For a lot of people, abortion is unacceptable. It is considered a sin by many religions and remains a controversial topic for debate, despite it being legal in several countries, including the United States. Abortion is a sensitive topic, and although it is never an easy decision, thousands of women across the world have made a choice for different reasons.
Some say there is never a reason to resort to abortion, but that is backwards thinking. At the end of the day, there still exist perfectly valid reasons for abortion. Whether these reasons are social, medical or emotional, we should remember to always respect the right of a woman to make the decision about abortion herself.
Rape. Women who become pregnant through unwanted sexual intercourse most often find that they cannot deal with being faced with the evidence of their assault. Having an abortion may help lessen the trauma the rape causes and could assist the victim in moving on with her life.
Incest. Pregnancy caused by intercourse with a family member, whether consensual or non-consensual, can be a reason for abortion. Studies have shown that a child from such situation faces considerable medical or health problems brought about by inbreeding. Getting an abortion could be a kinder way than having the child born with mental or physical deficiencies.
Medical Reasons. Sometimes, a woman's health condition just can't handle a pregnancy. Women with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B or other diseases risk transferring their illness to their unborn child. Women with heart conditions, who are susceptible to complication and may die during childbirth. In such cases, abortion maybe the most logical decision to make in order to save a woman's life.
Economic Reasons. Some women live in conditions of extreme poverty that they can scarcely afford to feed and clothe themselves, let alone a child. Facing such financial limitations may be a reason for abortion. It would be disheartening to let a child be born and live in such conditions, and parents can avoid the feeling of helplessness if they are unable to provide support for their child.
Social Reasons. Teenage and unwanted pregnancies fall under this category of reasons for abortion. A young woman may just be too young to cope with the demands of raising a child; or perhaps the pregnancy was a result of a one night stand and the woman feels she is not ready to be a parent.
While these reasons are often dissected and criticized, the fact remains that no one should force a pregnancy on a woman if they feel they aren't ready physically, mentally and emotionally to raise a child. Abortion maybe the answer.
Abortion or termination of pregnancy mostly is made from second to third week of pregnancy (when a fertilized egg using ultrasound clearly observed in the uterus) and up to the 12th week. In obstetrics, abortion may be performed in the period 12-22 weeks of pregnancy, but only for medical reasons for abortion. Early abortion is up to 4-5 weeks of pregnancy by vacuum aspiration. Medical abortion is most effective in up to 4 weeks of pregnancy can be recommended for 6-7 weeks.
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