Judith Thompson in her analogy of abortion gives a scenario, of someone waking up one morning only to find that they have been plugged into a violinist that has a kidney failure, they are told by doctors that they will have to be plugged into the “famous” violinist for nine months, if they unplug, the violinist dies, if they stay plugged in, the violinist after the nine months recover however that person suffers their right to what happens to their body. The question posed following this analogy is, should the person unplug? There are different aspects to look at it from, let me give my scenario, suppose a lady decides to have sex unprotected because she gains more pleasure from it and in the morning forgets to take her early morning pills and in total forgets to take birth control pills and becomes pregnant. She is the sole cause of the pregnancy and should take responsibility for it; the person plugged into the violinist in Judith Thompson’s analogy isn’t the cause of the failure of the kidney of the violinist so why should they have to take responsibility for it.
The next day I went to the doctor and she confirmed the test was right. I was indeed pregnant, she said I needed an emergency ultrasound. So, she set that appointment up for the next morning. After my appointment my mom called my boyfriend’s mother to tell her the news because I was scared. I didn’t know how she was going to react.
My mom is in so much shock that when the doctor tells her to call my sister’s husband, Adam, she can not. Calmly, the doctor tells Adam that he needs to come to the hospital as soon as possible. As my parents try to comfort my sister, she is crying because she is scared and in so much awe. Once she calms down, she goes to the hospital to have her first baby girl seven weeks before her due
My grandmother, having lost a son four months before I was born, didn’t take risk when it came to health. She knew how something major could appear so minor. We got to the hospital around eleven at night; the doctor had me jumping off the bed, when he started feeling my abdomen. I couldn’t remember anything past that, until I woke up to my mom crying out “Dakota wake up, you're okay,” then my grandmother saying “Stacy, he will be okay.
My mother knew that that day she was gonna have me, but she wanted to go through with the conference just to get it over with. The teacher that was giving them the conference knew that she was in pain mid way of the meeting and that's when she said that she was gonna go. After that my parents rushed to the hospital alone. I was the fourth, and last child to be born. At the time my oldest brother was 14, then sister was 12, and then my other brother was 9.
It was said that Catherine was highly educated on her illness because her father was a doctor. Catherine agreed to go MGH under the condition that she would only receive oxygen. She was not pleased with the medical attention that she was receiving so she decided to
Her parents found out she was deaf on December 24, 1974. She had a very high fever so they went to the hospital where the doctor prescribed very strong antibiotics. A few months later she was brought back because her mother suspected something was wrong. The doctors had found the H. Influenza virus in Heather’s blood and later in both of her ears.
When we were going there or got I woke up for 2 seconds and passed out again for the rest of the night. My mom took me in, and I got my stitches under my eyebrow. The doctor gave her something so she can take out my stitches. I didn’t know how it looked like when we got home. When I woke up I was shocked because I didn’t know what happened last night.
The actress said she decided to undergo the surgery after learning that she carries a gene known as BRCA1, which increases the risk of both breast and ovarian cancer. "My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman," Jolie stated. "Once I knew that this was my reality, I decided to be proactive and to minimize the risk as much I could." By late April 2013, Jolie added, she had completed several months of medical procedures, including a double mastectomy and reconstruction surgery, at the Pink Lotus Breast Center in
and they have four children’s. She lost her hearing when she was just eighteen months after she was rushed to the hospital with a dangerous high fever, which was later identifying as the Haemophilus influenzae virus. The doctors administer her two powerful antibiotics that reduced her fever and saved her life because she was only hours from death when she arrived in the hospital.
The forty-two day stay. “ Please Mom make it stop…” “ There there dear, It’ll be okay…” “ How do you know mom, it hurts so bad…” “ Trust me, you’ll be okay,
On New Year 's Day, she found out that she had brain cancer. After multiple procedures to remove part of the tumor, Maynard learned that it had come back and was more aggressive. Doctors said she had fewer than six months to live. Brittany Maynard 's true legacy "I do not want to die. But I am dying," she wrote in an emotional essay for CNN in October 2014.
In July of 2007, Roberts’s life would forever be changed when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Robin faced surgery, eight rounds of chemotherapy, and six and a half weeks of radiation therapy ("Robin Roberts - Abundantly Blessed - CancerConnect News"). She was starting to lose her hair, so she just decided to shave her head. She took viewers with her and when they saw her tears as her hair slowly disappeared, they knew she was just like them, an ordinary person, facing her own battle. Robin thanked God, her family, and friends for helping her beat breast cancer.
What Cancer Took From Her “I spent five years of my life being treated for cancer, but since then I’ve spent fifteen years being treated for nothing other than looking different from everyone else.” (186). Lucy was diagnosed with cancer at the age of five and it changed her from the day she was diagnosed until the day she finally stopped caring about what people thought of her. She always worried more about what her face looked like more than the fact she had cancer. She struggled for such a long time until she finally accepted herself.
Today I worked in operatory. One of the dentists really took to me and now she uses me as her main assistant. So now I'm usually always in the operatory, assisting in procedures. It was actually a nice gesture of her to use me as her primary assistant. She told me that before I had come along, she was pretty much doing all of the procedures alone.