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Studies by both pro-life and pro-choice groups have shown that the initial impact an abortion has on a woman is one of relief Pro-choice studies though often fail to follow up on their research beyond the first few months following the abortion It is usually later on in the womans life that she begins to feel the grief and pain that her actions have caused In the first few weeks following an abortion a womans mind is usually focused on the relief that her problem has been solved Later sometimes with in the year sometimes not for five to ten years she begins to experience various forms of post-abortion fall-out ie depression on the anniversary date of the abortion depression on what would have been the childs birth date auditory hallucinations of a baby crying or vivid dreams of a child in danger And according to studies done by the Elliot Institutes DrDavid Reardon there is a time when the full impact of what a woman has done hits her Not only is there psychological damage to the mothers themselves but to children born subsequent to a previous abortion Women have reported being unable to bond with the living children in a way that is expected In many cases there is a marked negligence or even over protectiveness In the extreme cases child abuse is seen How those who support abortion on demand can continue to deny the existence of post-abortion syndrome PAS is an easily answered question If it can be proven that an abortion hurts the mother as well as the child then the claim that abortion helps women becomes a lie The last thing the choice camp wants us to know is that from conception the fate of the mother is so intertwined with that of the child that hurting one will automatically hurt the other On a purely physical level the mothers body
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