Dr ted weaver talks to fran kelly about abortion in Australia and the views of the woman who was the first to give birth to a baby girl

Dr ted weaver talks to fran kelly about abortion in Australia and the views of the woman who was the first to give birth to a baby girl.

“There are two kinds of abortions. One is when you know there is no risk to the baby but there is no risk of harm to the woman.”

Fran is a former NSW Police officer who had two children through IVF, giving birth to twins – but said it could be risky.

“In the most dangerous situations where you don’t have a chance for a life other than life, I would say use common sense,” he said.

“The other two I think are safe but there is always a risk there so it’s always a question of how you choose to do the procedures.”

He said doctors should always check with the women before giving the procedure and also make sure they are told “if there are issues, problems” ahea바카라사이트d of time.

“It’s always important to get all of your medical experts on board with that, there is a lot of issues we’ve got to deal with over a long period,” he said.

Fertility doctors are advising women to avoid having abortion if there are any risks.

Professor Gary Daley, founder of The Fertility Centre of Australia, said a woman’s right to choose should not be dictated to her, only taken into account.

Professor Daley said he did not see why a woman would feel co바카라erced into having an abortion as he believed the mother has a right to express and decide her thoughts about the matter.

He warned that if people wanted more women to be informed about the procedure, they should also know the risks before going.

“The question is, why?,” he said.

“It’s obviously not a practical issue with an IVF procedure to have information about the risks of IVF and how it’s being done if it’s good and it’s not, how much pain or all the other unpleasantness that can c바카라사이트ome of it and we know the mother is in a position to make those decisions.

“As for not carrying it out, obviously that’s a decision for her and that should be taken before she knows if it’s OK for her to carry on with it if it’s a choice she makes herself.

“But if you look at the whole thing, the risks are much smaller compared to the risk of dying from an injury that happens.”

Topics: health, women, womens-health, australia

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