Introduction Abortions: the deliberate termination off human pregnancy, most often reformed during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy. I choose this topic because I know a lot of women who went through the ins and outs of having an abortion. It is a very touchy subject and causes a lot of controversy within different groups of people depending on their morals and their beliefs. Body I personally am against abortions. I think that only God can give and take life away. Who are We to say other wise. Must the baby suffer because you were to irresponsible to do the right thing.
Your suppose to wait until your married before you engaging in sexual activities, so this way when a baby comes it wouldn’t be unwanted. T hats just speaking from a Christian standpoint. If the person sin it into the whole religion thing they can use so many things to make sure that the female doesn’t get pregnant. There is the morning after pill, birth control from the pill to the patch to ones that is inserted inside of the female, condoms for both male and female. With all of these things that can prevent pregnancy there Is no reason for abortions.
What makes it k to kill a human, that’s what it is after all. A little human the size of a raspberry. Murder is murder and if you can go to jail for killing a adult, why not the same punishment for those who get abortions. Does the life of a fetus have no value? What if its the next President of the United States author getting rid of? You never know. The fetus deserves to live even if its not with you, you can always give it up for adoption. There are so many couples who would die for a child but can’t reproduce.
When getting an abortion your not only killing a baby, your putting yourself at risk as well. Some of the risks of having an abortion include: Damage to the womb or cervix, uterine perforation (accidentally putting a hole in the uterus with one of the instruments used), excessive bleeding, Infection of the uterus or fallopian tubes, scarring of the inside of the uterus, reaction to the medicines or anesthesia, such as problems breathing, and not removing all of the tissue, with the need for another procedure.