Birth Control isn't a 100% guaranteed contraceptive: My wife is on the IUD, which has an effectiveness of 99%.
When you have sexual intercourse, you need to know that there is a possibility, no matter which contraception you use, that you can become pregnant — If condoms were properly used with the Birth Control, you make the chances even less likely and protect against STDs.
I'm not going to authorize or state that I feel abortion is alright; I am against abortion. When a woman has sex, she should be aware that pregnancy can occur, even if unlikely through various methods; she should not have sex if not financially ready.
Certain people will act like the fetus isn't alive; however, depending on when you have the abortion, the fetus could obviously be alive — At 20-plus weeks or less, the baby starts to respond to sensory input and more; abortions at that stage should only be for emergency situations and possibly genetic problems.
Should you have an abortion? In my view, no; you can put the baby up for adoption — it's not my choice, it's your choice and the fathers, though.
I am against abortion since it terminates a life from existing, regardless of if someone views the baby to be alive or not; the baby would have been born if not prevented through abortion — That is the purpose of abortion.
When the fetus is at 20-plus weeks, I am extremely against abortion since the fetus has developed enough to respond to stimuli and process information; you didn't state which stage you were at, but you should make up your mind before development progresses further.
Certain people believe that the fetus isn't alive and it's alright to abort him/her: I don't hold that view, but it's up to you to determine it for yourself.
Not only does waiting push the baby into territory where he/she is clearly alive, but late-term abortions, also, can affect a woman's health more: There was a study which showed that most of the late-term abortions were amongst young women who were indecisive and couldn't get funds up for the abortion fast enough.
If you are at a late-term, you should, especially, have the child and put him/her up for adoption if you don't want a child.
Take Care, With Love Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,