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Psychiatric Journal Published Study Linking Abortion with Depression, PTSD, and Drug Abuse

Warning to all those people who claim that they're the scientific ones who embrace science and deeper understanding as opposed to us oogedy-boogedy religious types, can now put their hands over their eyes and ears and pretend that this study doesn't exist.

A new study from the psychiatric journal "Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences" recently published a study linking abortion with depression and anxiety disorders including post-traumatic stress disorder.

The study compared the women's psychological well being with childbirth outcomes such as delivering the baby, miscarriage, or abortion. The conclusion of the authors is that “fetal loss seems to expose women to a higher risk for mental disorders than childbirth; some studies show that abortion can be considered a more relevant risk factor than miscarriage”.

Here's some of the findings as published by Zenit:

a- On 19 studies that compared abortion versus childbirth, 13 showed a clear risk for at least one of the reported mental problems in the abortion group versus childbirth, five papers showed no difference. Only one paper reported a worse mental outcome for childbearing.

b- Some studies compared abortion versus unplanned pregnancies ending with childbirth (this approach is important, since an unplanned childbirth may be a reason for abortion fearing psychological trauma): four studies found a higher risk in the abortion groups and three no difference.

c- Last, authors analyzed those 9 studies that compared abortion versus miscarriage (both ending with fetal loss): three studies showed a greater risk of mental disorders due to abortion, four disclosed no difference and in two, short-term anxiety and depression were higher in the miscarriage group, while long-term anxiety and depression in the abortion group.

What emerges from this analysis is that it seems difficult to argue that abortion has no psychological or psychiatric consequences: no study – with just one exception - in 30, showed that abortion consequences are lower than childbearing, even in the case of “therapeutic” abortion or in the case of unplanned childbearing

Authors solicit further studies in this field, to compare more studies using similar methods and outcomes because, as they write, “The risk that abortion may be correlated with subsequent mental disorders needs a careful assessment, in order to offer women full information when facing a difficult pregnancy”.
All you pro-abortion types can now take your hands from your eyes and go back to pretending that killing the unborn only destroys a "potential human" and that it has no physical, moral, or psychological impact whatsoever on women.


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Proteios1 said...

So the blogger "likes" PhDs this week? Or just on occasion when they say something you want to hear?
The psychological impact of abortion cannot be understated. It's bad. Imagine a major surgery. Tough enough? Yes. Then factor in that not a man woman or child on planet earth really believes that the baby in the womb is a "clump of cells". These poor exploited women, kept in ignorance by the for profit industry and its political arm, know they are not removing a tumor but ending a life. Ya, they do it anyway, which should give you some idea how scared, desperate and confused they must be. It's not rot to exploit them. Lie to them. And remove all barriers to compassionate interactions, support, medical data like an ultrasound, or even proper medical care...

Donna M said...

Thank You, Pro!
You are refreshing! Love the intelligent, articulate and intellectual "honesty"!...;)

Donna M said...

Just proves that the "psuedo" academics don't count their own science when it disagrees with their bigoted, biased, most cherished, cherry picked views. They will always prefer "junk" science to truth. But then, for them, truth is only relative. Depends alot on their "feelings" of the moment.

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