Abortions don't lead to long-term mental health problems for women, but being denied causes anxiety, study suggests

Friday, December 16, 2016 - 07:31 in Health & Medicine

Five years after terminating a pregnancy, a woman who sought and had an abortion was no more likely to be depressed or anxious than was a pregnant woman who was denied an abortion and went on to give birth, new research has found. Compared with women who gave birth after being turned away from...

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