What is the Abortion Pill Reversal?

APR uses a medication called progesterone. The first pill in the abortion pill method, mifepristone, blocks the uterus from absorbing progesterone. Every pregnancy requires progesterone. A pregnancy ends without this vital hormone.

When a health care provider gives progesterone in Abortion Pill Reversal, it counters mifepristone’s effects, hopefully saving the pregnancy.

Is It Too Late To Save My Pregnancy?

It’s critical to seek help quickly because it may not be too late to save your pregnancy. Only by reaching out to medical professionals can you know for sure.

Contact our clinic or the APR hotline to gain the resources and instructions you need to ensure the safety of your pregnancy.

What is the Abortion Pill Reversal’s Success Rate?

Reversal rates are well over 50%, with a 64-68% success rate, but you must act quickly. It is recommended you begin APR within 24 hours of taking mifepristone. Visit the APR website for more information.

Is The Abortion Pill Reversal Considered Safe?

According to the National Library of Medicine, “The reversal of the effects of mifepristone using progesterone is safe and effective.” Remember, progesterone is also a hormone already naturally occurring in pregnancy. For many years, doctors used progesterone to treat infertility and pregnancy-related issues.

Will The Abortion Pill Reversal Cause Birth Defects to My Child?

The National Library of Medicine states, “There was no apparent increased risk of birth defects.” This means the APR medication is not known to cause any harm or defects to a child in utero.

What If I’m Unsure?

We encourage you to reach out at your earliest convenience if you’re even considering APR. We will be happy to discuss your options and help you decide what’s right for you and your unique story. You deserve to know the answer to “what-if?”.