Video: ❶ Consequences Of Abortion
Unfortunately, medical surgical termination of pregnancy is one of the most common methods of birth control worldwide. Today the statistics are very sad, because in our country only one pregnancy out of three ends in childbirth. Abortion is not only physical, but also a severe biological and psychological trauma, after which the question arises: "Will I be able to have children in the future?" Location: Location:
Since the operation is performed almost "blindly", this can lead to dysfunction of the uterus and the formation of scars. Since the cervix and body of the uterus are injured during an abortion, menstrual irregularities and, consequently, infertility may occur.
Abortion is especially dangerous for women who have not yet given birth. Removing the fetus by surgery has a significant effect on the restructuring of the whole organism, which usually takes more than a year to fully recover and rehabilitate. According to statistics, every fourth woman who has not given birth subsequently cannot have children. Therefore, there is always the possibility of never becoming a mother and not nursing your baby. If you want to subsequently have a full-fledged family, apply the maximum conditions so that an unwanted pregnancy does not occur.
Among other consequences of abortion, experts identify the possibility of developing neurological disorders, spontaneous abortions, the development of an ectopic pregnancy and a violation of the process of carrying a subsequent pregnancy.
The most terrible consequence of an abortion is a violation of the integrity of the walls of the uterus and its rupture. This can lead to inflammation of the peritoneum - peritonitis. A much more serious danger is the introduction of infection into the uterus during an abortion. If bacteria enter the uterus, the chances of inflammation of the uterus, appendages and ovaries are high. Most often, the infection enters from the vagina after the uterus has opened.
During an abortion, dilators are used, subsequently this can lead to insufficient closure of the cervix. The neck is a mass of cylindrical and annular muscles that sometimes stretch and tear when forced to expand. In the future, this can lead to a decrease in the obturator function, and, accordingly, to miscarriages at a later date of 18-24 weeks.
The risk of the formation of tumors of the cervix, the uterus itself and the mammary glands increases.
And finally, use competently modern methods of contraception.