Have you taken the first dose of the abortion pill and are regretting your decision? You may be eligible for the abortion pill reversal procedure at Reliance Center. Even if you are already experiencing bleeding or cramping from the abortion pill, there is still a chance to reverse the procedure.
When it comes to the success of the procedure, time is of the essence. While we recommend that treatment begins during the first 24 hours of taking the pill, we have seen successful reversals within 72 hours of taking the abortion pill. If you fit within this timeframe, please call us immediately to set up an appointment.
Before we can begin the process, it’s important that you have an ultrasound to determine if the baby is still alive. If we detect a heartbeat, we will begin treatment. The abortion pill reversal uses progesterone to regulate the woman’s body and reverse the effects of mifepristone, the first pill in a medical abortion.
Progesterone is the hormone present in a woman’s body when she is pregnant. When you take mifepristone, it cuts off the flow of progesterone, which is needed to sustain the pregnancy. By adding extra progesterone to the body, it can combat the effects that mifepristone will have on your body. This treatment will continue throughout your first trimester.
The current success rate is approximately 55 percent. This means that 55 percent of women will deliver their babies successfully after receiving the abortion pill reversal treatment.
If you’ve taken the abortion pill, it’s not too late. Call us immediately to speak to someone about the abortion reversal process.Reliance Center (Reliance Ministries Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit medical clinic and all of our services are free and confidential to the fullest extent allowable by law. We do not perform abortions, nor do we refer for abortions, but offer information that a woman considering an abortion needs. This site, and all information contained herein, is designed to be an informational tool only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or replace care from a qualified medical practitioner. Our medical services are provided in accordance with all applicable laws, and in accordance with pertinent medical standards, under the supervision and direction of a licensed physician.