Abortion Pill Reversal

To date, Abortion Pill Reversal has helped save over 900 babies from abortion

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Abortion Pill Reversal has been a fiercely contested topic with abortion organizations claiming that the effects of the abortion pill can’t be reversed while pro-life members of the Abortion Pill Rescue Network (APR Network) continue to prove that they can. Abortionists, however, refuse to share the truth with women and continue to tell them that abortion pill reversal is impossible and that if they interrupt the process of the abortion pill they could cause their babies to have disabilities. Yet, the APR Network recently announced they have surpassed 900 lives saved since 2012.

Christa Brown, Director of Medical Impact for Heartbeat International, oversees the APR Network and told Live Action News that the 900 lives saved includes both babies who have been born and babies that are still in utero. This number is constantly growing as more women learn about abortion pill reversal and call the hotline after taking the first dose of the abortion pill and regretting it. The success rate for saving babies after the first abortion pill has been taken stands at about 64 percent according to a 2018 peer-reviewed study. That study also found that there is no increased risk of birth defects when women use abortion pill reversal and there is a lower than average preterm delivery rate compared to the general population. And according to a previous Live Action News article, “Doctors have been using [progesterone — the same drug as the abortion pill reversal protocol] for years as a standard of care for helping women sustain pregnancies.” In addition, “studies show that the abortion drugs don’t cause birth defects in children who survive,” so abortion industry claims that abortion pill reversal shouldn’t be attempted for this reason just don’t hold water.

READ: Four lies abortion supporters are telling about abortion pill reversal… and the truth

The first dose of the abortion pill works to block the hormone progesterone, which is naturally produced in the mother’s body to help stabilize the lining of the uterus. As former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino explains in the video below, this cuts off nutrients to the developing baby.



But of abortion pill reversal, Dr. Bill Lile says, “it’s amazing science.” The abortion pill reversal protocol attempts to counter the abortion pill’s effects with high doses of progesterone. “And it’s amazing that we can offer this kind of therapy for somebody who says, ‘I made a bad decision and is there anything I can do to reverse it?’”

There are about 800 Abortion Pill Rescue providers and centers across the United States. With nearly 40 percent of all abortions in the United States being chemical abortions, it’s vital that more doctors become available to help, and more women learn the truth: abortion pill reversal can save their babies’ lives.

Providers, pregnancy centers or individuals who would like more information about the APR Network can email info@apr.life. For more information or to enroll as a provider, visit aprnworldwide.com.

Any woman who has taken the first dose of the abortion pill and regrets it should call the Abortion Pill Rescue hotline at 1-877-558-0333. She can also visit abortionpillreversal.com.

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