1 in 3 Women Have Depression After Abortion

by | Nov 29, 2023

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One in three women who undergo an abortion will suffer from depression following their choice, The Washington Stand reported in November.

The research cited by the outlet came from a scholarly review of global data tracking women post-abortion. “[T]he occurrence of post-abortion depression was found to be highly prevalent,” the analysis revealed. “Individuals who have undergone an abortion should receive additional care and psychological support from healthcare providers, as well as their spouse, family, and community.”

“The findings revealed that the worldwide prevalence of post-abortion depression was estimated to be 34.5%,” the analysis continued. (LEARN MORE: Ohio’s Issue 1 Gives More Rights To Predators Than Parents) 

Nothing Normal About It

While each nation varied in its response rates, the authors noted rates of depression for women who’ve had an abortion can be as high as 85 percent. “Depression is a major public health concern, with women being twice as likely as men to experience depression during their lifetime. Depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide,” the study noted. (LEARN MORE: Biden-Harris Campaign Spends $25 Million On Pro-Abortion Ads)

“The new meta-analysis revealing that one in three women suffer serious depression after an abortion affirms what we all innately know to be true: Abortion goes against a woman’s very nature. From the moment of her child’s conception onward, a mother’s life will always exist in relationship to her child. That child is, and always will be, a part of her. Science demonstrates this very clearly,” Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council director Mary Szoch said of the results. “A mother’s own DNA is altered by the child she is carrying. A mother’s unborn child literally leaves behind an imprint in her mother’s DNA changing that mother’s DNA to include a part of the child.” (LEARN MORE: United Nations, WHO, Use Pandemic Declaration To Push Abortions, Experts Claim)

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