Abortion Pill Reversal

It may not be too late to change your mind about your chemical abortion.

If you have taken the first abortion pill called Mifespristone, but not the second pill called Misoprostol, there is a 64% chance of reversing the effects of the Mifespristone and stopping your abortion.  

 

How Does the Reversal Work?

Mifespristone works to block progesterone from being absorbed by the womb. The process is reversed by receiving higher amounts of bioidentical hormone called progesterone. 

 

 

How Much Time Do I Have?

Time is of the essence when considering a reversal. Ideally progesterone should be started within 24 hours. However, the Abortion Pill Rescue Network states that “there have been successful reversals when treatment was starting within 72 hours of taking the first abortion pill.”

How We Can Help

  • Call the Abortion Pill Reversal hotline (877) 558-0333. 
  • A Healthcare Professional will ask you some basic questions to see if a reversal is possible. They will also answer your questions.
  • They will then connect you with a medical provider in your area to start treatment.
  • If you are in our geographical area, the Healthcare Professional will refer you to our office. Our Medical Director and nursing professionals will work with you to start the abortion pill reversal.

Riverways Pregnancy & Family Resource Center is committed to providing you with everything you need to make an informed pregnancy decision. We believe women and men have a right to get evidence-based information from a resource that will not profit from the choices and pregnancy decisions they make. All our services are free and confidential.

Riverways PFRC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to provide life-affirming services that empowers individuals to make healthy, positive choices related to pregnancy, parenting, and relationships. While we do not provide or refer for abortion services, we can answer your questions about side effects, what to expect, and more. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions. Contact us to learn more. The information on this site is for educational purposes only and should not be substituted for medical or legal advice.​ We are committed to protecting your health information. Please be aware that communicating via unencrypted text messaging or messaging services has some level of risk of being read by a 3rd party.