Abortion seems to have had little effect on mental health of woman
Undergoing an abortion seems to be little to no effect on the mental health of a woman. Women who have an abortion are committing experienced no more depression, anxiety or dissatisfaction with life than other women.
Researchers followed almost a thousand women from different American states for a period of five years.
The women were at various times after requesting an abortion followed. The first conversation took place a week after the request, then it was every half year contact with them again. In total, the researchers eleven times in five years time with the women.
Not all women in the study participated were actually an abortion. Some women were after their application turned away because they are too long were pregnant. They were still an abortion at a different clinic, or sawing of the abortion.
The women who refused, were faced with stress and other psychological complaints. Those complaints, however, were short-lived: six months later, had the women been there for no more trouble.