| Can You Reverse the Effects of the Abortion Pill?

If you’ve started the process for a medical abortion but are now not sure you want to continue the procedure, you’re not alone.

Many women have second thoughts after taking the first drug used in a medical abortion.

The good news is there is a procedure to reverse the start of a medical abortion, but you must act quickly to do so.

The first step is to call the abortion pill reversal hotline at (877) 558-0333 to start getting the help you need.

How Does an Abortion Pill Reversal Work?

Reversing the start of a medical abortion works by counteracting mifepristone, the first drug you take in a medical abortion procedure.

Mifepristone is used in medical abortion to block progesterone. Progesterone is a hormone that your body uses during pregnancy to support the growing embryo.

When mifepristone blocks progesterone, your body can no longer support the pregnancy, and the embryo will detach from the uterine wall and stop growing.

The abortion reversal pill works by restoring progesterone to your uterus, once again giving your body what it needs to continue to grow the pregnancy.

Does the Abortion Reversal Pill Work, and Is it Safe?

The abortion reversal pill was studied by the National Library of Medicine, which found that the pill offers no risk or threat to the health of a woman’s pregnancy. Additionally, they found that the abortion reversal pill was effective at reversing the first dose of a medical abortion 64-68% of the time.

Is the Abortion Reversal Pill Right for Me?

If you have taken the first dose of the medical abortion regimen and are having any doubts about continuing the procedure, then contact the abortion pill reversal hotline at (877) 558-0333 right away.

After contacting the hotline, you can also reach out to the local team at New Life Clinic for additional help and resources.

The trained staff at New Life Clinic can listen to your concerns, help answer your questions, and provide valuable information about your pregnancy.

We’re here for you. Contact us today to schedule a free and confidential appointment.