How to measure abortion statistics

Abortion statistics have been getting a lot of attention this year.

It’s a topic I’m not really familiar with, so I figured I’d put together some of the best information I could find on the topic.

If you’re new to this topic, it can be confusing because it’s very, very subjective.

That’s why I’m going to try and provide some of my best opinions on how to measure and report on abortion statistics.

This article will be divided into three parts.

Part 1 will focus on measuring abortion statistics, but if you’re looking for information on other types of statistics, you can go to the Abortion Statistics Resources page for some great info.

The other two parts will be a little more in-depth, so if you want a little bit more detail, I recommend reading the articles I mentioned earlier on this topic.

But before we get started, let’s talk a little about what the term “abortion” means.

The term “abortions” is usually used when talking about a woman who is seeking an abortion.

It describes the procedure that is being carried out.

For example, if a woman is looking for an abortion after she has a miscarriage, it might be a doctor who is administering the procedure.

If a woman has an abortion, then she is probably getting an abortion because of a rape or incest or some other reason.

If that’s the case, then there’s no “abortion.”

It would be more accurate to say that a woman “gets an abortion” when she is seeking to end her pregnancy.

The procedure that she is terminating, called “abortion”, is a medical procedure.

The abortion is a type of medical procedure that can be performed by doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals.

In this article, I will focus only on abortion numbers, because those are the only types of data that I’m interested in.

In fact, it’s the only type of data I’m looking at.

So let’s start with the abortion statistics first.

If I have an abortion and I’m a new user, I should expect to get an abortion rate that’s pretty low.

That doesn’t mean I should have an easy time accessing abortions, but I should be able to get a good number of them.

Let’s start by looking at the abortion rates for 2016 and the first three months of 2017.

In 2016, there were nearly 2.3 million abortions performed.

The number of abortions rose from about 1.7 million in January of that year to about 2.4 million in February.

The year also saw a dramatic increase in the number of “pre-viability” abortions.

These are procedures that are performed before a woman can get pregnant and before she can get an ultrasound, or if she’s pregnant, before her body is ready to give birth.

In these cases, a woman could potentially end up having an abortion right away, so the abortion rate is high.

However, there was a dip in the numbers during the second half of 2016.

There was a drop from about 3.2 million abortions in February of that same year to 2.2.3.

During the first half of 2017, the abortion number increased by about 1 million.

That was probably because there were more pre-viabilities in that period, which is when most abortions are performed.

What this means is that more women were getting abortions than they were during the first few months of the year.

Let me explain why this is important.

Pre-viables are when a woman’s body is very much ready to deliver.

For many women, pre-pregnancy looks like pregnancy.

In that moment, they are very much at home and very much healthy and active.

They’re not pregnant.

However as soon as a pregnancy develops, things start changing.

In the first six months of pregnancy, most women are usually on their period.

By the time they reach the sixth month, they’re often not fully aware of pregnancy and their body is still not ready to take a pregnancy.

This means that a lot more women are going through a period of discomfort, and it also means that there’s a significant decrease in the abortion numbers during that period.

When the first pre-natal period begins, there are several things that happen: A pregnancy is detected.

An ultrasound is performed.

A woman is told that she has two options: She can go back to her doctor for an ultrasound or go to an emergency room.

A doctor might have to perform an ultrasound to determine if there is a problem.

A lot of women will choose to go to a doctor and ask for an appointment.

A very small number will choose not to go, but that’s OK because there’s still a lot to learn about their bodies.

The woman may also need an ultrasound that will reveal that she’s having a pre-term pregnancy.

Some women may have an ultrasound at the beginning of the pregnancy, and then the ultrasound will be performed after the pregnancy is over.

But it’s important to

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