Study confirms abortion negatively impacts women’s health

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Study confirms abortion negatively impacts women’s health

A recent study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry has concluded what pro-abortion groups have tried to discount for decades: abortion substantially increases a woman’s risk of mental health problems.
More specifically, post-abortive women experience an 81% increased risk of having subsequent mental health issues.
Hundreds of published studies have demonstrated the distinct correlation between induced abortion and the devastating psychological issues it has on women. You can read more details about the study in a report from Life News.
However, if you’re a woman who has had an abortion, and are wrestling with mood changes, a mood disorder, depression, anxiety, or feelings of remorse or guilty, the GOOD NEWS is that there’s help and hope available for you at most of the faith-based Pregnancy Resource Centers found in most cities.
You can find help with Care Net, here, or with Project Rachel, here.

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