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#5 - locke (09/24/2016) [-]
clickhole might as well be renamed SatireWeekly.
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#6 - I can understand abortions, but miscarriages? They can happen …  [+] (4 replies) 09/24/2016 on not me +34
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#13 - limberlarry (09/24/2016) [-]
More than 50% of pregnancies result in miscarriage seriously so I think the justice system will have its work cut out it
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#21 - tropenthatshtup (09/24/2016) [-]
Hang on I'm gonna need a citation on that. As I was immediately able to find this
" Most pregnancies result in healthy babies (less than 20 percent end in miscarriage), says Karyn Morse, MD, an ob-gyn at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles." Parents.com

In an article titled Lies damned lies, about exaggerated miscarriage we have this data
"Miscarriages rates declined between 6 to 10 weeks, according to a study of 697 pregnancies with a confirmed fetal heartbeat:

9.4% at 6 weeks
4.6% at 7 weeks
1.5% at 8 weeks
0.5% at 9 weeks
0.7% at 10 weeks"
Tong S, Kaur A, Walker SP, Bryant V, Onwude JL, Permezel M. Miscarriage risk for asymptomatic women after a normal first-trimester prenatal visit. Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Mar;111(3):710-4. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e318163747c This is one of like 12 sources if I copy pasted all of them I would break the character limit.

Also I mean from a personal standpoint of the roughly 120 people I know who were born in my lifetime, I know of only one miscarriage. Not exactly using that as proof as I'm sure the viewpoint of one American doesn't relate well to rates in Poland.

Speaking of which, could you possibly mean 50% of perfnecies in Poland? That would make more sense though I still find it unlikely.
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#62 - limberlarry (09/25/2016) [-]
Its about 20% of known pregnancies, and as some quick googling to confirm informs me, somewhere between 30-50% of all pregnancies. Most miscarriages happen very early on, often before the mother is aware she is pregnant.


Follow their citations yourself if you want better confirmation
#57 - anon (09/24/2016) [-]
<20% end in miscarriage. That's just less than 1/5, otherwise they would have given a solid number, like 18%, instead of "less than 20". Now compare 1/5 chance of miscarriage with a dr saying "you have 1/5 chance of dying". Doesn't sound very good, right?

In regards to the after 6 weeks statistics, think about that at 6 weeks 10% is gone. Still huge - especially if the state could go after you as a criminal for it. Next, that statistic, if you go to a scholarly source like the world health organization instead of a clickbait titled article on the web, you'll see that this takes into acount 0 risk factors, such as age of the woman, age of the man (yep this one matters), or even past pregnancies. Now think about how bad it is if any of those risk factors are included.