Contrary to the belief that abortion is as simple as removing a wart, it is actually a very serious procedure that can have very serious results. The clinic personnel will lead you to believe that complications rarely arise, but that is not the case. Many women have been damaged for life as a result of their legal abortion.
Your cervical muscle may be damaged in an abortion because the cervix is forcefully dilated. This means that your future pregnancies have a greater chance of resulting in miscarriage or premature delivery. Damage to the uterine wall is another concern. Perforation (puncturing) of the uterus, infection, hemorrhage, and blood clots are only a few of the complications that you could end up with. I you do have a :successful" abortion, scar tissue may still form which can cause sterilization, miscarriages and tubal pregnancies.¹ approximately two out of 10 women who abort their first pregnancy will never be able to have children again. Do you want to take that kind of risk?
What They Won't Tell You at the ABORTION CLINIC
If some one knowes they are pregnaunt they should have a abortion before the second trimester unless compications arise or / if that child will defective . a baby at 12 weeks is about 2.5 inches so i dont beleive a abortionis will have to hack the baby to peices and vacum it out
Here is a view from the UK:
Why anti-choice campaigners won't let science get in their way | Amanda Marcotte | World news | guardian.co.uk
Why anti-choice campaigners won't let science get in their way
Research claiming a link between abortion and mental illness in women always gets debunked, but do these ideologues care?
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 8 March 2012 15.05 EST
]If you visit any anti-choice website or facility, within moments of your arrival, you'll be hit with the assertion that abortion causes mental health problems for women who get them.
The problem with this, besides the whiff of bullying, is there isn't any evidence for the claim.
Turns out that Coleman juiced up her results by counting mental health disorders that occurred prior to women's abortions.
It's a little like arguing that the stomach-ache I had a week ago is caused by the meal I ate tonight. While fully acknowledging that errors are a common problem in research attempting to establish causal links between any two events, it does seem that, at a bare minimum,
researchers should realize that an event such as an abortion cannot actually cause events that happened before it.
Coleman's response acknowledged that they used lifetime mental health diagnoses (rather than 12-month or 30-day diagnoses, as previously stated) because she and her colleagues had wanted to "capture as many cases of mental health problems as possible".
Abortion doesn't make women sick, in the head or in the body.
For many women, it feels like a relief, because control of your body and life is returned to you.
While getting an abortion is never fun, it's a legitimate failsafe for women who find themselves pregnant when they don't want to be
Edited to add another link:
Representing the APA at the hearing, Nancy Adler, professor of psychology at the University of California, San Francisco, testified that "severe negative reactions are rare and are in line with those following other normal life stresses." While acknowledging that there were flaws in much of the research, she testified nonetheless that the weight of the evidence persuasively showed that "abortion is usually psychologically benign." Echoing Koop's point about the public health implications, Adler said that given the millions of women who had had abortions, "if severe reaction were common, there would be an epidemic of women seeking treatment. There is no evidence of such an epidemic."