The Supreme Court overstepped its bounds when it found a constitutional right to abortion. No such right exists in the plain language of the Constitution. At the same time, the Constitution was not intended to enumerate every right, which are reserved by the 10th Amendment to the states and to the people if they are not stated explicitly in the constitutional text.
With that context, a woman has the right to terminate a pregnancy that threatens her life or health, or that was the product of rape or incest. She does not have the right to terminate a pregnancy when the fetus would be viable outside the womb.