I’ve found that a high fruitarian or high carb low fat whole foods vegan diet is healthiest, puts me in better control of mind (urges), body (hormones), and spirit, would produce a healthier baby, and may help avoid a spontaneous abortion (info below). I also read online about an economical choice that may be needed after sexual assault or rape: take high-dose Vitamin C every hour for 24 hours to prevent egg from being fertilized and implanted in the uterus. More ways to avoid pregnancy are do not drink alcohol or take drugs especially not with strange men, keep yourself safe, learn self-defense, be aware of surroundings, and learn to be happy by yourself via fruitarian or vegan diet , sunbathing, yoga, exercise, volunteer work, etc, and if needed a rescued dog for companionship and protection. The natural fertility method of tracking monthly menstrual cycle and fertile mucous described in Your Fertility Signals works well. The book, Our Bodies, Ourselves details women’s health and personal choices. The bible even describes how to end pregnancy using an herbal drink. There are more books for women here.
“Note that “around half of all fertilized eggs die and are lost spontaneously, usually before the woman knows she is pregnant (ie: a missed period followed by heavy flow). Among women who know they are pregnant, 15 to 20 out of every 100 will have a miscarriage. Most miscarriages occur during the first 7 weeks of pregnancy.”
Common recognized causes include:
Abnormal fetal development.
Genetically balanced parental translocation.
Incompetent cervix (second trimester).
Endocrine – eg, luteal phase deficiency, polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Most miscarriages are caused by chromosome problems that make it impossible for the baby to develop. Usually, these problems are not related to the mother’s or father’s genes.
Other possible causes of miscarriage include:
Drug and alcohol abuse
Exposure to environmental toxins
Physical problems with the mother’s reproductive organs
Problem with the body’s immune response
Serious body-wide diseases in the mother (such as uncontrolled diabetes)