Yes, you can. A process exists for women unhappy with their decision to terminate a pregnancy. However, it is essential to act quickly to save the pregnancy. If you have taken the first dose of the abortion pill within the last 72 hours, you have a chance to reverse its effects.
Am I Too Late To Start Abortion Pill Reversal?
The abortion pill method combines two medications: mifepristone and misoprostol. The time frame to act is 24-72 hours after taking the first dose of mifepristone. If you are within this time frame, please reach out to us. Our center is available 24-hours a day via the after-hours helpline at 800-712-4357.
What Is The Process Of Reversing The Abortion Pill?
To reverse the abortion pill, you have to combat the first medication’s effects on the body. As mentioned above, the abortion pill consists of two drugs, mifepristone and misoprostol.
Mifepristone, the first drug, blocks progesterone, a hormone produced to keep a pregnancy growing. Research has shown a 64-68% success in reversing the effects of mifepristone by prescribing progesterone.
The second medication given for a medical abortion is misoprostol. Do not take this medication if you are considering continuing the pregnancy. Misoprostol causes uterine contractions and heavy bleeding to expel the embryo and tissues. Once you’ve taken misoprostol, you cannot reverse the effects of the abortion pill.
What About Birth Defects For My Baby?
It’s common to wonder about birth defects. The good news is, that studies show there is no increase in birth defects by following this protocol. Progesterone has been proven safe for pregnant women and utilized to treat pregnancy-related complications for years.
Time is of the essence, contact us to learn more about our services. If you have already begun the abortion pill process, but now feel that was the wrong decision, we want to support you. We are here to educate you about reversing your medical abortion.
You matter to us. Our services are available 24-hours a day. When calling after hours, please use our helpline at 800-712-4357. Let us know as soon as possible how we can help you.