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In the United States about 25 of woman decide to end their pregnancies through abortion In most cases the woman is just one of those who have pre-marital sex a teenager or a victim of rape Even though this percentage is small women are still taking the life of a child who is still dependent on others for survival When another human life is growing the mother must protect it not end it Worldwide about 45 million women have abortions yearly When a woman makes the mistake of having sex she should be responsible for the consequences that may come after If you think you are mature enough to have sex be prepared to be a parent Teenagers should hold off on sex until they are ready for what may come from that moment of intimacy The only sure way of not getting pregnant is 100 abstinence from sex In the case of a pregnancy and the mother is not ready for the responsibility she should give up her child for adoption The only acceptable abortion should be the case of a victim of rape In this case the woman feels disgusted and could not bare with the thought of having a child with in most cases someone she did not know Abortions are nor simple or with out risk Doctors can not just reach up there and remove the child Medical science has created many ways to remove a child but most are very complicated There are three types of general abortions abortion from below abortion from above and using drugs to kill the unborn child Great emotional pain can come after the abortion as well Many women regret ending the life of their unborn child For the rest of their life they must live with the fact that they practically murdered someone After the baby also known as the fetus has been in the mothers womb for
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