How Does The Abortion Pill Work?
A medication abortion (also known as the abortion pill) uses two drugs to end an existing pregnancy. The first drug, mifepristone, blocks the progesterone hormone. All pregnancies need progesterone to grow and thrive. Without it, a pregnancy cannot survive.
The second drug, misoprostol, causes labor-like contractions to remove the pregnancy from the uterus.
What Do I Do If I’ve Changed My Mind?
Many women have been right where you are. They’ve begun the abortion pill method but suddenly changed their minds. There is a possibility of reversing the effects of the abortion pill, but timing is critical.
Call the abortion pill reversal helpline at 877-558-0333 or go to AbortionPillReversal.com now to try and save your pregnancy. If possible, begin the reversal process within 24 to 72 hours of taking the first abortion pill drug.
What Is The Abortion Pill Reversal Process?
The abortion pill reversal (APR) process is effective when you’ve taken the first abortion drug, mifepristone only. Since the first drug blocks progesterone, extra doses of progesterone are prescribed to reverse the effects of the first abortion pill drug.
Abortion pill reversal is very safe and effective. Progesterone, used in the process, is a naturally-occurring hormone in pregnancy and has supplemented pregnancies or aided infertility for over 50 years.
How Do I Start The Reversal Process?
Did you take the first dose of the abortion pill only? If you took mifepristone, the first drug of the two drugs in the abortion pill process, there still might be time for you to save your pregnancy.
Other women have been where you are, and there is help available. If you or someone you know took the abortion pill and now regrets it, call The Abortion Pill Rescue Helpline for free and confidential care 24/7.
Call 877-558-0333 or go to AbortionPillReversal.com now. There may still be time to save your pregnancy if you only took the first dose of the abortion pill, but contact them as soon as possible!