Suraj launched ‘Abortion Justice’ on Sunday, in partnership with charity Tommy – for better abortion care. The title calls on its readers to sign a petition calling on the government to reform the system.
We want better facilities for women after each miscarriage and not just three and provide mental health support where necessary. We are calling for an end to the postcode lottery so that tests and treatment are standardized across the country and that high-risk women receive better care from the start.
Every year 250,000 women in the UK suffer from abortion – but none of them are eligible for specialist treatment unless they have lost three pregnancies in a row.
We are demanding: Better facilities should be available after each abortion, not after three in a row. Mental health support should be provided where necessary. End the postcode lottery to standardize testing and treatment across the UK, and better care for high-risk women from the start.
Tommy’s CEO Jane Bryon, who is the largest charity in the UK and conducts research on the causes of abortion, miscarriage and premature birth, said: “Many readers will be affected by abortion. So we hope they will support us. The government should change the system. It is great that the sun supports our calls on Sundays to help families get their care and support.
Research has shown that globally, at least 15% of pregnancies end in abortion, affecting one in ten women.
Abortion can have a profound psychological effect on both parents, nearly quadrupling the risk of suicide, doubling the chances of depression and increasing the risk of anxiety.
As a result, the chances of miscarriage increase by about 10% each time and women are at higher risk of heart disease and blood clots, and future pregnancies ending in premature birth or eternal birth. The risk increases.
Black women have a 40% higher risk of miscarriage than white women.
More than 20 maternity health organizations, including the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG), wrote a letter from Tommy to Matt Hancock, the UK’s Minister for Health. Signed, calling for a change in abortion care. United Kingdom.