"You might not ever know what caused an ectopic pregnancy. But you are higher risk if you have:<quoted text>You're not very bright, nor can you follow a simple conversation. You made a statement that every pregnancy put's the woman's health at risk, or something to that effect, yet you claim a design. Until modern medicine fixed this terrible "design", the rate of deaths of mother and child were astronomical. Your "designer" was a mass murderer of the unborn and the pregnant woman.
How you got anything to do with abortion out of that is perplexing. But, then again, there is no intelligence within you. If I were to design a life form, it certainly wouldn't have the inherent flaws so prevalent in nature. Prior to modern surgery, ectopic pregnancy usually resulted in the death of the mother and child. Even today, the child must be aborted in the case of such pregnancies. This is a glaring flaw that points to natural selection, not design.
The evolution of our large brains causes major complications in many pregnancies. Prior to C-sections, a head that was too large for the pelvic opening would result in the death of both mother and baby.
There are a host of things that point to natural selection but the complications of pregnancy are the most glaring. Your insults prove one thing, at least. You're a weak stick intellectually and morally.
Use of an intrauterine device (IUD), a form of birth control, that is inserted at the time of conception
History of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
Sexually-transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and gonorrhea
Congenital abnormality (problem present at birth) of the fallopian tube
History of pelvic surgery (because scarring may block the fertilized egg from leaving the fallopian tube)
History of ectopic pregnancy
Unsuccessful tubal ligation (surgical sterilization) or tubal ligation reversal
Use of fertility drugs
Infertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF)"
Looks more like a behavioral and maintenance issue more than design.