We don't tell someone who got injured in a car accident they can only get medical care if the injuries are life threatening or if they were hostage in the car. Otherwise they got into the car willingly knowing the risks out on the road and should be forced to live a lifetime with a broken arm and crushed legs. And for the religious crowd ... well those crushed legs are obviously God's will. Halleluia. (ugh)
The bottom line is medical care is medical care is medical care. At some point it has to stop being about "abortion" and start being about "medical care". Me, my doctor, and if I don't want to pay out of pocket, my insurer. That's it.
The role of government is to make sure the people and facilities providing care are well equipped and qualified to do their jobs. Government also has a roll in making access to medical care possible for the vast majority of Americans ( a role I'd like to see expanded).
If women are concerned about the morality of certain types of medical care perhaps we can channel that into making sure every woman has access to basic medical care for herself and her children. Decent food, education, housing. A good job. A safe place to go for help to get out of abuse. A justice system that actually punishes coercion.