If you’ve taken mifepristone, the first drug in the abortion pill combo, it may not be too late to save your pregnancy. Some women regret taking mifepristone, but there is hope. You must act quickly.

True Care Women’s Resource Center offers no-cost, confidential abortion pill reversal (APR) services. Contact us immediately to learn more and receive help.

How Does APR Work?

During a medical abortion, two medications are taken to end the pregnancy. Mifepristone blocks progesterone, and misoprostol causes uterine contractions and expels the pregnancy.

During the abortion pill reversal process, a provider administers progesterone orally, vaginally, or by injection to counteract the effects of mifepristone. It’s best if treatment begins as soon as possible, no more than 72 hours of taking mifepristone, and if you have already taken the second medication, misoprostol, it is rare to save the pregnancy.

Progesterone has safely supported pregnancies for over 50 years, and one study determined it saved pregnancies in 64% of cases. It does not pose any known risks to your health and has not been found to cause birth defects at a rate higher than that of the general population.

Know that taking mifepristone without misoprostol can cause severe bleeding, which may require hospitalization. Careful monitoring by a medical provider is crucial at this time.

Learning More

The Abortion Pill Reversal Network shares valuable information about the process and success stories. The Network can also connect you to available providers and offers support via a 24/7 helpline.

APR’s effectiveness decreases the longer you wait to receive care, so immediately contacting a provider is imperative and can make a significant difference.

Before Your Pregnancy Decision

If you have an unplanned pregnancy and are considering your options, including abortion, complete a pre-abortion checklist first. True Care Women’s Resource Center offers no-cost, confidential pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, limited STI testing and treatment, and options information.

Get the facts before making a decision, and if you are seeking APR, contact us. It may not be too late.

Request an appointment today.