother is not greater than the gain that can come from the results. Genetic testing is still relatively new with the first time it ¨changed…

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    Spontaneous Abortion

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    Monitor closely up to two weeks Surgery or medicine to expel fetus may be needed Long-term Complications According to Medline Plus: Rare. Infected abortion may occur if fetal matter remains in uterus after miscarriage. Nanda Deficient fluid loss r/t excessive blood loss Risk for infection Disabled family coping r/t loss of fetus Anxiety r/t mother not being able to carry to full-term Ineffective tissue perfusion r/t excessive bleeding leading to death of fetus Nursing Interventions 1. Monitor…

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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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