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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    "some" being closer to 0% than to 1%
    Here are just two of the life threatening "scary ones" which added together are beween 6% and 10.5%.


    How common is an ectopic pregnancy? From 1 to 2.5 percent of all pregnancies are ectopic.
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    Preeclampsia Maternal Deaths Continue Todayby Eleni Tsigas, Christine Morton Jan 28, 2013 4:45 AM EST

    According to the Preeclampsia Foundation, toxemia, which has been renamed preeclampsia, affects between 5 and 8 percent of all pregnancies.

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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie616 View Post
    Here are just two of the life threatening "scary ones" whoch added together are beween 6% and 10.5%.



    Ectopic Pregnancy Symptoms




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    your own links prove me right, thanks. they say that these problems occur in 6 to 10 1/2 percent of all pregnancies, which, combined with the fact that prenatal care prevents them, of course means they occur in the vast majority of pregnancies without proper prenatal care. thank you for validating the fact that the rate of severe medical problems in pregnancies with proper prenatal care, is between 0% and 1%

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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie616 View Post
    I agree. No person should ever force another person to risk their life against their will.
    its just basic common sense
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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    I do mind you putting false words into my mouth. a woman has a 19% risk of death with 3rd world medical care and closer to 0% than 1% risk of death and other scary stuff with proper prenatal care.
    she didnt put words in your mouth at all
    and why do you keep focusing on your opinion of the percentages, its the force that matters

    if percentages is all that matters to you abortion is SAFER than giving birth and WAY less than .1% of sex leads to abortion so i guess you shouldn't worry about in then since the percentage is low, right?

    thinik you can be honest for a second and tell us why you think its ok to force people against their will to risk their lives?

    while you are at it, feel free to answer the questions you keep dodging too. Why are you scared to answer them?
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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    your own links prove me right, thanks. they say that these problems occur in 6 to 10 1/2 percent of all pregnancies, which, combined with the fact that prenatal care prevents them, of course means they occur in the vast majority of pregnancies without proper prenatal care. thank you for validating the fact that the rate of severe medical problems in pregnancies with proper prenatal care, is between 0% and 1%
    and yet you ignore the FORCE part? LMAO
    i wonder why

    why do you thin k percentage matters when there is force?
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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    your own links prove me right, thanks. they say that these problems occur in 6 to 10 1/2 percent of all pregnancies, which, combined with the fact that prenatal care prevents them, of course means they occur in the vast majority of pregnancies without proper prenatal care. thank you for validating the fact that the rate of severe medical problems in pregnancies with proper prenatal care, is between 0% and 1%
    Maybe you missed this sentence:


    The Mayo Clinic states that there is no known way to prevent preeclampsia from developing.
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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    she didnt put words in your mouth at all
    and why do you keep focusing on your opinion of the percentages, its the force that matters

    if percentages is all that matters to you abortion is SAFER than giving birth and WAY less than .1% of sex leads to abortion so i guess you shouldn't worry about in then since the percentage is low, right?

    thinik you can be honest for a second and tell us why you think its ok to force people against their will to risk their lives?

    while you are at it, feel free to answer the questions you keep dodging too. Why are you scared to answer them?
    Keep on lying, Troll, it really helps my case. Everyone can read my posts and see I'm not advocating force against women, I'm advocating proper prenatal care because it prevents women from being FORCED to choose between their own death and the death of the child, and FORCE is bad, therefore I'm right, as anyone who is against FORCE would agree. Oh by the way, please post the percentage of abortions for non-medical reasons in which the abortion causes death, thank you in advance.

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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie616 View Post
    Maybe you missed this sentence:


    Read more: Pregnant Woman's Diet & Toxemia | eHow.com Pregnant Woman's Diet & Toxemia | eHow.com
    The Treatments for Pre-Eclampsia; (It is treatable) Medications
    Your doctor may recommend the following:

    Medications to lower blood pressure. These medications, called antihypertensives, are used to lower your blood pressure until delivery.
    Corticosteroids. If you have severe preeclampsia or HELLP syndrome, corticosteroid medications can temporarily improve liver and platelet functioning to help prolong your pregnancy. Corticosteroids can also help your baby's lungs become more mature in as little as 48 hours — an important step in helping a premature baby prepare for life outside the womb.
    Anticonvulsive medications. If your preeclampsia is severe, your doctor may prescribe an anticonvulsive medication, such as magnesium sulfate, to prevent a first seizure.

