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I am 52 years old and, when I was 19, a decision was made that would change my life forever - I had an abortion. I’m seventeen and regretting the abortion I had six weeks ago. The day I 'terminated' my baby is the day my life changed forever. In January 2009, I realised I was pregnant - I am 22 and married. I'm 23 and recently had a surgical abortion at 6 weeks I had a medical abortion at 8.5 weeks. I met my partner in the first year of Uni (I was studying for my Zoology degree) and just before the second year of Uni began, I fell pregnant. I had an abortion three years ago and thought I had gotten over it. I'm a happily married Mum of two. I am 27 years old and found out recently I was pregnant. I had an abortion in December last year. I knew since the day I found out I was pregnant that I wanted to keep the baby, I still think of the abortion every day. I became pregnant by accident after a problem with the contraception I was on. Having just separated from our spouses, two months later we found out I was pregnant. In October last year I found out that I was pregnant. I was just about to turn 41 when I found out I was pregnant, already a mother to two teenagers. I found out just before Christmas that at the grand old age of 41, I was pregnant for the first time in my life. When I was 16, I dated a manipulative mentally abusive boyfriend. At 38, with four children, I couldn’t face another pregnancy I have read stories about people who regretted their abortions... Two weeks ago I had a Medical Abortion. When I found out I was pregnant it was a real blow. I had a surgical abortion on the 21st Feb. A week today I became pregnant at the very start of a relationship with someone just breaking up from his ex

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