Do you regret taking the abortion pill?
Maybe you panicked after taking the abortion pill as you have new emotions arising about it all. Maybe you’re asking yourself questions like, “What did I just do?” “What if I want to keep my baby now?” “Can I undo this?”
Many women realize they want to continue their pregnancy after taking the abortion pill. You could have chosen abortion because you were afraid or pressured by your partner or family? No matter the reason – there is still a chance that you can save your baby and continue your pregnancy safely.
Get abortion Pill Reversal Today
The key to effectively reversing the effects of the abortion pill is doing it as soon as possible – within 24 hours ideally. The sooner you begin the abortion pill reversal method – the greater the chances of success. It’s important to note that this reversal is only possible if only the first abortion drug, Mifepristone, was taken. If the second pill, Misoprostol was taken – unfortunately, it’s too late.
If you are still hesitating reversal – trust your gut and get started today. Call the Abortion Pill Rescue Network at 1-877-558-0333 to request an abortion pill reversal. You are not on this journey alone.
Are you over 24 hours? Though the reversal protocol is within 24 hours for reversal, the Abortion Pill Rescue Network has seen successful reversals when treatment started within 72 hours of taking the first abortion pill. So don’t hesitate and get started.
Is Abortion Pill Reversal Safe?
Yes – it’s safe! Progesterone reverses the effects of the abortion pill, and according to the American Pregnancy Association, Progesterone has safely been used in pregnancy for over 50 years. Progesterone hasn’t been associated with any birth defects.
The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) reveals that the abortion pill reversal process is safe and more effective than “seeing what happens” without the second medication, misoprostol.
How Does It Work?
The first drug used in the abortion pill process is called Mifepristone – which works to block the womb from absorbing progesterone, preventing the embryo from staying implanted or growing. Then Misoprostol (the second drug) makes the uterus contract and expels the contents of the pregnancy.
The abortion pill process involves releasing a good amount of progesterone into a pregnant woman’s body. Since Mifepristone worked to block the progesterone from absorbing, extra progesterone is needed to outcompete the available binding spaces within the womb.
Talk to us today if you still have questions. Again, call the Abortion Pill Rescue Network at 1-877-558-0333 to request an abortion pill reversal.
You can do this and there is hope for your pregnancy.