These are the followings:- side effects of contraceptives, lack of knowledge about contraceptive methods, myths and misconceptions. Some of the concerns and perceived barriers mentioned are based on actual experiences or their partner’s experiences, while others are Hypothetical concerns or based on common attitudes and beliefs in the community. Women may have an unmet need for family planning for a variety of reasons: lack of knowledge about the risk of becoming pregnant; fear of side effects of contraceptives; perceptions of their husbands, other family member, or their religion opposes family planning; or lack of access to family planning services. Many of these barriers could be overcome through better information and counseling for both women and men (Rhonda et al ; 2009)
Main ethical issues are terminations of pregnancies in case of malformations, which may be supposed as eugenical abortion, inform consent and problem of decision-making process. This problem is closely related to moral status of fetus, ethical issue about the value of life and problem of what kind of condition should be tested for. Moral status of fetus and abortions In all prenatal diagnostic tests, there is an assumption that there may be
the rightness or wrongness of abortion” (164). Hursthouse examines the agent’s circumstances and reasoning (practical wisdom) at the time of conception. She also considers the agent’s feelings such like callousness or remorse towards the procedure. Her purpose is to theorize how virtue ethics can be applied to determine whether under certain circumstances abortion could be deemed something a virtuous person may choose. Hursthouse acknowledges there are other factors, which must be considered because abortion is not just any regular medical issue, it has a whole range of emotional factors that are generally considered relevant.
Abortion,which is defined as a deliberate termination of a human, is one of the most debatable issues in society. Abortion is about allowing women the right to make choices about when they want to have children, in relation to their age,health, financial stability or if they were raped.There are many reasons to why a woman might want to get an abortion and it should not be up to the Government to determine the personal right of what a woman wants to do with her own body, especially if that woman can not afford to care for the child. Moreover, this argument is a matter of morals, those who see it allowable should be provided with the means to do so but others who don't see it allowable don't have to choose to give up on a child. Those kids who are not aborted sometimes grow up in a destructive environment and their basic needs are not provided. There are many reasons why some people are against abortion, and there are also many reasons as to why some people advocate abortion.
A women chooses this for many different reasons. The reasons are if the pregnancy was unplanned, if the woman is too young or can’t support the baby financially, or in some cases if the pregnancy puts the baby and/or mother at risk. The conflict of abortion is whether or not it should be legalized. There are two groups pro-choice and pro-life. Pro-choice means choosing abortion is a woman’s right that should not be limited by governmental or religious authority, and which outweighs any right claimed for an embryo or fetus.
Case Study: Fetal Abnormality Abortion is arguably one of the most visible debates of recent decades. Generally, the debate is held between secular and religious groups. The debate often focuses on a few core questions. When does life begin? When does a fetus become a person and when does consciousness begin (Strong, 1997)?
Surrogacy takes time, a long one just for it to be success. But before you proceed with this option , I suggested that you should seek first a legal advice. The type of Medical conditions that might not make you get pregnant include: Absence of malformation of the womb; recurrent pregnancy loss; and repeated in vitro fertilisation. Finding the immaculate surrogate is not easy as well. You should descry woman who is picture-perfect to become surrogate of your child.
“The terms "pro-life" and "pro-choice" generally boil down to whether an individual thinks abortion should be banned or if it 's acceptable” (Head). There of course is more depth to the debate than that. Someone who is "pro-life" believes that the government has a commitment to preserve all human life, even if the pregnancy is unwanted, or what kind of life the child may have (Head). The pro-life movement argues that even a non-viable, undeveloped human life must be protected by the government. Abortion must not be legal according to this argument, and it shouldn’t be practiced on
This is an ethical problem due to the decision that may result in having to terminate the pregnancy. Another genetic testing that has ethical problems includes those people that are tested for predisposing diseases that either lead to later onset (in the case of adult patient) or adult onset (in the case of a child patient). This leads to many ethical issues such as whether or not the patient wants to know if he/she is at risk for a certain disorder. If they find out that they are at risk than they may become depressed and/or make better life decisions (about marriage and life). Others that find out that they are spared from having the disorder maybe relived however they maybe at guilt by seeing close relatives suffering from what could have possible than their
They say they are not ready for a baby in many ways like financially and emotionally. As abortion became legalized it protected women rights from deciding whether and when to become a parent. After that right became legal that gave women more thoughts that abortion was something that was absolutely correct on doing. It gave them more confidence to do it. They probably thought it brought them more peace since it was legal.