There are innate risks and unpredictable risks. Pregnancy carries the innate risk of hemorrhage, eclampsia, diabetic shock, etc; it is inherent in the process. That doesn't mean it will happen to every woman, but it CAN happen to ANY woman, even those who have successfully had other kids.
Getting hit by a meteor while getting the mail is an unpredictable risk; the odds are so greatly against it that it is irrelevant.
You have the right to avoid risks as you see them.
<quoted text>Every thing you do carries risk, and even not doing some things involve risk. If you walk out to the street corner to get your mail, you are taking a risk that a car or a person doesn't come by and get you or that you don't trip and fall on a fallen branch, and not going out to get the mail you take a risk that you won't get enough vitamen D. So you claiming that every pregnancy involves risk really doesn't mean much especially when you consider that the life resulting from pregnancy has the potential to do so much good for the pregnant mother. There is a thing called love that is something that grows from the lives of both the mother and child.
As for the babies being ripped and torn apart in the womb that is true, and sometimes the the baby is delivered whole, but dead, either way the result is the same, a dead baby is delivered and your side can no longer hide that fact.