Access to family planning care is limited in many areas, resulting in unplanned pregnancy. Some women admit they had difficulty getting proper gynecological care, became pregnant, and had difficulty getting prenatal care. Well woman exams are vital for all. As for the fallacy of "just use birth control" to prevent an unwanted pregnancy, the only 100% reliable method is ABSTINENCE. Some have commented that a woman should give birth and place the child for adoption. Again, that is presuming adequate prenatal care is available. Some women are unable to work while pregnant - I don't see anyone raising their hand to support them while they carry an unwanted child. Our foster care and child welfare systems are overworked. I may not want an abortion myself, but I can not support hindering a woman's ability to get one, or receive critical gynecological care.