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May 20, 2019

750 Babies Have Been Saved by Abortion Pill Reversal. Ohio Is Making Sure Women Know That.

750 Babies Have Been Saved by Abortion Pill Reversal. Ohio Is Making Sure Women Know That.
Otherwise known as the “abortion pill” or RU-486, chemical abortions involve two drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone, the first pill, destabilizes a pregnancy by blocking progesterone, the natural hormone needed to sustain a healthy pregnancy. To finish the abortion, misoprostol induces labor, forcing a woman’s body to deliver the baby.

According to the Ohio Department of Health, 5,345 chemical abortions took place in the state of Ohio in 2017.

For women who regret beginning that process, abortion pill reversal offers a last chance to save a life. Developed by physicians George Delgado and Matthew Harrison in 2007, the treatment works by giving women extra progesterone up to 72 hours after a woman takes the first chemical abortion pill. Last year, Delgado released a study showing that 64-68 percent of women who used the protocol were able to give birth to a baby with no greater risk of birth defects than the general population.

Managed by Heartbeat International, the abortion pill reversal protocol is backed by a 24/7 helpline (877-558-0333) and a robust provider network of more than 800 clinicians (33 in Ohio), known collectively as the Abortion Pill Rescue Network.

Since its inception, abortion pill reversal has saved more than 750 babies.  Click here for more.