Pregnant Women’s Health Centre has published its latest report, outlining the probable cause for an arrest for abortion.
The report states that:In the first 24 hours of pregnancy, pregnant women are at increased risk of suffering complications related to their condition, such as infection, bleeding, and ectopic pregnancy.
The risk of complications is greater if a woman is not in an appropriate position for the procedure and if she has not received all of the necessary care, such care including appropriate analgesics and intravenous fluids, as well as appropriate and appropriate medical and surgical interventions.
If a woman has been arrested for an abortion, she will be detained for up to 21 days, unless she can show that the abortion was legal, and the woman is at a lower risk for miscarriage and other complications.
Pregnancy is a highly personal decision for a woman and can be difficult and traumatic.
PregnaWomen’s Health Services, which runs the clinic in the CBD, states that its aim is to give all pregnant women with the most complicated medical conditions a full and compassionate abortion.
Pregnancy is an individual decision that requires personalised and respectful care, which is provided by a team of experienced staff and an experienced medical consultant.