If you or someone you know has recently taken the abortion pill, it may not be too late to save the pregnancy.
If only the first pill (mifepristone) was taken, and that pill was taken less than 72 hours (3 days) ago, there may be a chance to reverse the effects.
Abortion Pill Rescue is a 24-hour resource for finding abortion pill reversal treatment. You can chat with them live online or call them using the button below.
What is the abortion pill?
The “abortion pill” is actually a series of two pills designed to terminate a pregnancy. Typically taken 48 hours apart, the two pills combine to break down the uterine lining and then expel the developing baby. Read more.
How does abortion pill reversal work?
When taken in time, high-level progesterone treatment can reverse the progesterone blocking effects of the first abortion pill, and potentially save the pregnancy. Treatment must be prescribed by a doctor. Read more.
Is abortion pill reversal safe?
According to the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, there is no evidence of birth defects associated with the abortion pill reversal procedure. Read more.