No, but that shouldn't relevant to the bolded part where I said that a fetus is not a conscious being.
I can expand on my previous post further by pointing out that children at the stage of having attained consciousness do not have the same rights as an adult. For example, children are not allowed to sign contracts without the co-signing of a parental figure.
What stage do you believe the fetus becomes conscious?.
It's long past the stage of fetus that a human gains consciousness. Babies don't possess much consciousness. It's only around the age of 3 years old that a human begins to have a proper stage of consciousness, i.e. events that have been experienced remain stored in the brain. While some people have memories (or believe to have them) that date back to being approximately 2.5 years old, the vast majority has no recollection of the things that happened before the age of 3. This consciousness that begins to materialize at that age rapidly speeds up how fast a child can learn new things and it allows the child to better explain what they want in a given situation, how they feel etc.
The above doesn't mean that I'd consider it fine to kill babies. Where I draw the line for abortion is probably at about 3-4 months after conception; at that point I'd expect that women have noticed that they are pregnant and had enough time to think about it.