Q: Induced abortion and future fertility.

A:Hello, siya, Please know that I am not a doctor. I am simply someone who has talked to a lot of women and done a lot of research. Are you currently using any bi...Read More »

Q: Will an abortion affect future fertility?

A:The answer is possibly, although highly unlikely. If one of the above complications occur, there is an increased likelihood of infertility in the future. Howeve...Read More »

Q: Does an early surgical/aspiration abortion have an effect on futu...

A:We do not perform an abortion under 4 weeks. That means there is no visible pregnancy. If you have one under 4 weeks, it is necessary to perform blood tests. ...Read More »

Q: Can an abortion create problems with fertility in the future when...

A:The bottom line is that when an abortion has been conducted; legally, safely, professionally and providing there are no complications arising from it, there is ...Read More »

Q: Does the number of abortions make you less fertile in the future?

A:Yes. So does any kind of surgery, such as c-sections or D&Cs (done after a miscarriage) In fact, the number of pregnancies you have make you less fertile as wel...Read More »

abortion and future fertility

It s unlikely that having an abortion in the UK will affect your fertility. However, if you become pregnant in the future, you may have a slightly increased risk of .
Many advocates of abortion deny that there is a link between abortion and future infertility, except when the abortion is illegal. There is usually a qualifer, .
A variety of conditions have been anecdotally ascribed to induced abortion,.of the literature on the risks of impaired future fertility due to induced abortion, .
Find out if having undergone an abortion could affect your ability to conceive. Find out whether you re fertile while breastfeeding. Do you need birth control if .
Generally, abortion isn t thought to cause fertility issues or.If you ve had an abortion and are concerned about the possible impact on a future .
15 (HealthDay News) -- A medical abortion is unlikely to affect a woman s future reproductive health, a new study reports. The research, which appears in the .
Fear of future infertility from a third abortion has been cited as one of the many reasons that Joan may have decided to keep the baby.
Popular Q&A

Do you support abortions during school-hours?
Oh how I long to be back in Seattle....Portland sucks. I can't even read the word Seattle without my heart aching for it. My only issue is that they took her off school grounds without permission I suppose. Well, that and the fact that she claims to be pro-life. I HATE it when pro-lifers...

Far more abortions happen naturally than by medical procedure. Is God the greatest abortionist in history?
How true. We really need to ban god and save those babies. PS: Abortion is not "murder" just because some pro-life whackjob says it is. In America, we follow the LAW and the Constitution, and we'll fight vigorously ANY attempt by religion to turn their absurd beliefs into law by political force...

How does abortion work?
Don't listen to the crazies. This is your body, your choice. End of discussion. Costs vary by state and city. Planned Parenthood prices surgical abortion at $350–$700 in the first trimester, and medical abortion at $350–$650, although this also varies from city to city - some cities has more...

Why is sex painful after my abortion?
If you went to the doctor and she couldn't find anything physically wrong with you (my first guess was that the abortionist accidentally cut you with a curette, or something along those lines), then I'm guessing it's a mental barrier that you're having. If you're having flashbacks of the abortion...

Philosophy essay?
I've done all nighters before and I can really sympathize. I'm just going to mention that the differences all arise from the premises: 1) Life has intrinsic value 2) Being good has intrinsic value But neither is true unless there is a Creator who gave those intrinsic values. "All men are...