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ChildrenThings We Throw Away Shall I give my firstborn for my transgression the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul -Micah 67 Abortion has become the second most common surgical procedure after circumcision Over 99 of all US abortions have nothing to do with the life or health of the woman-they are done simply because of her desire for convenience absence of distress and her so-called happiness1 Doctors perform over 15 million abortions per year in the United States alone thats one for every two live births2 Abortion has become so frequent that population experts say that it has become in effect a new form of birth control But abortion should not be confused with birth control which prevents a new life from beginning - abortion destroys that new life once it has already begun Of the women having them 794 are unmarried 296 are teenagers3 and 20 are repeat customers4 Abortion An Easy Alternative In this age of convenience abortion is being presented as a quick and easy way to get rid of an annoying problem When women seek advice most professional abortion counselors just dont tell them the truth concerning what they are about to do to their child and to themselves First of all abortion is a major surgical procedure which can result in serious complications - it is not as safe as we are led to believe Statistics show that after a legal abortion a woman faces increased possibilities of future miscarriages tubal pregnancies premature births sterility and severe and long-lasting emotional disturbances5 Many women must face the fact that they will never be able to have children due to infections and complications from a supposedly safe abortion they have had in the past Instead of being told this their fears
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