Just as one would think, the procedure is emotionally taxing, and could be physically destructive. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI, 2018), physical risks include future pregnancy risks such as complications and infertility, risk of cancer, and premature death. Mentally, an abortion could cause depression, anxiety, and the paranoia involved with the stigma of having an abortion. After all, it is a trauma.
Everything you stated in this paragraph is untrue. You posted a study that you didn't read. From the very study you posted:
Women who had undergone both early and late abortions had a lower risk of hypertension in pregnancy compared with women in their first pregnancy.
The authors found no association between D&E and abnormal placentation.
No association was found between multiple medication abortions (n = 1,267) and preterm birth.
The analysis found no association between a history of abortion and breast cancer; compared with women with no prior abortion
Results from the Turnaway study suggest that there are few psychiatric consequences of abortion, including risk of depression, anxiety, or PTSD. At 2 years, women who had received an abortion had similar or lower levels of depression and anxiety than women denied an abortion