Even after taking the first pill, you can still change your mind.

Did you take the first pill of a medical abortion (Mifeprex or RU-486)? Do you want to reverse your abortion?
We can help.

The reversal is effective, safe and completely natural. Contact us to get connected with a medical professional who can guide you through the reversal process. This is your choice and it may not be too late.

We are here to support you every step of the way.

Call the reversal hotline 24/7 at 877.558.0333 or chat with a healthcare professional here.

FAQs


The first abortion pill — Mifepristone — deprives the body of progesterone, the natural hormone a woman’s body needs to support a pregnancy. By starting the progesterone regimen within the first 72 hours after taking Mifepristone, it is possible to overpower the Mifepristone and save the pregnancy. In fact, studies have shown a 64-68% success rate of continuing the pregnancy.1

An ultrasound is performed as soon as possible to confirm the heart rate, position and the date of pregnancy. After confirmation, a medical professional prescribes progesterone to be taken orally, vaginally or even by intramuscular injection. The treatment usually continues throughout the first trimester.

A series of ultrasounds are performed during the treatment phase to confirm the pregnancy is progressing as it should.


Nothing! As part of the Abortion Pill Rescue Network, Care Net of Puget Sound covers the cost of the prescription Progesterone and series prescribed limited obstetrical ultrasounds needed to verify the viability of the pregnancy. All of these services are provided free of charge.

But you must start on the progesterone regimen as soon as possible. Call 877.558.0333 or go to abortionpillreversal.com to connect with the Abortion Pill Rescue.


Neither mifepristone nor progesterone are associated with birth defects according to The American Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Studies show that babies saved through abortion pill reversal are no more likely to have birth defects than the rest of the general population. In fact, progesterone has been safely used in pregnancies for over 50 years.


We have many connections and resources to help you whether you decide to parent or not.

If you decide to parent, you can receive help with baby supplies, insurance, parenting classes and local resources.

If you cannot parent or decide not to parent, we can connect you with local adoption services so that your baby can be raised by the family of your choosing.


These symptoms are common during the reversal process. Do not discontinue taking the progesterone unless the medical professional directs you to.

If you experience heavy bleeding, faintness, severe abdominal pain, or fever, seek emergency medical attention immediately. This could be an effect of the mifepristone and would require immediate care.

An ultrasound will be performed to confirm the baby is still in the uterus.


Please call the hotline 1-877-558-0333 as you may still be pregnant. You may still have a chance to reverse the abortion.

No, it is not. The “morning-after pill” is marketed as an emergency contraception method. The most common one uses a high level of progestin and can be taken up to 72 hours after intercourse. It can prevent implantation of the human embryo into the uterus’ lining. It is a contragestational or abortifacient, not a contraceptive.

The abortion pill, mifepristone, is taken up 70 days (10 weeks) into a pregnancy to intentionally cause an abortion. It blocks the progesterone receptors needed to support a pregnancy.

The newest morning after pill, Ella, is very similar to mifepristone in its action in that it blocks progesterone receptors. It is approved by the FDA for use up to five days after intercourse and also has abortifacient effects.