Undercover Murder Essay

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According to Mother Teresa, “Many people are very, very concerned with the children in India, with the children in Africa where quite a number die, maybe of malnutrition, of hunger and so on, but millions are dying deliberately by the will of the mother. And this is what the greatest destroyer of peace is today. Because if a mother can kill her own child - what is left for me to kill you and you kill me -- there is nothing between” (“Abortion Quotes”). I believe that Mother Teresa could not have said it better. Women today do not seem to understand that having an abortion can have major effects on her life in the future. Having an abortion can not only affect a women’s life but it can also affect everyone else around her. When you have an abortion you are killing your unborn child and risking your own life just because of reasons you cannot justify, so it is very important for women to be aware of the of the way an abortion procedure is done and the affects the abortion can have on the mother.
People do not believe that abortion is a serious problem because they do not know what it is or how it is done (“Abortion Methods”). When a woman is 12 weeks pregnant and decides that she does not want her baby, a type of abortion is performed called suction aspiration. Suction Aspiration is a process where anesthesia is given to the mother and she becomes dilated very quickly (“Abortion Methods”). A suction curette which is a tube that has a knife-edged tip is inserted into the womb and then connected to a vacuum by a clear tube. The vacuum suction is 29 times more potent than a household vacuum. The vacuum tears the fetus and placenta into tiny pieces which are then sucked through the tube into a container and disposed of (“Abortion Methods”). When the baby in the womb reaches four months and when enough fluid has accumulated, a needle sends a strong salt solution through the mother's abdomen to the baby's sac (“Abortion Methods”). The baby then swallows the fluid and becomes poisoned by it. The fluid also acts as a corrosive that burns the outer layer of the baby’s skin off. Majority of the time it takes over an hour for the baby to die from this. After 24 hours of this procedure, labor then starts and the mother gives birth to an already dead or dying baby (“Abortion Methods”).
Using chemicals developed by Upjohn Pharmaceutical Co. there is another form of abortion that causes contractions that push out the developing baby (“Abortion Methods”). These contractions are more intense than normal contractions. Therefore, the unborn baby is frequently killed by them and sometimes has even been decapitated (“Abortion Methods”). Hysterectomy is another form of abortion used mainly in the last three months of pregnancy (“Abortion Methods”). The procedure is performed by surgery. The technique is very close to having a caesarean delivery. The difference between the two is that during a hysterectomy abortion the umbilical cord is usually cut while the baby is...

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