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Significant cervical lacerations requiring sutures occur in at least one percent of first trimester abortions.Lesser lacerations, or micro fractures, which would normally not be treated may also result in long term reproductive damage.According to the best record based study of deaths following pregnancy and abortion, a 1997 government funded study in Finland, women who abort are approximately four times more likely to die in the following year than women who carry their pregnancies to term.In addition, women who carry to term are only half as likely to die as women who were not pregnant.Latent post-abortion cervical damage may result in subsequent cervical incompetence, premature delivery, and complications of labor.The risk of cervical damage is greater for teenagers, for second trimester abortions, and when practitioners fail to use laminaria for dilation of the cervix. However the majority of complications take time to develop and will not be apparent for days, months or even years.Major risks and complications of abortion are described, with citations to the medical literature, below.
 (Click here for details on the latest research regarding abortion associated deaths.) The leading causes of abortion related maternal deaths within a week of the surgery are hemorrhage, infection, embolism, anesthesia, and undiagnosed ectopic pregnancies.They're the dynasties, the establishment, the families with hundreds of film and television credits to their multigenerational names, and as the Hedren-Griffith-Johnsons, Kohans, Ladds and others in THR's exclusive portfolio reveal, they're just now getting started.Printable Fact Sheets Psychological Complications More articles and research on abortion risks Abortion Approximately 10% of women undergoing induced abortion suffer from immediate complications, of which one-fifth (2%) were considered major. Between 2 and 3% of all abortion patients may suffer perforation of their uterus, yet most of these injuries will remain undiagnosed and untreated unless laparoscopic visualization is performed. Such an examination may be useful when beginning an abortion malpractice suit.