Abortion. Is it wrong or right?
An abortion is the removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the uterus, resulting in or caused by its death. This can occur spontaneously as a miscarriage, or be artificially induced by chemical, surgical or other means. As define by the oxford dictionary.
Some people may say that the unborn, commonly called fetuses, are not alive, but that is not true. Embryo and Fetus are two stages of development while still in the womb, just like toddler and adolescent are names for humans already born. A Fetus is a unique human being and receives a genetic code all of its own upon the time of conception. Numerous scientific reference works, medical textbooks, and some of the world’s most prominent scientists and physicians say that life begins upon the time of conception. When Abortionists prematurely take a Fetus from its mother’s womb in the primitive manner that they do, they are essentially murdering it.
I believe that too many women have abortions for reasons which are not just enough for the killing of their Fetus. Abortion goes against the belief that all people were created equal, and everyone deserves a chance to pursue happiness.
Abortion has been seen as a controversial issue for hundreds of years. As more people discuss it, new dimensions are added to the argument and this may be why laws vary from country to country and have changed so many times.
The option of having an abortion should only be given to those who want children but the child is too sick to be born or the mother is to sick to carry the baby. But other than that I think there is just too many ways of preventing pregnancies for someone to get pregnant and suddenly decides to kill the Fetus. That is just plain and straight flat-out wrong.
Come on, everyone knows that if you are not capable of taking care of a child don’t get pregnant, because then when things don’t go the way you want it to your just going punish an innocent little fetus for your foolish mistake. There is a saying that goes, “Think before you act” this saying should apply to all male and female who does not want a child but is engaging into unprotected sex.
Many would believe that abortion can solve a lot of problems but if they would look at it a little closer they’ll see that all it does is cause more problems. Forty-nine percent of pregnancies among American women are unintended; half of these are terminated by an abortion. Each year, two out of every one hundred women aged fifteen- forty-four have an abortion, forty-eight percent of them have had at least one previous abortion and sixty-one percent have had a previous birth. This means that these women understand the joy of a baby being born, and still choose to take away their privilege to live. They clearly understand the happiness of being a mother. Why then, when they know they are creating new life inside of them, choose to deprive their fetus the right to live and experience everything life has to offer. They are willing to kill the precious little fetus for their own benefit.
The argument that legal abortion harms public health is yet another reason to re-evaluate the case of abortion. The fact is that abortion is a complicated procedure that can harm a woman’s body, disabling her from bearing children. Complications include hemorrhaging and laceration of the cesuix. Many studies have reported that complications have occurred during 1,182 legal abortions. While their where no deaths, 9.5% of the patients required blood transfusions, 4.2% had cervical lacerations and 1.2% of the patients uteri were perforated.
I believe that abortion is a highly publicized issue that woman take too lightly. When women are scared and don’t know what to do, they think that this is their only viable option, with out realizing that there is ALWAYS a better choice than abortion.
Who are we to define when a life begins and when one ends? Shouldn’t everyone be able to choose if their life is worth living?
However, even though abortion can be wrong, at times it may have its advantages. The truth is that it doesn’t matter what rulers are enforced, people are going to continue doing what they feel is best for them. Some may argue that even if the fetus has a right to life, abortion is morally permissible because a woman has a right to control her own body. And this is correct a woman as the right to choose who she brings into this world and by what terms. The best known variant of this argument draws an analogy between forcing a woman to continue an unwanted pregnancy and forcing a person’s body to be used as a dialysis machine for another person suffering from kidney failure. It is argued that just as it would be permissible to “unplug” and thereby cause the death of the person who is using one’s kidneys, so it is permissible to abort the fetus (who similarly, it is said, has no right to use one’s body against one’s will).
Some argue that abortion is morally wrong because it deprives the fetus of a valuable future. On this account, killing an adult human being is wrong because it deprives the victim of a future like ours—a future containing highly valuable or desirable experiences, activities, projects, and enjoyments. If a being has such a future, then (according to the argument) killing that being would seriously harm it and hence would be seriously wrong. But since a fetus does have such a future, the “overwhelming majority” of deliberate abortions are placed in the “same moral category” as killing an innocent adult human being. Not all abortions are unjustified according to this argument: abortion would be justified if the same justification could be applied to killing an adult human.
The need for abortion should be seen as a fact of life, not a moral dilemma. Even when abortion is illegal, it doesn’t stop the practice. Abortion is illegal in Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, but nevertheless each year around 2 000 women from Northern Ireland and 4 000 from the Irish Republic have abortions in British clinics. Prior to the 1967 Abortion Act in this country many women still attempted to end their pregnancies, but often by hazardous means which risked injury. Anti-abortion campaigners have accepted that if abortion was made illegal again there would still be some illegal abortions. But, they claim, women would think more carefully about their responsibilities and would be more inclined to opt for adoption or motherhood. But for a woman who has decided that she doesn’t want to become a mother adoption is not an alternative. Unless you think it is acceptable to compel a woman to continue with a pregnancy, endure being publicly pregnant and undergo labor and childbirth, adoption cannot be posed as any viable alternative.
When it comes down to abortion it can be very difficult for someone to decide what to do, whether they choose to bring a life into the world or to terminate a pregnancy before giving birth. Either way an abortion can have it rights and it wrong but somehow there both important to the environment and to peoples health.