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Three Important Questions Pregnant Mothers seek answers from

Abortion is an important issue in the society. This is the case because it touches on human life and at the same time, it affects the issue of morality in the society. This is the reason this issue will continue to raise controversy among the different stakeholders. Because of the sacredness of life attached to life, it is not possible to avoid seeking answers to some very important questions as far as abortion is concerned. The 3 important questions for abortion clinics are under discussion as below.

The first issue about abortion touches on the safety of the practice. How such safe is abortion? It is important to note that no person is ready and willing to undertake a medical or surgical practice without first analyzing the risks associated with practice. Doing so will be lack of prudence and it is unacceptable.

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How Pregnant Mothers Can Deal with Miscarriage during Pregnancy

Just like abortion, miscarriage is a traumatizing experience any pregnant mother can ever go through. The memories may remain long after the miscarriage has taken place. The memories are painful to handle by the traumatized mothers every time she reflects on the events that led to the miscarriage. Like abortion, the patient may experience insomnia as well as fear. Equally, the patient may develop emotional imbalance long after the event has occurred.

There are different effects that may be attributed to miscarriage. These contributory causes of miscarriage affecting the patient include unexpected shocks. The sad fact is that miscarriage is happening every passing day. In fact, reports have shown that 1 out of 4 pregnant mothers lose their unborn babies through miscarriage. Some mothers who abuse drugs and alcohol are risking having miscarriages in the lives. Others do not mind the environment they are exposing themselves into thus they are risking miscarriages.

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs Help Reduce Unwanted Children

Teen pregnancy rates have fallen over the last 20 years largely due to many teen pregnancy prevention-programs. Education about preventing an unwanted pregnancy comes from several sources. Planned Parenthood, teen mentoring, comprehensive sex education, and pregnancy prevention aids have been helping to reduce pregnancy and birth rates for teen girls.

Teen mentoring programs teach life skills to prepare them for adult responsibilities. They also emphasize relationship skills, using adult and older teen volunteers to teach healthy boundary-setting and how to say no.

Two schools of thought offer advice on how to prevent teen pregnancies. Christians argue the best way to prevent unwanted pregnancies is by abstaining from sex. They go by the teaching that the procreative act should only take place within a marriage. More realistic sex educators assert the use of pregnancy-prevention aids and knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) will lower teen pregnancy rates.

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How to Defend Your Choice to Be Childfree

"Go forth and multiply", this statement by God is what made the first human beings in the Bible, Adam and Eve, to bear many children. With this in mind, reproduction has always been a common human activity and is one of the most significant aspects of being human.

The traditional family is composed of a man, a woman, and their children. Married couples are expected to have children, it is the norm. But as generations and times change, some single individuals and couples prefer not having children of their own. The reason behind their decision may be simple or complex and most likely be viewed by others as ridiculous and unreasonable. This sensitive matter sometimes cause family conflicts and rifted as close family members and relatives may not likely understand.

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How to Deal With Incomplete Abortion by Pregnant Mothers

As the name itself suggests, incomplete abortion is a condition that results when some components of pregnancy remain not expelled from the womb during abortion. This means that other portions of tissues and products of pregnancy remain in the womb long after the life of the fetus is terminated and expelled from the body.

You will realize you have incomplete abortion if you experience prolonged abdominal pain. The pain persists long after the abortion procedure has been carried on the patient. It is normal to experience pain during abortion but prolonged pain is a wake-up call that you may have had an incomplete abortion. Some patients will experience prolonged bleeding during the treatment.

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