According to the Louisiana Department of Health:
Complications associated with an abortion or having many abortions may make it difficult to have children.
But it doesn't say exactly how risky it is.
Additionally, according to the National Health Service (UK), there's a risk to fertility which they describe as "very small", but they don't give an exact number.
The NHS states:
Having an abortion will not affect your chances of becoming pregnant and having normal pregnancies in the future
Then it confuses me by stating that it can affect future pregnancies (perhaps they made a mistake earlier):
There's a very small risk to your fertility and future pregnancies if you develop a womb infection that is not treated quickly. The infection could spread to your fallopian tubes and ovaries – known as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
PID can increase the risk of infertility or ectopic pregnancy, where an egg implants itself outside of the womb.
Are there any exact data on fertility after such procedures?
Edit: To clarify my question.
What percentage of women get fertility issues related to abortion complications?
E.g. Out of 930,000 women who had an abortion in 2020, how many are expected to have reduced fertility?
Sorry for any confusion I might have caused.