Week 11 was all about contemporary issues. For example: abortion. What is abortion? An abortion is when the pregnancy is ended so that it does not result in the birth of a child.
The pregnancy is removed from the womb, either by taking tablets which involves taking medicines to cause a failure or by operation where the pregnancy is removed from the womb. Most abortions can be provided on a day care basis which means you do not need to stay at a clinic overnight. Every year almost 12,000 teenagers have abortions provided by bypass.
Teenage pregnancy is a big problem now, these days. The big question is though, abortion or parenting? Once a teen is analyzed pregnant she has the huge decision to make whether she should keep the child and go on being a mother, or have an abortion and not deal with the problem at all. The options are which route to take. The two routes you have to choose from are having the child and being a teenage parent or having an abortion. There are many advantages and disadvantages to both of these routes. Getting rid of the whole situation is one of the advantages to having an abortion. Sometimes when the teen is analyzed pregnant she automatically goes into a fear and doesn’t know what to do. When she doesn’t think she can deal with a child at the young age she is at, her advantage would be to get an abortion. Another advantage is relief from parenting. There are more advantages to keeping the baby rather than killing the baby by aborting it. If the girl chooses to go on with her pregnancy she will get to watch the child grow and settled.
Eventually, I can say about abortion as nowadays this issue is increasing rapidly among youth because they are not strong enough to face problems in their daily life. If they find difficulty in their life, then they attempt to do this kind of crime.