Why does Pakistan have low contraception and high abortion rates?
Stringent abortion laws and the taboos associated with the practice often lead women to seek out unsafe methods.
Zofeen T. Ebrahim
Published Sept 26, 2017
Thirty-six year old Sadaf Saeed, mother of a toddler was both “relieved and saddened” by the “extreme step” of terminating her pregnancy.
She was on the pill, as she was not planning on having a second child and therefore completely devastated after she found out she was pregnant. “We were at a complete loss,” she admitted.
The “decision” was the “most difficult” Saeed said and hopes “I hope I don't ever have to do this again,” she said.
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