Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) aims to reverse the impact of mifepristone, the initial drug in a medical abortion. For the best result, it’s vital to take APR as soon as possible. 

If you’re reconsidering your choice to take the abortion pill and want to continue your pregnancy, reliable information is crucial. The Abortion Pill Rescue Network offers round-the-clock assistance, ready to address your inquiries and link you with local healthcare professionals.

How APR Works

Mifepristone is a drug used in abortion to stop the effects of progesterone. APR uses progesterone to try to undo what mifepristone does.

A study showed that 64% of patients who got progesterone were able to reverse the abortion effects without increasing birth defect risks.

Doctors have used progesterone for over 50 years to help with pregnancies. Even though the FDA doesn’t officially approve APR as a way to continue a pregnancy, it’s still considered safe.

Remember, if you’ve taken both mifepristone and misoprostol, your pregnancy can’t be continued. If you change your mind after taking mifepristone, you should quickly get in touch with the Abortion Pill Rescue Network. Waiting too long makes progesterone less likely to work.

Is APR Hard On Your Body?

It’s crucial to be aware that taking mifepristone without following up with misoprostol in the abortion pill process can lead to serious bleeding. A study from 2020 highlighted this risk, showing that several individuals needed hospital treatment due to this problem, including one person given progesterone and two others who received a placebo. 

Overall, APR is believed to be safe and no harder on your body than taking the abortion pill. 

Get The Care You Deserve

If you’ve taken mifepristone but want to continue your pregnancy, call the Abortion Pill Rescue Network at 1-877-558-0333 now to get started right away. 

For additional support, contact us at Pathway to Hope. We can offer you a free limited ultrasound to determine the viability of your pregnancy, answer your burning questions, and provide additional resources.