I don�t want to give birth to a baby with a broken pelvis.
I don �t want my partner to die either.
But the reality is that I can�t bear it any more.
I have seen women who are pregnant, I�ve seen women with children, I have seen pregnant women who have no idea of the possibility of being left behind, even if they�re going to be the mothers of their babies, said Sanjay Kumar, a member of the Babies and Children�s Association of India (BCAI).
It is a common misconception that all women are helpless.
The reality is, women are vulnerable, said Kumar.
The most vulnerable people are women, because they have to carry pregnancies in their bodies for the rest of their lives.
The fact that we�re living in a society where we can�ll have one child, even two children, is an important factor in the decisions that are being made, he said.
We have to face the reality that we are at a critical point in the development of our children, he added.
The BCAI has been organising workshops to talk about maternal and fetal health and how to cope with maternal and foetal complications.
It is also encouraging doctors to give the women a proper assessment.