How will American women get abortions now? The use of pills will increase to end pregnancy?



The US Supreme Court has struck down constitutional protection for abortion, overturning a decision in Roe v. Wade. The developments on Friday are expected to lead to a ban on abortion in nearly half of the states. This decision was unthinkable until a few years ago. The Supreme Court's decision is a success of decades of anti-abortion efforts. US President Joe Biden said he would do everything to protect women's rights in the wake of abortion rules in states where they will be banned.

Biden said politicians would not be allowed to interfere in decisions between a woman and her doctor.



The US President has termed the court decision wrong. He appealed to advocates of constitutional protection for abortion to protest only through peaceful means. Anti-abortion legislation is not national. Some Democratic-led states, such as California and New York, have expanded reproductive rights. In such a situation, pregnant women in banned states will have to travel hundreds of miles to access abortion facilities or have abortions at home using medicine and other methods. Research shows whether legal or not; people get abortions. Huh.



In countries where access to abortion is limited or illegal, women face complications such as infection, excessive bleeding, and perforation of the uterus. The report states that those who must carry a pregnancy to full term are more likely to have pregnancy-related deaths. Former US President Donald Trump hailed the Supreme Court's decision. He said that this decision is in the interest of everyone. This decision is like abiding by the Constitution and restoring the rights which should have come a long time ago. On the other hand, due to the possibility of protests outside the Supreme Court against this decision, the police have made elaborate security arrangements. Police say security is being tightened in other places in Washington, and additional security personnel is being deployed in places where widespread protests are expected.



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