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Abortion pill reversal saves preborn baby and gives mother hope

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In a recent feature shared to the Save the Storks Facebook page, an unnamed woman told of instantly regretting her decision to take the abortion pill, and says the abortion pill reversal regimen has saved the life of her preborn baby.

The woman said she took the first pill (mifepristone) at an abortion facility, but was filled with regret immediately. “I blinked back my thoughts on the drive home. What had I done?” she wrote. She hadn’t taken the second drug of the abortion pill regimen (misoprostol), and began searching abortion pill reversal online, following the link she found.

READ: Abortion pill reversal and abortion waiting periods save lives

“They told me if I hadn’t taken the second phase, I may be able to reverse the effects. No, I hadn’t, I told them,” she said. “They said I could come in right away, but their brick and mortar clinic wouldn’t be open. Instead, they said I could come to their mobile clinic to receive an ultrasound that very night. I pulled up close to the bright teal mobile unit, and I was ready for the ultrasound within minutes. My eyes glued to the screen, I clenched my teeth to keep my lips from trembling.”

To her great relief, the nurse was able to find a heartbeat, and she said she smiled as she cried.

“They gave me my first dose of progesterone that would be necessary to keep my baby alive,” she said. “Plunking myself in my car with a sigh, I put a hand on my stomach. I laughed softly, releasing tension like water from a tap. When I got home, I took the orange bottle the other nurse had given me and dropped it into the trash. I stood for a minute, looking at the orange plastic half hidden by the folds of the white trash bag. If I had taken it, it would have been all over. That heartbeat would have stopped.”

At her next ultrasound two weeks later, her baby still had a strong heartbeat, and had grown even larger. “Amidst all the endings and promises of sorrow, I now have a beginning to look forward to,” she said. “Through all the pain, I can look to the future and see something beautiful – HOPE.”


The abortion pill regimen works in two parts. The first drug, mifepristone, blocks progesterone from reaching the baby, essentially starving her and cutting her off from her source of nourishment. The intent is to cause the baby to die in the womb. The second pill, misoprostol, is taken 24 to 48 hours later to induce contractions, forcing the mother to expel the body of her dead child from her uterus.

The abortion pill reversal process involves giving a woman large doses of progesterone in an effort to counteract the effects of mifepristone. This same hormone is commonly given to women whose pregnancies are at risk of miscarriage. The abortion industry, however, opposes its use, despite numerous stories of children who have survived after their mothers sought out abortion pill reversal. Read more on this here.

Visit AbortionPillReversal.com for information on how to potentially stop the abortion pill process after it has begun.

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