Making the decision to end a pregnancy can be very difficult, especially if you felt many emotions at the time of your decision. You may be regretting your choice to have a medical abortion. If you have taken mifepristone but not misoprostol, you may be able to reverse the process and continue your pregnancy. If you are uncertain about continuing with the medical abortion the following information may be of help to you.
The abortion pill reversal process is available at a variety of places in the United States. Since time is a major factor in its success, it’s important that you reach out to a provider as soon as possible. The fastest way to start the process is by calling the Abortion Pill Reversal hotline at 1-877-558-0333 to connect with the nearest provider.
How Does the Abortion Pill Reversal Work?
During a medical abortion, two drugs are used: mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone works by blocking progesterone and preventing the embryo from implanting in the uterus. Misoprostol causes uterine contractions and expels both the embryo and pregnancy tissue through the vagina.
With the abortion pill reversal process, a licensed medical provider (of your choosing) prescribes progesterone to hopefully act in opposition to the mifepristone.
While the process isn’t always effective, some women have been able to reverse their abortions and successfully continue their pregnancies.
It is important to follow the instructions the medical provider has given you and contact them if you are experiencing severe side effects.
Have More Questions?
If you have more questions about the abortion pill reversal process or have taken mifepristone and would like to reverse your abortion, call the Abortion Pill Reversal hotline as soon as possible. If you are pregnant and would like to discuss your pregnancy options, contact Metro Women’s Center today to schedule an appointment. All of our services, including community referrals and post-abortion recovery services, are free and confidential. You are not alone!