Abortion Essay Research Paper A womans right

Abortion Essay, Research Paper A woman?s right or murder? The topic I chose was abortion ~ a woman?s right or murder? I set out to interview a various range of citizens and professionals

Abortion Essay, Research Paper

A woman?s right or murder? The topic I chose was abortion ~ a woman?s right

or murder? I set out to interview a various range of citizens and professionals

about this topic and to listen to their views. Abortion is a very personal and

controversial topic especially in todays society. I did not expect to get an

accurate answer to my topic, but rather two or even more very different sides to

this study. I do not have a particular view on this issue, so I did aim to see

if my mind could be made clearer from my interviews. I was expecting the

communication to be very formal and hard to find people who knew exactly what

their views are and able to comment on them easily. I did a lot of research

regarding my topic before I set out to interview people and I learnt a lot more

about abortion because of this. I discovered that there is a lot of risk before

and after abortion. There could be infections, retained products of

contraception, continued pregnancy, cervical or uterine trauma and bleeding,

which are all short term post – abortion complications. The procedure also puts

a lot of emotional and mental stress and trauma on the mother which is something

she has to live with for the rest of her life. This occurs in 90% of all

abortion cases. The woman is harmed after the abortion because it increases her

chance of miscarriage and breast cancer, and may cause her to have painful

menstrual cycles for the rest of her life. 25% of abortion cases report serious

medical problems after their abortion and over 75% lose the relationship they

were trying to save. From the interviews I got a different perspective on a

woman?s right and that was that the unborn child is fully alive just not yet

?birthed? ad God has a unique plan for that unique life that can not be

filled by another. The law which was passed in 1972 to make abortion legal, was

based upon perjury and the gaining of a ?legal? right that did not exist

before and was due to the bending of the constitution and legal system. The

justices made their decision because the pre-abortion crowd used false

statistics, faked crisis situations and scenarios that never existed, rather

than the fact of the law. I asked interviewees if they knew and if they could

describe what happens in an abortion and I got a very detailed answer from Ken

at hopenet. He showed me that there was a way which involves making a woman go

through the complete labour delivery, after the baby is fully formed and

growing, until the baby?s head is just about to crown. Then the doctor turns

the baby face down and uses a scissor like device to poke a hole through the

base of the skull and inserts a cannula to suck out the contents of the brain

which kills the baby. The main parts are distributed to the fetal industry who

pay a large sum of money for the brain cells, liver, pancreas and heart, etc.

Another form of abortion that I learnt about was just by using a strong suction

machine, to put through the cervix into the uterus and suck out the forming baby

from the placental sac. Then the sac is removed by scraping it from the uterus

wall. If the pregnancy is into the 7 – 10 week then the head, ribcage and bones

may be formed, so the cervix is opened wider through forced dilation and forceps

are used to grab the baby and dismember it limb by limb until only the torso and

head are left free floating. Then the head is crushed and the remaining contents

are scraped and sucked out. One other method I learnt about involved the woman

taking a drug to kill the baby in the womb and then taking Prostaglandin to

force an early delivery. After 2 or 3 days a dead baby is delivered. The process

of communication that I undertook involved a very confidential and formal

manner. This was because abortion is a very personal and controversial matter

and needs to not be taken lightly. Some people have very strong opinions about

abortion and do not want the issue to be mocked or made less important in our

society. It was very hard to talk to some people regarding this topic, who could

have benefitted my research, like a doctor, because they did not want their name

to be associated with this issue. I tried to overcome this problem as best as I

could so I could analyse and evaluate this issue and to try and understand and

conclude my individual opinion. As an interviewer I had to maintain formality

when speaking to the people I interviewed so they knew I felt serious about the

subject I chose and knew I was interested in their answer and the opinion they

could give to me. When interviewing people in my age group, the interviews took

on a more informal manner that made it easier to communicate. I learnt a lot

more about abortion by studying and analysing this issue. A lot more information

was brought to my attention, like the risk involved and the aftermath of

abortion. My purpose that I set out to achieve was not completely fulfilled

because I was hoping I could gain a particular view through my study, but my

opinion is still undecided. I am satisfied with the outcome because I feel that

I understand more fully about both sides of this everlasting argument and I am

more aware of the risk physically and emotionally, before and after. I think

abortion is a very important issue to our society and people need to know if

they support it or oppose it.