Despite this manipulation is so widespread in medical practice, it is rather misleading to consider abortions to be completely safe. The moral and ethical side of this problem could be put aside, as the decision always remains only for the woman. What needs to be said in this case is the indisputable effect of abortion on female reproductive health. As it is obvious, this effect is sharply negative. The birth and gestation of a new life is a complex physiological, hormonal, biochemical process, accompanied by drastic changes in the female body, so the sudden abruption of transformations taking place almost always leads to a number of problems.

Hormonal disorders

From the moment of conception, the body of a woman is being rebuilt and changed. To ensure these transformations, the endocrine glands of a pregnant woman begin to function with enhanced productivity. There is a reconfiguration of the body, the main hormones begin to be produced in a different amount and ratio. The development of an embryo in the uterus triggers a complex genetic biological program, due to which the growth of a new organism occurs, the work of all organs and systems of the future mother is being altered according to new needs and capabilities.

As a rule, by the time a woman finds out about her pregnancy, these processes and programs have been already running and working intensively. Taking into account that procreation is the main task of any biological organism, it is not surprising that our body makes every effort for the successful development and birth of offspring, often sacrificing productivity of other systems for the sake of reproductive one.

An unexpected and artificial interruption of pregnancy violates the program embedded in the DNA for thousands of years, which inevitably affects woman's health. The endocrine system is quite labile, so the sudden elimination of an embryo cannot prevent hormones production sudden decrease. Erroneous disappearance of the developing fetal body, for which hormones are intended, leads to their spread to another organs and tissues, which guaranties an adverse effect. After abortion, the uterus and mammary glands keep on receiving excess doses of hormones which are toxic to an unpregnant female body.

For comparison, an example with athletes abused with anabolic steroids could be given. Such violence over the body leads to an increased synthesis of its own sex hormones and leads to overstimulation of all systems and misfunction of organs.

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