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In many hospitals, a caesarean section won't usually be given simply because a woman has asked for it. If my mum had a caesearean, will I have one too?Who will be in the operating theatre for my c-section?How many caesareans can I safely have? Not surprisingly this is causing a ton of debate in the community, but not quite in the way you might think. Certainly the story can be sensationalized by both sides, and a lot of misinformation is swirling around. Whatever side you are on, I would encourage you to sit in on the great conversation happening in the February 2012 Birth Club and hear some arguments that just might make you think, re-think, or encourage you to research and form your own opinion too. Also, all the unloved, abandoned, murdered(baby Casey), ignored children I see in news from worldwide, leave a lot to be thought about. All the horrible #parenting_Fail news always make me wonder, if that person ever really-truly wanted a child to start with?
This has to be one of the stupidest and most mealymouthed of posts on a controversial topic of all time. Declaring the fertilized egg to be a full person means that a miscarriage should and will be investigated as a possible homicide or, at the very least, a manslaughter case. It is a straight up power grab by a fringe religious movement which defines personhood as applying to a fertilized egg but denies full autonomy to the living, breathing, woman whose real existence is in danger. This would outlaw all hormonal forms of birth control as well as treatment for ectopic pregnancies. Also, what happens if someone has a drink or two when they are technically three weeks pregnant and ends up having a miscarriage?
As somebody who almost died because of an ectpic pregnancy (I needed an emergency operation) I’m wondering if I had been doomed to die in Mississippi? Given that conception occurs at the point of fertilization, if personhood is defined as beginning at conception, how would that not affect the legality of the pill?
I believe in women’s rights and the right of choice, but I seriously doubt I’d ever be able to take the steps to end a pregnancy.
As for Mississippi, this state has the highest infant mortality rate and the lowest availability of abortion services with 99% of Mississippi counties lacking an abortion provider.

That way birth control that prevents implantation would still be legal, the morning after pill in cases of rape would be legal, no problem ending an ectopic pregnancy (as it implanted, but not successfully) no problems with IVF and embryo storage. They tried the identical amendment here last year (it failed, thank goodness) and there were absolutely NO exceptions. Should the term ‘person’ be defined to include every human being from the moment of fertilization, cloning or the equivalent thereof? It doesn’t SAY one way or another whether it will ban abortion in the cases of rape, incest or to save the life of the mother. In order to get to the bottom of all that, you have to have a basic working knowledge of Roe v Wade. The court did a historical analysis of whether (1) the Founding Fathers intended that there be a right of privacy and found that they did (it’s inherent in the 3rd amendment against the involuntary quartering of soldiers, the 4th amendment against unlawful search and seizure, the 5th amendment and spousal priviledge, etc) and (2) whether abortion was the sort of thing the Founding fathers might have contemplated as a private medical decision. Pro-Life advocates have latched onto that last bit as a way of overturning RvW for the last 20 years. The bottom line is that the amendment isn’t designed to be a functioning rule for people to follow.
I sure hope it doesn’t pass, but if it does the people of Mississippi who vote YES have displayed their ignorance. Also, planned parenthood was so up in arms about losing their federal funding, but they say the government shouldn’t have a say in what a woman can do with her body. When your child is in full-meltdown mode, don't try to reason with her, no matter how advanced her language skills are.
This internet site provides information of a general nature and is designed for educational purposes only. How much sleep your baby really needs20 healthy pregnancy snacksGetting pregnant in your 20'sHow can I ensure my toddler gets enough iron? Some reports are saying a pregnant woman’s life would have to be sacrificed to save the life of her baby. The deeply entrenched positions make this a tough topic to discuss respectfully and rationally, but credit to the great members of our community, who are airing their points of view while still keeping things civil. Or should they have just got themselves a pet (even that, under-supervision, perhaps, sometimes). Without anyone to really care for them- apart from these politicians, religious-leaders, cults, groups and social-workers? This would mean that a doctor in a fertility clinic who disposes of imperfect emryos would be technically murdering people. Parents would not be permitted to choose which cels to implant and which to discard anymore than they have the right to determine which of their live children to feed or to kill. What this does is severely limit a womans choice in the birth control she can use, as well as essentially screw her over should she get raped.
Lock them up the duration of their pregnancy so they don’t do anything that could potentially harm the baby? It would also force people to CTT against their will for conditions that are incompatible with life.

They could be charged with murder because they had a glass of wine at a restaurant before a test would even come back positive!
Sacrifice (=kill, because a doctor could save her) the mother for a pregnangy that is under no circumstances viable, thats what they want?
First it prevents an egg from being released and second, if that fails it prevents the implantation of a fertilized egg. If a woman gets that far along in her pregnancy and decides she doesn’t want the baby, she should go ahead and give birth and then give it up for adoption. I guess my wording would be that personhood begins at the successful implantation of a fertilized egg. If a fertilized egg is a person, how is a drug that prevents implantation affected by this amendment? Yet, I love seeing women really digging in and debating the political and social topics that are most important to them. Religious hospitals are already refusing to offer raped women the morning after pill to prevent conception–now all hospitals and providers would also be forbidden to do so. If it doesn’t make someone other than the woman in whose body the egg exists the guardian of the rights of the fertilized egg the law would be meaningless. However, doing these things doesn’t CAUSE a miscarriage, they are just increase the risk for a miscarriage. If you read through the MS 26 debate what you’ll see is pregnant women and moms taking the time to research a topic, form an opinion and share that opinion with really insightful comments. Imagine how that could come up in an angry divorce, that the wife murdered their unborn children by wearing an IUD against his knowledge or will. This law also wouldnt stop abortion of dangerous pregnancies, it is to prove that a baby is a baby no matter how many cells it has.
I have heard estimates that 1 in 4 women have had a miscarriage, most of them before they even knew they were pregnant. So the question was whether the right of privacy (which is what made it legal for married couples to use birth control in the first place) extended to cover a woman’s right to use abortion. I don’t have an exact answer myself but I find that calling a single celled organism like a fertilized egg a person isn’t giving the definition of a person justice.
Based on etopic pregnancy rates, we’re talking hundreds of women a year in the state of Ohio alone. All of those things happen in the womb when a fertilized egg is present, if it’s not life, what is it????????

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