Once a pregnancy is confirmed, the doctor and medical staff help the expectant mother--to ensure a successful childbirth. That help includes monitoring the progress of the fetus, and preparation for motherhood. However, even under the best of circumstances, with a motivated expectant mother and outstanding medical support, spontaneous abortions still occur along he way, right up to the delivery process. When the doctor finally becomes involved at childbirth, the child could be "still born."
But circumstances are not always ideal. The pregnant woman may not have quality medical support available, and/or she may want the pregnancy to fail. Even before formal confirmation of her pregnancy, the woman may request help in aborting the birth process. As the pregnancy proceeds, she may have personal concerns that lead her to wish to abort. Or, alternately, there may be health factors that emerge that threaten her life.
Are there ways that legislation can improve these outcomes?
Medical professionals and most pregnant women want the decisions to be made by the pregnant woman, with support from the Healthcare community.
What do you think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05-Feb-19 19:03 by drrayeye.