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  • Writer's pictureGeorgia Health Professionals for Reproductive Justice

Getting pregnant for me is a life or death situation

Due to a previous myomectomy, if I became pregnant I would have an increased risk of uterine rupture and death. I have therefore chosen not to have children. However, due to medical conditions hormonal birth control is also a major risk. Therefore, getting pregnant for me is a life or death situation. Not to mention I'M BLACK! Reproductive health saves lives!

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