Side effects for both medical and surgical abortions include: cramping, bleeding, nausea, diarrhea, and pain.
Although rare, other risks may include: hemorrhage (life-threatening, heavy bleeding), infection, damage to organs (tearing or puncture by abortion instruments during surgical abortion), pre-term birth in later pregnancies, and life-threatening anesthesia complications (surgical abortion).
Some women experience a range of long-term adverse psychological and emotional effects. If you are a person of faith you may also be more at risk for guilt and/or depression-like symptoms if your decision to abort conflicts with your spiritual beliefs.
Michigan’s Informed Consent for Abortion law was created by Public Act 133 of 1993. This law requires that certain information be made available to a woman who is seeking an abortion at least 24 hours prior to the abortion procedure. The information is designed to provide a woman with accurate and unbiased information on the procedure she is about to undertake. You must be 18 years of age unless a written consent of one parent/legal guardian or a judicial waiver (court order) of parental consent from probate court. Michigan also requires verification of pregnancy and gestational age and has ultrasound requirements prior to an abortion. In addition, it is illegal for someone to pressure or coerce you to have an abortion. (read more: to links http://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs & https://lozierinstitute.org/new-michigan-laws-deter-punish-coerced-abortion/