Abortion Argument Essay

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Unwanted pregnancies can be very stressful on a woman. Whether or not women have the right to an abortion is a very controversial subject. Millions of American women have aborted a child and the pain, loss and emotional need to justify what was done, both on the part of the mother and on the part of her loved ones is strong and deep. Some believe that having an abortion is seriously wrong because killing a fetus is the same as killing a person, whereas others believe that women have the right to make choices about their own bodies. Women should be able to have an abortion if they are too young or unable to take care of a baby and also if the pregnancy negatively affects the women or her babies health. Are women who have had an abortion treated…show more content…
The latest study on abortion in the British Journal of Psychiatry has found that abortion itself increases the risk of mental health problems for women by 81%, the research also found that nearly 10% of the incidence of all women’s mental health problems is directly attributable to abortion, the study takes into account pre-existing mental health problem prior to having an abortion. Many journalists in the US and UK have discovered that councilors at abortion clinics conceal mental and physical health risks as well as the fact that the procedure will violently end a child’s life, in order to sell…show more content…
The Church of England and the Church of Scotland teach that abortion is wrong except in extreme circumstances such as serious risk to the mother’s health and life. They especially disapprove of having an abortion for selfish reasons such as bettering the mother’s career. The Free Churches believe abortion is down to the mother, she has the right to decide. The only church that rule abortion is completely wrong is the Roman Catholic Church, they believe the baby gains a soul at conception and that abortion is morally evil. They do not allow abortion under any circumstances, even including the probable death of the

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