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Abortion is an issue that people have been questioning for generations It is often a very hard personal decision to make you must consider all sides of the issue Abortion is the removal of a foetus before it has been born Some call this murder others say it is a matter of personal rights Here I will explore all the arguments for abortion leaving you to make this decision for yourself Many women have abortions for many different reasons Some because they feel they are too young they do not want to have a child or because they were raped They may feel a child will restrict their ability to live their lives to the fullest at a younger age or simply because they cannot afford one There are many reasons that a woman may choose to terminate her pregnancy each different from the next She might not want to be a single parent she doesnt want to marry her partner he cant or wont marry or she isnt in a relationship She might not want anyone to know she has had sex or is pregnant due to family reasons or embarrassment Or the most logical reason- she or the foetus has a health problem Abortion ends a pregnancy before birth takes place When an embryo or foetus dies in the womb and is expelled by the body it is called a spontaneous abortion miscarriage and is natural and unpreventable To end pregnancy voluntarily is an induced abortion When a foetus is dead at birth it is called a stillbirth More than 90 of all abortions are performed during the first three months of pregnancy In fact more than half are performed within the first two months These abortions are usually performed at a hospital or abortion clinic and the women go home an hour or so later Abortion in the last three months of pregnancy is extremely rare but still do take place
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