Abortion Pill Reversal
Are you in the middle of a chemical abortion?
Do you regret this decision?
If so, there is a good chance the effects of the first abortion pill can be reversed enabling you to continue your pregnancy.
A pregnancy can be ended by chemical abortion. Two different pills are taken orally, the first being Mifepristone. This chemical substance disrupts the effects of the mother's pregnancy hormone Progesterone. As a result, the needed nutrients will not reach the growing baby. The child dies. Two days later, the second pill Misoprostol is taken to induce labour and expel the child.
The abortion process can be reversed if only the first pill, Mifepristone, has been taken.
The Abortion Pill Reversal procedure is designed to reverse the effects of the first abortion pill Mifepristone by giving the mother high doses of the hormone Progesterone. This medication is a hormone the mother's body produces during a healthy pregnancy. It sustains the pregnancy and ensures the nourishment of the unborn child. It has no known health risks or side-effects for the mother or child and has been safely used to support pregnancies for more than fifty years.
Hundreds of pre-born children have been saved by abortion pill reversal treatment and have been born to lead healthy lives.
It is best to start the reversal treatment within the first 24 hours of taking the first abortion pill Mifepristone. But even if more time has passed, and you have not taken the second pill yet – call us and we will refer you to a doctor who can help you. Abortion Pill Reversal has been successful up to 72 hours after Mifepristone has been taken.
If you have taken RU486 (Mifepristone), call us immediately - we are here to help you between 8 am and midnight. Call us! Together we shall find a solution!
Note: Pregnancy Helpline India and our network of participating pregnancy life care organization offer peer counselling and accurate information about all pregnancy options; however, these centres do not offer or refer for abortion services. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice.