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New Research Exposes Alarming Connection Between Abortion and Mental Health

The Charlotte Lozier Institute’s research shows that most women who had abortions felt like they had to do it, even if they didn’t want to. They said their decisions were forced on them, or they didn’t match what they believed in.

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It’s pretty clear that women who decide to end their first pregnancies often end up needing help with their mental health, unlike those who become mothers and have their babies.

This idea comes from a recent study that looked really closely at data from Medicaid, a kind of health support in the U.S. Experts from the Charlotte Lozier Institute worked really hard to check this data and found something they’re really sure about.

They looked at information from more than 4,800 women who were part of Medicaid for about 17 years in seven states. These are places where government money was used to pay for abortion procedures.

You might be thinking, “Did these women have troubles with their mental health before this happened? Could that affect the results?” Well, it’s worth knowing that these women didn’t have any mental health problems before this. They started facing difficulties after they ended their pregnancies.

This big study got published in the important International Journal of Women’s Health. It’s the first study that takes a really good look at the mental health services that people get when they’re dealing with abortion, either as outpatients or when they have to stay in the hospital.

Now, let’s talk about what they found.

For the women who chose to end their first pregnancies (unlike those who became moms), there was a big increase in mental health help in these areas:

  • Visits to the doctor that aren’t in the hospital: More than three times likely to go up.
  • Going to the hospital and staying there: Almost six times more likely to go up.
  • How long they stayed in the hospital: This was a surprising 19.6 times more likely to go up.

We need to understand that these results don’t just happen once in a while.

Dr. James Studnicki, who’s really experienced in public health and is a leader at CLI, tells us that studies from different countries like Finland, Italy, China, Germany, Korea, and the United States all show a link between having an abortion and facing mental health problems like feeling anxious, sad, or even thinking about hurting yourself.

In an earlier study, they also found that women who chose to end their first pregnancy:

  • Had more pregnancies later on.
  • Went through more miscarriages.
  • Had more than four times the number of abortions.
  • Only had half the number of live births.

And here’s something really sad.

The Charlotte Lozier Institute’s research shows that most women who had abortions felt like they had to do it, even if they didn’t want to. They said their decisions were forced on them, or they didn’t match what they believed in.

This makes things even more complicated and helps us understand why women who end their pregnancies might go through tough times with their mental health.

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Can America Afford To Ignore The Israel-Hamas CRISIS?

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There’s a lot to be said about America First, but can we really ignore what’s happening in Israel right now? Maybe not.

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BREAKING: Do These Pro-Palestine Americans Even Know What They’re Talking About?!

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YIKES! This Transgender Breastfeeding Story Is TOO WILD To Even Believe

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In a shocking and deeply concerning revelation, a transgender biological man with HIV, Murray Pearson, has been actively “breastfeeding” his infant, despite the inherent risk of HIV transmission. What makes this situation even more alarming is the involvement of Canadian doctors who are aiding and abetting this dangerous behavior.

Pearson, who identifies as a woman and goes by the name Margie Fancypants on social media, began his transition in 2022, taking drugs to induce lactation. His journey has been documented on a Reddit forum for transgenders, where he openly discusses his desire to “connect through feeding” his 9-month-old baby. The details of his actions are nothing short of horrifying.

Acknowledging his HIV positive status, Pearson admits that the transmission of the virus to his infant through breast milk is a distinct possibility if his viral load becomes detectable. Viral load refers to the amount of HIV in the blood at a given time. While he plans to monitor his viral load monthly to purportedly “mitigate the risk,” the question remains: why expose the child to any risk in the first place?

The nonchalant use of the term “mitigate risk” in this context is both alarming and irresponsible. The safety and well-being of the infant should be the paramount concern. Why not eliminate the risk entirely by choosing not to expose the child to potential HIV transmission?

One of Pearson’s doctors, Dr. Marina Klein, attempts to justify the situation by stating, “It’s important to emphasize that we do not recommend breastfeeding for people with HIV… [however] If, after informed discussion, a person expresses a wish to breastfeed they may choose to do so provided they are willing to follow a close protocol of viral monitoring.” This raises serious ethical questions about the medical community’s role in enabling such risky choices.

We cannot turn a blind eye to the fact that a child’s health is being compromised for the sake of someone’s personal desires. The decision to breastfeed, despite the potential transmission of a life-altering virus, is simply unacceptable. It is crucial for society to speak out against such actions that put innocent lives at risk.

This disturbing scenario demands not only public awareness but also a reevaluation of medical ethics. The welfare of children must always take precedence over individual choices, especially when those choices can have severe consequences. As we contemplate this distressing situation, our thoughts and prayers go out to the vulnerable infant caught in the midst of this perilous circumstance.

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