Young women are starting to panic about the possible loss of Roe v. Wade. I don't think they need to. Let's not start feeling beaten down here. Unwanted pregnancies have been dealt with in the past, even when women felt more helpless and less empowered than they do today.
There will certainly be ways for women to get their hands on the morning after pill or abortion pills. Furthermore, I don't see why a trained nurse, or even a careful and skilled layperson, could not give early abortions with the proper equipment that she could get off the Internet, the suction apparatus, the cannulas. Later interventions would be a problem, however.
In any case, if women take charge of the matter and not let men make victims out of us, there is no need to fear that women will fall into the hands of butchers. This may mean breaking the law. So be it. The mayor's daughter may need these services, and the local pastor's mistress.
Affluent women, of course, will continue to have as few or as many children as they please, no matter what happens to Roe v. Wade.
I'm not talking here about women who are impoverished or repressed, here or in other countries. But their situation is not good now. You can't even begin to discuss a woman's right to choose unless she has other basic rights.
A lot of fear of the unknown is creeping into the discourse. We have to be sane and clear-eyed about all of this. I'm here speaking as a woman who has seen maybe not all of it but a lot of it over my lifetime.