If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and considering taking the abortion pill—or have already taken it—it’s essential to know that it’s possible to reverse the effects of the abortion pill.
However, time is of the essence.
Read on to learn more about abortion pill reversal. Or, if you want to talk to someone in person, contact the Pregnancy Help Center of South County to connect with one of our caring team members.
How Does Abortion Pill Reversal Work?
When you take the first abortion drug, mifepristone, it works by blocking progesterone. Progesterone is an essential hormone that’s needed to sustain a pregnancy. Without it, the lining of the uterus thins, and the pregnancy ends.
Abortion pill reversal works by flooding your body with progesterone in an attempt to counteract the effects of mifepristone. However, it’s critical to know that this process can only be done after taking mifepristone—and the sooner you start, the better.
Abortion pill reversal is not an option if you’ve already taken the second abortion drug, misoprostol.
How Safe and Effective Is Abortion Pill Reversal?
The progesterone used in abortion pill reversal has been safely utilized during pregnancy for the past 50 years. Studies show that when taken within 72 hours of mifepristone, abortion pill reversal has a 64-68% success rate.
Where Can I Find Abortion Pill Reversal?
If you’ve taken the first abortion drug, mifepristone, and are regretting your decision—there is hope, and you have options. You may be a candidate for abortion pill reversal, but time is of the essence!
Contact the Pregnancy Help Center of South County today. One of our caring team members can guide you on where to find abortion pill reversal.
You’ll also receive no-cost services, support, and information to help you feel encouraged and empowered. You’re not alone in this. We’re here for you.