Abortion Report

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Abortion Report

I have chosen for my topic Abortion. I think that it is a topic that is very important in today's society however it is often dodged or avoided.
Different Presidents say different things and have different stances about it, and often it is had to know what to think about it. Basically there are two different ways of looking at it: Pro-Choice, which takes the stance of saying that it is the woman's choice if she wants to have an abortion and that it is only her business. So basically they want it to remain legal. Then there is the other stance of Pro-Life which says that it should not remain legal and that it is just about as bad as cold-blooded murder. I happen to agree with this.
This is what I will be focusing on
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Some of them include:

-Suction Abortion -Dilation and Curettage (D&C) -Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) -
Salt Poisoning (Saline Injection) -Hysterotomy -Prostaglandin Abortion

There are also many risks and complications caused by having an abortion.

Some of the more widely known one's are:

1. Breast Cancer

2. Complications in future pregnancies, including excessive bleeding, premature delivery, cervical damage, and sterility.

3. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

4. Uterine perforations.

5. Tubal pregnancy.

6. Placenta previa, which is extremely severe, life threatening bleeding in future pregnancies.

7. Retention of placenta

As you can see there are many different factors that contribute to abortion, and many different risks that you take in having one. I think that abortion will remain a huge topic that's not going to go away easily. I believe that they should be illegal however through doing this report I have been shown the other side of the story, the Pro-Choice side, and I have began to see there standpoint-even though I might not agree with
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