Which have been ignored.
The female body goes through substantive changes during pregnancy and 'aborting' the process leaves the body with trying to 'undo' the mess on a speeded up schedule.
The hormones, chemicals, energy in the body that would normally be used up during the process of producing a live baby are left to run wild in the system.
The breasts respond to the process of birth by preparing milk to nurture the baby. Aborting the baby may lead to the breasts producing unfully developed milk that just sits in the breast and leads to what we call 'cancer' (when more cells die than are created).
Medicine (modern medicine, anyway) does not give therapies or medicines that would reverse the process that occurs during pregnancy and return the female's body processes back to 'normal'. Ergo...
Great post. You put into words what I always suspected the health risks were with women who aborted their children.
When I was first married, the stupid doctor gave me a prescription for the morning after pill and when I read the side effects, I tore up the little piece of paper. I still have a bit of a hate-on towards that insensitive creep who didn’t go over all the things that could go wrong with that damned pill!
Women have been suckered by self-centered, sex-crazed men, lesbians, communists, like Betty Freidan, and just plain stupid jackasses into the whole pill/abortion argument.
The breasts respond to the process of birth by preparing milk to nurture the baby. Aborting the baby may lead to the breasts producing unfully developed milk that just sits in the breast and leads to what we call ‘cancer’ (when more cells die than are created).
I normally stay out of contraception threads, as there are some places where I disagree with the majority of posters here, but:
It is the other way around. Cancer is out of control cell growth and division, usually forming tumors. The pre milk stuck in the mammary ducts provides an ideal nutrient for accelerated cell growth and replacement. There is a small but statistically significant correlation between bottle feeding and breast cancer, for a similar reason (I’ll try find the study)
When more cells die than are created, it is called necrosis, and has a cascading effect. Prime example of that would be gangrene.
I never heard about "unfully developed milk" causing cancer in medical school, and frankly, it sounds more than a bit strange. Where is the medical research that backs up this statement?
Breast milk never causes cancer.