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Other Outcomes Death from any cause occurred in 17 patients in the lenient-control group , as compared with 18 in the strict-control group . Death from noncardiovascular causes happened in 8 individuals in the lenient-control group as compared with 7 in the strict-control group. At the end of the follow-up period, 129 of 283 individuals in the lenient-control group and 126 of 274 patients in the strict-control group had symptoms associated with atrial fibrillation : dyspnea , fatigue , and palpitations . In addition, at the final end of the follow-up period, in the lenient-control group and the strict-control group, 70.0 percent and 70.4 percent of individuals, respectively, were in NY Center Association functional class I, 23.3 percent and 23.4 percent were in class II, and 6.7 percent and 6.2 percent were in class III .Financial problems are often a reason too Abortion also becomes a necessity when the mother by itself or the mother and father both are unable to afford the child at the moment or have a kid already and can not have the ability to support yet another child. Insufficient support plays a part too Many women go for abortion when they do not get suitable support from the father or are too young to bear a kid alone. Also woman who are unmarried but pregnant, go for the abortion to flee the shame connected with it. When there’s risk to the child In many cases, advanced technology detects main defects in the unborn kid, if any, and these arrive in the early lab tests during pregnancy. If the doctor shows that the unborn child will not be able to lead a normal lifestyle or be born with physical and mental defects, many lovers consider abortion a necessity then.