That can cost thousands of dollars, Eb. This link says $20,000 to $50,000 per.
How real an option is that. Will you favor Orphanages for the medically, mentally, physically handicapped babies with less "curb appeal"?
Forced birth will flood the adoption market with uncountable fetal alcohol children.
FASD Signs and Symptoms:
FASDs refer to a collection of diagnoses that represent the range of effects that can happen to a person who was exposed to alcohol before birth. These conditions can affect each person in different ways, and can range from mild to severe.
A person with an FASD might have:
Low body weight
Difficulty with attention
Difficulty in school (especially with math)
Speech and language delays
Intellectual disability or low IQ
Poor reasoning and judgment skills
Sleep and sucking problems as a baby
Vision or hearing problems
Problems with the heart, kidneys, or bones
Small head size
Abnormal facial features.
If a woman is victim of forced birth, we should assume that prenatal care will, in a number cases, will be poorly handled.
Are taxpayers to foot the bill when these kids with severe behavior disabilities who cant be successfully placed?