Will having an abortion (or more than one) hurt a woman's chances of having children in the future? The short answer is yes, it might. Complications that can arise from induced abortion, such as infection and damage to the uterus, are a main cause of future fertility risk to women. There are other factors and concerns as well. Read on to learn more.
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