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Abortion: Additional Information

Date Added: June 20, 2012 05:11:35 PM
Author: sharwan
Category: Arts & Entertainment: Humanities
In today's society, abortion has become common practice, defended by deceptive arguments. The prophets denounce the current practice of abortion, citing the declaration of the Lord: "No (...) kill (...) or do anything like unto" (D & C 59:6). Their advice on this issue is clear: members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can not submit to abortion, do it, encourage him or to provide such practice or pay for it. Church members who encourage an abortion in any way be subject to Church discipline. Church leaders say some exceptional circumstances may justify abortion, such as pregnancy resulting from incest or rape; cases in which, according to the opinion of a competent medical authority, life or health of the mother is in serious risk, or where the competent medical authority know that the fetus has severe defects that will not allow the baby to survive at birth. But even these circumstances do not justify abortion automatically. The only people in this situation should consider the option of abortion in consultation with the local Church leaders and receiving a confirmation through earnest prayer. When a child is conceived out of wedlock, the best option for parents of this child is to marry and prepare to establish an eternal family relationships. If the marriage is unlikely to be successful, the ideal would be that the child be offered for adoption, preferably through LDS Family Services Abortion is the termination of pregnancy for the death of the fetus or embryo, along with Annexes ovular any time during the step that goes from fertilization (union of egg and sperm) to the time prior to birth. Abortion can be classified as spontaneous or induced. Miscarriage Occurs when a pregnancy that seemed to be developing normally ends without intent, or when death is the product of accident, abnormality or disorder is not expected nor desired by the mother. Spontaneous abortion can also be called a miscarriage or "false labor". The miscarriage is when embryonic loss occurs before the twentieth week of gestation (five months), when the fetus is unable to survive outside the womb. Most miscarriages occur during the first quarter, incidentally, the first 12 weeks. It is estimated that 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, and 3/4 occur in the first three months of pregnancy. There are two types of spontaneous abortion: the abortion procedures, imminent and inevitable . ?? The impending abortion is a threat of miscarriage. The woman has a mild bleeding followed by back pain and others like menstrual cramps. ?? The inevitable miscarriage is when there is dilation of the uterus to expel the contents followed by severe pain and bleeding. Abortion inevitable is divided into three types: that is incomplete when it occurs after the removal of clots the remaining output of the content and abortion arrested, that is when the egg dies, but not expelled.
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