Abortions Should not Be Legalized in the Philippines

557 WordsJan 28, 20182 Pages
Nowadays, the world seems to get even more and more liberal. Everyone is fighting for their own rights without even trying to see a wider view of it, or how will it affect their lives aftermath. Abortion gets even more alarming due to the results of the study conducted by the Researchers from Guttmacher Institute and the University of the Philippines Populations Institute, wherein there were over 470,000 cases of it, has been performed in the Philippines. In 2010, there were projected 90,000 hospitalizations recorded due to abortion complications. Abortion is a danger to the lives of many women of our country. Thus, Abortion should not be legalized in the Philippines for it is a painful surgery that could even cause further harm in physical and psychological health. First of all, Abortion should not be legalized in the Philippines for it is a painful surgery. Despite the use of such anesthetics, Almost 97% of women that committed abortions have been reported experiencing extreme pain during the procedure. Compared to other pains, researchers have rated the pain from abortion as more afflictive than a bone fracture, about the same as cancer pain. The use of more powerful general anesthetics can reduce the pain, but it increases the risk of cervical injury. On the other hand, if you choose to keep your child, you will feel that labor pain was not that bad at all. Because after those intense cramping, once you hold the baby, you forget all about the pain you were in during

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