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Unplanned and unwanted pregnancy

Often love and sex does not mean that the happy couple is ready and/or wants to have a baby. If you are not ready to have a baby, you should take care of your fertility and ovulation. It is your responsibility to prevent unplanned and unwanted pregnancy by using modern contraception.

Every time you become pregnant unexpectedly, it means you have unplanned and unwanted pregnancy. But unplanned pregnancy does not always mean unwanted pregnancy. Sometimes unplanned pregnancies becoming wanted and millions of healthy children were born as a result of unplanned pregnancies. But in majority cases unplanned and unwanted pregnancies are ending with abortion which can damage your physical and psychological health. Try to avoid D&C.

In a gut-wrenching report on abortions the Washington Post reveals that twenty-two percent of the world’s pregnancies end in abortion every year. Citing the Alan Guttmacher Institute, partially funded by Planned Parenthood as proof, the report states that “thirty-eight percent of the estimated 210 million pregnancies that occur each year are unintentional and 22 percent end in abortion.

Unplanned pregnancy

Unplanned pregnancy

The Guttmacher Institute states that the abortion rate in the U.S. is higher than the rest of the world at twenty-three percent. By using these figures the worldwide abortion rate exceeds 46,200,000 each year.

What are solutions for unplanned and unwanted pregnancies?

Avoid abortion

Avoid abortion

Only two solutions: to have baby or visit your doctor for safe abortion (with mifepristone). In case you have no choice and are forced to terminate your pregnancy, remember that modern medicine can provide safe medical abortion by using just pills (mifepristone). Try to avoid surgical abortion if possible. Mifepristone is a very good alternative!

Best suggestion would be to have a WONDERFUL BABY!


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