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The difficulty arises on the issue of balancing of one person' health against another person's life. Life and health do not get equated on a common platform.
The fact that the women's health would be endangered if the pregnancy is carried to the full term was not (until fairly, recently) recognized as a justification for abortion.
One such consideration is concerned with the conflict between the rights of the mother and the rights of the child.
The mothers right is allowed to prevail, in some situations.
Natural abortions is a very common phenomena and may occur due to many reasons, such as bad health, defect in generative organs of the mother, shocks, fear, joy, etc.
Accidental abortion very often takes place because of pathological reasons where pregnancy cannot be completed and the uterus empties before the maturity of fetus.
Technically, by definition, abortion is destruction of life after conception and before birth.
The law most undoubtedly authorizes the man who is under reasonable apprehension that his life is in danger or his body in risk of grievous hurt to inflict death upon his assailant even when the assault is attempted or directly threatened by the apprehension must be reasonable and the violence inflicted must not be greater than is reasonably necessary for the purpose of self defence.
The women's supposed superiority in his matter is jurisprudentially explained in terms of the "necessity" of the situation coupled with her right to self-defence.
To save the life or the health of the women, on a balance of probabilities, the lesser evil is looked upon as the limitation of the foetus to that of the mother.
For example, one view states 'to my mind life begins at the moment of conception, and to suggest otherwise seems to be casuistry.....conception is the magic moment......' another view states: 'I do not believe a fertilized ovum is human life in the common sense meaning of the term, I believe human life begins at birth.
Or more technically, when a foetus is sufficiently developed to be capable of living if removed from the mothers womb'.
However, literature reveals that life sciences have not offered any well-laid guidelines to determine these crucial questions.