    Bed rest
    If you aren't near the end of your pregnancy and you have a mild case of preeclampsia, your doctor may recommend bed rest to lower your blood pressure and increase blood flow to your placenta, giving your baby time to mature. You may need to lie in bed, only sitting and standing when necessary. Or you may be able to sit on the couch or in bed and strictly limit your activities. Your doctor may want to see you a few times a week to check your blood pressure, urine protein levels and your baby's well-being.

    If you have more severe preeclampsia, you may need bed rest in the hospital. In the hospital, you may have regular nonstress tests or biophysical profiles to monitor your baby's well-being and measure the volume of amniotic fluid. A lack of amniotic fluid is a sign of poor blood supply to the baby. __________________________________________________ ________________________________(My source of Information: The Mayo Clinic. Ironic, huh? The same people you used as proof that not all medical conditions can be prevented or cured. I never said all medical conditions could be prevented or cured, I said that with proper prenatal care, the mother's life isn't in danger. If the Mayo Clinic Disagreed with me on that, they would recommend abortion for pre-eclampsia. And they do not. Preeclampsia: Treatments and drugs - MayoClinic.com

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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    1.)Keep on lying, Troll, it really helps my case.
    2.)Everyone can read my posts and see I'm not advocating force against women,
    3.)I'm advocating proper prenatal care because it prevents women from being FORCED to choose between their own death and the death of the child, and FORCE is bad, therefore I'm right, as anyone who is against FORCE would agree. 4.)Oh by the way, please post the percentage of abortions for non-medical reasons in which the abortion causes death, thank you in advance.
    1.)nobody lied you said it LMAO

    here is YOUR EXACT POST/WOUTE

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    Pelvic Floor Disease is preventable with prenatal care. Killing a baby because it's cheaper than medical costs isn't a human right. Neither is Killing a baby to avoid looking older afterward. NOT. A. HUMAN. RIGHT. PERIOD. Now, if the mother's life were in danger and prenatal care couldn't prevent it from being in danger, then abortion would be a human right. but that doesn't happen so IT'S. nOT. A. HUMAN . RIGHT. TO . KILL. ANOTHER . HUMAN. JUST . BECAUSE . YOU . FEEL . LIKE. IT. PERIOD.
    you said it right in this post that prenatal care prevents the mothers life from being in danger, this is 100% false, you said it so stop posting lies that you didnt LOL

    would you like MORE prove you are posting lies?

    2.) if you are for banning abortion you are for force
    3.) this is factually 100% wrong, proper natal care doesnt not stop the choice of their death
    4.) the percentage doesnt matter


    now if you would please answer the question you keep dodging because you know the prov you wrong and expose your broken logic.
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    re: Arkansas to ban abortion at 12 weeks, earliest in nation [W:1036:1154]

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanWoman76 View Post
    Yeah sure *eyeroll like a teenager* just because being pregnant isn't any more dangerous than living an ordinary life while not pregnant, don't give me the right to say that a woman can't have an abortion to prevent the risk of death by pregnancy, and then having an abortion and having NOT reducing her risk of death by doing so! <---Sarcasm like a teenager
    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    1.) your post doesnt make any logical sense
    2.) again you are missing the FORCE part

    its all about force

    you can focus on RISK all you want but you cant FORCE risk on somebody

    for example

    me and you are on a plane, you have 100 hours logged at sky diving, you have two chutes, perfectly packed, you an expert by now

    BUT for whatever reason you decide you do not want to jump out the plane today

    so I push you out the plane against your will since i know theres less than a 1% risk you will die

    did i commit a crime?
    could i be charged with a crime?
    maybe a crime as high as reckless endangerment or attempted murder?

    better yet what if that less than 1% is today and you do die, both your chutes dont open in a freak accident

    do you think ill be charged with a type of murder?


    or, because the risk was less than 1% i did nothing wrong and it was absolutely ok for me to force you against your will to risk you life since you know, the risk is so low




    like i said, theres factually risk and you have no right to force that on anybody against their will.

    this is not a hard concept, even IF you are a teenager. .
    stop running and dodging, why have you not answered the bolded questions? we are waiting?
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