Abortion Pill Reversal
What is Abortion Pill Reversal?
Progesterone is the natural hormone created by a woman’s body necessary to nurture and continue a pregnancy. Mifepristone blocks this hormone. By delivering progesterone – orally, vaginally or intravenously (often through the first trimester), it’s possible to counteract the effects of the Mifepristone.
Abortion Pill Reversal is a medical procedure designed to reverse the effects of the first abortion pill medication mifeprestone and allow a woman to carry the pregnancy to term. This is a relatively new procedure which has succeeded in a small number of cases. Progesterone, the medication used in the Abortion Pill Reversal process, is safe for pregnant women and their babies. There are no known risks to the health of the mother or the baby. Progesterone has been safely used to support pregnancies for almost sixty years. In fact, the largest study ever conducted on the safety of progesterone in pregnancy revealed that women who receive progesterone during pregnancy are actually less likely to deliver babies with fetal abnormalities.
Your appointment for abortion pill reversal will begin with an ultrasound exam to confirm that your baby is alive. If so, your medical abortion reversal will involve natural progesterone treatments delivered orally, vaginally or intravenously, usually through the end of the first trimester.
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