Drugs are causing the spike in abortions, and doctors are now worried about their effect on the unborn child.
In a new report, the Institute of Reproductive Health says that the number of abortions recorded in India in 2014 has more than doubled in the past three years.
The report says that at least 2.3 million abortions were recorded between 2013 and 2015, and that the rate has increased every year since.
It’s believed that the rise in the number is the result of the rise of abortion pills, which are injected into the cervix to induce abortions.
According to the report, India has the highest number of unsafe abortions in the world, with at least 5 million women who are unable to terminate their pregnancies due to pregnancy complications.
Women who take the abortion pills suffer from low birth weight and are at risk of low birth-weight babies.
Dr. Prashant Kothari, the institute’s founder, said that the rising number of illegal abortions could have a long-term impact on India’s health system.
“A lot of these women are not taking the abortion pill.
We are also talking about people who are taking the antiplatelet medication.
These women have been given pills to induce abortion, and it is because of this that they are pregnant,” he told Quartz.
The institute’s report also found that one in three women who have abortions are on anti-depressants.
In 2017, India recorded 4,865,000 abortions, with 5.5 million women undergoing an abortion.
India has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the developed world.
The government has also launched an anti-abortion campaign.
The campaign, called ‘Abortion for All’ has been launched in five cities in the country.
According the campaign, all women can take a pill containing an antiplatelline drug to induce an abortion if they are not sure of their fertility or are on any other medications.
The anti-platellin drug, which is also known as levonorgestrel, is approved by the FDA for the treatment of infertility and has a long history of use in the United States and Europe.
In India, it has been used since 2009 for women suffering from severe depression and anxiety.
In the United Kingdom, levonorgyline is also approved for the use of levonolactone.
The Pillars of Hope: Anti-Abortion Pill Dr. Kotharari said that it is not only the women who suffer from the increase in abortion pills that need to be concerned.
“We are also worried about the impact on the foetus, especially because the pill can be injected into women’s cervix, which could lead to complications,” he said.
The authors of the report said that India is a country where more than a third of pregnancies end in abortion, as per the WHO.
The country has more abortions per capita than any other country in the region.