Abortion Pros And Cons

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Abortion can be described as induced miscarriage or termination of pregnancy. Even though in developed countries like US it is one of the safest procedures, abortion has become politically explosive. Federal laws favor women’s right since the case of Roe vs Wade in 1973. The court has declared that a state cannot ban abortion before the point where a fetus can survive on its own(viable).
In 1973, to everybody’s surprise Supreme court of United states issued a decision for the case of Roe v. Wade that abortion is woman’s decision. 21-year-old Norma McCorvey tried getting an abortion falsifying about getting raped but it failed as there was no report of the alleged rape. She tried getting illegal abortion,
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Despite it being undeveloped, killing it means depriving someone the chance to live.
-Deciding the fate of an unborn is an act against the will of God.
-Having an abortion can cause risk to the body for not being able to conceive again or sometimes death.
-Psychological effects to the mother leading to unpleasant memories, sense of guilt or depression.
-Abortion should not be used as a form of contraception.
Abortion Pros:
-In certain critical situations, it is not possible for a woman to continue with the pregnancy and be able to handle the responsibility of a child. Despite this being a very difficult decision, it gives her freedom to decide what is best for her life.
-The mother has to go through labor pain and other child related responsibility including taking care of the infant and bringing. All these requires good financial support, healthy surroundings and help from family. If any of these is not available, it gets very difficult for a mother to raise a child.
-In certain cases, such as teenage pregnancies, the woman’s body may not be capable enough to handle the stress of pregnancy, which can also result into complications and sometimes death of the
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Blackstone, William. Commentaries (1765): "Life ... begins in contemplation of law as soon as an infant is able to stir in the mother's womb
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