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  1. 1. THE ARBOTION -Itzy Espinoza -Carlos González -Soani López -Roberto Smith -Johanny Soberon
  2. 2. WHAT IS ABORTION? Abortion is the termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion from the uterus of a fetus or embryo before via bility.
  3. 3. KINDS OF ABORTION  Induced:Approximately 205 million pregnancies occur each year worldwide. Over a third are unintended and about a fifth end in induced abortion. Most abortions result from unintended pregnancies.  Spontaneous:Spontaneous abortion, also known as miscarriage, is the unintentional expulsion of an embryo or fetus before the 24th week of gestation. A pregnancy that ends before 37 weeks of gestation resulting in a live-born infant is known as a "premature birth" or a "preterm birth".
  4. 4. METHODS OF ABORTION  Medical:Medical abortions are those induced by abortifacient pharmaceuticals. Medical abortion became an alternative method of abortion with the availability of prostaglandin analogs in the 1970s and the antiprogestogen mifepristone in the 1980s.  Surgical:Up to 15 weeks' gestation, suction-aspiration or vacuum aspiration are the most common surgical methods of induced abortion. Manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) consists of removing the fetus or embryo, placenta, and membranes by suction using a manual syringe, while electric vacuum aspiration (EVA) uses an electric pump.
  5. 5. PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES Possible psychological consequences that come with abortion:  Guilt.  The woman presents reactions of hostility, anger or sadness.  want to punish abusive relationships or seeking isolation from friends and family.  Some women experience anorexia nervosa.
  6. 6. -THEY EXPERIENCE INSOMNIA, THINKING OF THE ABORTION OR THE BABY. -THEY LOSE THE ABILITY TO CONCENTRATE ON STUDIES OR WORK. - APPROACHES SUICIDE AND SUICIDE ATTEMPTS. -FEEL THE NEED TO REPLACE THE ABORTED CHILD AND TRY TO GET PREGNANT AGAIN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO HAVE A NEW BABY TO REPLACE THAT WHICH WAS ABORTED. -SOME WOMEN FEEL HATRED TOWARDS THEIR PARTNERS WHOM THEY BLAME FOR THE ABORTION.
  7. 7. PHYSICAL CONSEQUENCES  Sterility. if the child remains left in utero.  Spontaneous Abortions.  Ectopic Pregnancies  Births of dead children.  Menstrual disorders.  Hemorrhage. Often needing blood transfusions because it loses much.  Infections.  Shock.  Eat.  Utero or perforated bowel.  Blood clots passengers.  Intense pain.  Loss of other organs.

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