Abortion and Birth Control
Abortion is permitted where the mother's health is in imminent danger. In addition, before the fetus attains personhood, that is during the first 120 days, abortion is permissible if the woman would stop lactating for another child. Rape is also a valid reason for abortion if there is a fear of psychological damage and problems that could lead to physical symptoms. Birth control is also permissible if the prescribed method does not have any adverse impact on the health of either spouse and if it does not lead to permanent sterilization.