The mother has had plenty of time to live and experience the world , the fetus hasn't even begun yet. The fetus should be able to have a life too. Who knows what that person could do for the world? Maybe it could be the next Einstein or even the next Beethoven.
A fetus can't ethically be chosen over its dying mother. I believe fetuses are people, but of course so are their mothers. If a woman will die if she doesn't get an abortion, then it would be immoral and unfair to deny her the opportunity to live. However I dislike this question because it's so obvious what everyone's going to pick. Who would say yes to this? This is really the only situation I can think of in which an abortion would be acceptable
Honestly we are losing a life anyway. Its also depends...Does the mother have any other children? She cannot leave them motherless right? And maybe the mother and her husband wants to try again. Who are we to deny them a proper family?
I believe it is the mother's choice them. I mean what if the father is dead? The who will raise the would be child? There is too many factors and I believe no one can force the mother to sacrifice her life.
It is her choice and we should respect whatever she choses.
If there is a pregnancy complication killing the mother, chances are she's actively dying and won't survive until the due date anyways. Either the baby is old enough to survive on its own and gets delivered by C-section, or it's not and it gets aborted. Denying an abortion to give the struggling fetus "a chance" is only going to result in two dead bodies.