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anonymous

  • one year ago

ok umm if a 13 year old got pregnant which would be better keep the baby or abortion

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    Abortion is never a good choice, But neither is Birthing a baby at 13. The body is very small at that age unless said person is a very large 13 year old. It could be fatal and or cause health problems as a young body isn't exactly designed to carry a baby at that age or size. So said person would have to determine the consequences to either option.

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    It all depend on how the parents n the 13 year old feel about Abortion. But most likely they have the baby.....I'm am 14 and I see this stuff every day

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    Generally, abortion. At 13, a person could suffer grave health complications from giving birth. It's also likely that the child would not have a very good life with a 13 year old as a mother. Even if you chose to give the baby up for adoption, you would have to miss school while you're pregnant. It could ruin your life. I'm not really pro-abortion, but these are the exact situations when abortion is called for, IMO.

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    @wildhorselover2002 The only people that can can give an informed opinion would be the doctors that are attending the person. Further, none medically speaking, the feelings of the pregnant person, the baby's father, and immediate parents of the potential mother and father. A whole host of social and economic factors as well as psychological and medical factors, unique to each case, are the reasons.

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