multiple abortion

multiple abortion

The occurrence of two or more spontaneous abortions.
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A spokesman for the Welsh Government said they were unable to comment specifically on the multiple abortion figures.
In cases where multiple abortion attempts were made, each attempt was included separately, resulting in a total of 966 individual attempts.
Multiple abortion experiences of the same man are sometimes referenced independently of each other, as men reported feeling differently about each and, in all but two cases, had conceived with different women.
Having multiple abortion providers throughout the region makes it harder for abortion protesters who otherwise could target a single clinic, Duke said.
Teenage girls are more likely to have an abortion if their mothers also had one - and multiple abortions if their moms did too, according to a recently released study.
She was also forced by her in-laws to undergo multiple abortions while they were married.
Dame Barbara says her multiple abortions were partly down to ignorance about sex in an era where mothers didn't talk about it to their daughters, and partly due to contraception not working.
She's in prison for murder, has had multiple abortions, and yet she preaches fire and brimstone.
OUR story about scores of schoolgirls in Scotland having had multiple abortions before the age of 16 sparked debate online.
There are more than a few suggestions in [Vilar's memoir] that multiple abortions are a kind of "self mutilation.
Furthermore, there is no standard definition of repeat abortion; some studies count more than one abortion ever, others focused on multiple abortions within shorter intervals (4,25,28-30).
Koop said that CDC data showed that women could have multiple abortions without any ill effect on their future fertility, ability to carry a pregnancy to term, their risk for any cancer, or to their mental health.
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