Experiencing regret during an abortion is emotionally challenging. If you’ve taken mifepristone, the first drug used during a medical abortion, and are having second thoughts, it may not be too late to reverse the effects. You could save your pregnancy if you act quickly.

Today’s Choice Women’s Center offers abortion pill reversal (APR) services. Contact us immediate if you have taken mifepristone and regret your decision.

How the Process Works

When you take mifepristone during a medication abortion, this drug blocks progesterone. Progesterone is a hormone needed to sustain the developing pregnancy.

Abortion pill reversal consists of a provider administering progesterone orally, vaginally, or by injection. This action can potentially reverse the effects of mifepristone, but it will not work if you’ve already taken the second drug, misoprostol, which causes uterine contractions.

Progesterone has been used to support pregnancies for over 50 years, and it is known to be safe and effective. It isn’t known to cause birth defects at a rate higher than that of the general population. Though abortion pill reversal isn’t FDA-approved, one study reported that it saved pregnancies in 64% of cases.

Timing is crucial when considering APR, the longer you wait, the less effective this method could be.

We Want to Help

If you’re regretting taking mifepristone, there is hope. You may be able to save your pregnancy. Today’s Choice Women’s Center is ready to offer this free service to you and act as a source of support. While saving your pregnancy can’t be guaranteed, acting quickly increases your chances of success.

You can also contact the Abortion Pill Reversal network. Their 24/7 helpline can connect you with an area provider, answer your questions, and provide continuous support.

Contact Today’s Choice Women’s Center or call 973-579-2272 to learn more about this service. We’re standing beside you during this time.

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