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abortion by group 3

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Joanne Pauline Lumba

on 19 September 2012

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Prepared by: ABORTION Group 3 Abortion is the premeditated killing of an innocent, unborn human being. What is Abortion? Article II of the 1987 Philippine Constitution, Section 12:
"The State recognizes the sanctity of family life and shall protect and strengthen the family as a basic autonomous social institution. It shall equally protect the life of the mother and the life of the unborn from conception." Abortion in the Philippines Inability to afford the economic cost of raising a child Causes of Induced Abortion Unmet need for family planning
Fear that pregnancy would damage their health
Their partner, husband or relative not wanting their pregnancy
Pregnancy resulted from forced sex or rape Moral Teachings Of The Church ABORTION IS MORALLY BAD! EFFECTS OF ABORTION Complications to mothers:
Heavy Bleeding
Infection
Incomplete Abortion
Damage to the Cervix
Scarring of the Uterine Lining
Perforation of the Uterus
Damage to Internal Organs
Death
Consider Other Risks of Abortion
Abortion and Preterm Birth for future pregnancy’s
Links to Abortion and Breast Cancer Emotional and Psychological Impact of having an Abortion:
Eating disorders
Relationship problems
Guilt
Depression
Flashbacks of abortion
Suicidal thoughts
Sexual dysfunction
Alcohol and drug abuse
Spiritual Consequences Methods of Abortion Hysterectomy Medical Abortion Induced Abortion Kinds of Abortion (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Spontaneous Abortion Spontaneous abortion, also known as miscarriage, is the unintentional expulsion of an embryo or fetus before the 24th week of gestation Abortion caused intentionally by the administration of drugs or by mechanical means Causes of Spontaneous Abortion Uterine anatomy(not suitable for fetus to implant)
Luteal phase defect ( inadequate secretion of progesterone cause infertility)
Fetal genetic anomalies
Incompetent cervix (dilatation of cervix during pregnancy)
Infections
Radiation
Smoking
Alcohol ingestion
Heavy caffeine consumption
Ectopic pregnancy (fetus implant somewhere other than uterus)
Molar pregnancy (tissue that normally becomes a fetus instead becomes a growth,called mole)
Dysfunction of uterine Medical abortions are brought about by taking medications that end the pregnancy. Dilation and Evacuation (D & E) (also called vacuum suction or suction curettage) and Dilation and Curettage (D & C) Prostaglandin or Saline Administration This method is done by injecting prostaglandins or saline solution through the uterine wall and into the amniotic sac holding the fetus to induce labor and delivery of a nonviable fetus. The uterus is opened through a small abdominal incision and the fetus is removed. Hysterotomy is usually performed only when other methods have failed repeatedly, it is performed under general anesthesia.
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