The abortion pill method uses two drugs to terminate a pregnancy. Sometimes, women start the abortion process but change their minds after taking the first drug, mifepristone. If that is you, call the Abortion Pill Reversal Helpline immediately at 1-877-558-0333. There is a chance to save your pregnancy, but it is important to act quickly.
What Is Mifepristone?
The two drugs used in the abortion pill method are mifepristone and misoprostol. An embryo requires a hormone called progesterone to continue growing. Progesterone aids in embryo implantation, or in other words, keeping the fertilized egg stuck to the lining of the uterus wall.
Mifepristone blocks progesterone. Without this vital hormone, the embryo cannot survive, and the pregnancy is terminated.
What Is Abortion Pill Reversal?
Is Progesterone Safe?
Progesterone is a natural hormone that medical professionals have been using safely for over 50 years. According to a study from 2018, The American Society of Reproductive Medicine has not identified any long-term risks when progesterone is used in pregnancy. This study concluded that reversing the effects of mifepristone using progesterone is safe and effective.
Where Do I Get Progesterone for Reversal?
After taking the first drug, mifepristone, and then changing your mind, your next step is to contact the APR (Abortion Pill Reversal) Helpline as soon as possible. The helpline will connect you with one of our medical professionals in your geographic area who can guide you toward reversing the effects of the abortion pill.
Here’s How You Begin
- Call the APR hotline at (877) 558-0333 or connect with them via the chat feature on their website.
- Their on-call Healthcare Professional will ask some basic questions to see if a reversal is possible.
- They will then connect you with a doctor or medical provider in your area to start treatment if that is your choice.
When pursuing Abortion Pill Reversal, time is of the essence. It is best to start the progesterone protocol within 24 hours of taking the first abortion drug, mifepristone. There have been successful reversals as late as 72 hours afterward, but your chances are better the earlier you contact them.
How Much Does It Cost?
According to the APR website, the cost of the treatment varies depending on the progesterone used. Some insurance plans cover the treatment. In cases of financial hardship, APR will help you find ways to reduce the cost of treatment.
How Can A Women’s Pregnancy Center Help Me?
Our center does not prescribe progesterone for Abortion Pill Reversal, but we can offer referrals for providers in our area. Start with the 24/7 helpline. Call (877) 558-0333.
We are here to offer you no-cost pregnancy services and all the support you need. Let us know how we can assist you.