The definition of abortion is: any of various surgical methods for terminating a pregnancy, especially during the first six months. The topic of abortion has always been controversial in politics, religious groups and different nations. Today’s modern technology provides numerous ways to perform the abortion procedure with minimal risks. Having an abortion is tough mentally and physically on a woman going through the process, though the procedure itself it not long but the mental road to recovery is tough. Reasons why one would want to have an abortion are numerous, but the top reasons are: effect on education and work, poverty, being a single parent, not being ready for a child. Topics covered in this research paper include background information on abortion, effects risks and rehab facilities for abortion, why women choose to have abortions, when “life” begins, and also religious views on abortion. Abortion is a controversial procedure which carries with it many consequences and psychological effects, however there are resources and facilities available to help incorporate with a life changing procedure. What involves an abortion? Many do not know the steps or risks involved in having an abortion. There is not one, but three ways to have an abortion. There is surgical, non-surgical, and also an emergency contraception. Each type of abortion has its own requirement and risks. Depending on the stage of pregnancy a woman is in she may or may not be able to go forth with the abortion process. The non-surgical approach is when the doctor uses “a non-invasive procedure for terminating a pregnancy,” (“Abortion Access”). There are 3 steps to the non-surgical procedure and it “usually require at least to visits to the healthcare facility,” (“Abortion Access”). This procedure can take place from up to 7 weeks LMP (last missed period), up until t9 weeks LMP. If still needing an abortion after 9 weeks LMP you will be required to use the surgical approach....
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