If you have taken the first drug of the abortion pill procedure (within the last 72 hours) and are feeling regret, it may not be too late.

We offer abortion pill reversal (APR) for women who change their minds after taking the first drug and wish to reverse the effects.

How To Reverse The Abortion Pill

The first drug for the abortion pill procedure is mifepristone. This drug terminates a pregnancy by cutting off the supply of progesterone.

Abortion pill reversal introduces a surplus of progesterone into the woman’s system attempting to continue the pregnancy, but you must contact us immediately.

This procedure only works if you have not taken misoprostol, the second drug in the abortion pill procedure. If you have already taken the second drug, APR will not work and is no longer an option.

Want an Abortion Pill Reversal? You must act quickly!

We are here to help. If you are in Wyoming and want to reverse the effects after taking the first half of the abortion pill method, contact us immediately or call the national abortion pill reversal hotline to be connected with a provider in your area.

Abortion Pill Reversal FAQs

How much does an abortion pill reversal cost?

At True Care, we offer all our services at no cost. It costs $0 for abortion pill reversal at True Care Women’s Resource Center.

Is abortion pill reversal real?

Yes, abortion pill reversal is real. While no treatment is 100% effective, APR is becoming widely available and has been used to reverse the effects of mifepristone in 64 to 68% of cases.

Is abortion pill reversal safe?

Abortion pill reversal is a safe way to reverse the effect of abortion if only the first drug has been taken. Doctors have safely used progesterone to treat women for decades. However, you should always consult a medical professional before any procedure.

Contact Us Now

It may not be too late. If you are in Wyoming, you can contact us today to schedule your abortion pill reversal. Call or text (307) 215-9684.

Or call the national abortion pill reversal hotline to be connected with a provider in your area.