Georgia’s six-week abortion ban could impact medical treatment for women who miscarry

Following the reversal of Roe v. Wade, there have been reports of patients in the U.S. experiencing hurdles in receiving standard surgical procedures or medication for miscarriage care. The increased risk of criminal penalties means physicians may turn women away who seek treatment for a miscarriage.”A lot of people don’t find out they’re pregnant until after six weeks, and there’s not a lot that you can do,” Sage said. “So, if you don’t find out until say like eight weeks and if doctors are afraid to intervene, even if the pregnancy isn’t viable, I have a feeling there’s going to be a lot more miscarriages that are going to have to do the wait-it-out approach.”

Source: Georgia’s six-week abortion ban could impact medical treatment for women who miscarry

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