I don't adhere to your premise that pregnancy somehow imbues women with some life or death dominion over another human, particularly in light of the fact that said women failed to avoid becoming pregnant despite their stated desire to avoid the condition.<quoted text>So is the issue.
On one hand, there are already regulations and restrictions, which are not being enforced. On the other, there are recognized rights to medical and bodily autonomy, which cannot be trumped by 'another', be it a potential child, or a realized one....or a grown adult, for that matter.
Abortion is not just black and white for the person who is pregnant. To believe it is, is a male luxury which women do not have - seeing as how we're the ones who are actually faced with it.
Abortion is a responsible course of action, when faced with potentially bringing an unwanted born child into the world. Frankly, I would rather see 10 women abort, than one more abused, abandoned, exploited, ignored, malnourished, molested, or unloved BORN CHILD.
Every child a wanted child. Why is that such an anaethema to you?
This being said, the same woman also doesn't acquire the singular ability to foretell the future of the unborn child via pregnancy, so there's no rationale for her to terminate it based upon (only) her version of what that future might be.