What is post-abortion syndrome and what are its symptoms?
What does PAS stand for?
PAS stands for Post-Abortion Syndrome
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We have 688 other meanings of PAS in our Acronym Attic
- Policyholder and Agency Systems (insurance)
- Polish Academy of Sciences
- Pollution Abatement System
- Population Analysis Spreadsheets
- Portable Antiquities Scheme (UK)
- Portfolio Advisory Service (Fidelity)
- Portland Audubon Society
- Position Announcement System (Sprint)
- Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy
Samples in periodicals archive:
 Judging from the turnout at the conference I attended--several hundred participants--it would be valid to say that the post-abortion syndrome is one of the major social and medical issues in Poland and the meeting described is a mobilization of forces in light of a new epidemic.
When you talk about the humanity of the unborn child, the pain of post-abortion syndrome, the failure of our government to protect its most vulnerable citizens, your claims carry added weight because you have credibility, because you are like them.
She tells them about getting post-abortion syndrome and about contracting chlamydia and becoming infertile.
Their topics include moving beyond positivism and constructivism toward a "material-discursive-intrapsychic" approach, the social constructions of mentally disordered female offenders, sex bias in psychiatric diagnosis and its effects on confinement and the courts, the treatment of women in secure hospitals, the mental health effects of post-abortion syndrome publicity, the outcomes of women being referred to a mobile crisis intervention team, historical regulation of "insane" women murderers, battered women defending themselves from charges of homicide, madness and gender in New Zealand from 1870 to 1910, pigeonholing of women that continues into the current century, and the feminist anti-psychiatry praxis from a Canadian perspective.
And Post-Abortion Syndrome (PAS) claims have never got off the ground in Britain.
We know now that a lot of women are suffering from a medically-recognised post-abortion syndrome.
4 percent of the women surveyed have post-abortion syndrome (an estimated 560,000 women in the US).