The mother's life is in danger in all pregnancies. Not to mention the physical damage, pain and suffering, that is inevitable. I have met very few people - I think maybe none - who really believe that a ten day embryo is a baby. That alleged belief is contradicted by every other related behavior and circumstance of the alleger's life, usually. Check out the cemetary at the local "pro-life" church, for the rows of tiny headstones for the early miscarriages. They should be at least 10% of the graves. Try to get a Catholic priest to give last rites to an early miscarriage fished out of the plumbing, and bury it in the Church cemetary. Try to get a murder, manslaughter, or even improper disposal of a body, conviction for someone who simply flushes an early miscarriage down the toilet - while it was alive! A local Catholic hospital refuses to perform abortions. Early miscarriages ? Medical waste. They used to dispose of even fairly late stillbirths and such in the incinerator, until the pro-choicers pointed out the oddity, then they rethought their policies and established "respectful" treatment of such remains - but they didn't think of that themselves. Apparently they hadn't noticed that a baby is a baby is a baby when they had a dead one in their hands, for decades. A baby who drowns in the toilet, on the other hand - - - much different story. I recall a town somewhere digging up a storm drain more than ten feet down to retrieve the body of a small child swept away in rainstorm. So if anyone really believes that an early embryo is a baby, a human being like any walking around, then they can hold the indicated opinions. But the pro-lifers in general are up to something quite different.