why as a woman and mother I'm terrified to live in a post-roe world

My last post shared my feelings during the early days of my miscarriage earlier this yeara failed, very wanted pregnancy that thankfully passed without the need for additional medical intervention. Had the pregnancy not passed on its own, I had chosen to have a D&Ca medical procedure that is the most common method of early abortion.  

In today's post-Roe world, where elective abortion can be outlawed or heavily restricted, the health care choices I had when I miscarried will be nonexistent for millions of women. My miscarriage experience has provide me with a different lens in which to view the reality and rhetoric surrounding abortion laws. The overturning of Roe v. Wade today leaves me terrified to be a woman and mother in this country.