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April 26, 2022

Over 3,000 Babies Saved Through Abortion Pill Reversal

Heartbeat International revealed last week that the lives of over 3,000 children have been saved via abortion pill reversal.

Heartbeat International, which runs the Abortion Pill Rescue Network (APRN), also said that approximately 150 women start the abortion pill reversal process every month.

The process of abortion via the abortion pill regimen involves two separate drugs taken over several days. The first drug, mifepristone, blocks a pregnancy hormone called progesterone. That hormone helps facilitate the flow of nutrients and oxygen from a mother's body to her child. If progesterone is blocked for too long, an unborn child will die via starvation and asphyxiation.

The second drug, misoprostol, induces labor. The body of the (usually) deceased child is expelled, and the abortion is complete.

A woman who regrets her initial decision to have an abortion can potentially save her child with abortion pill reversal. If she has only taken the first drug in the abortion pill regimen, a doctor can administer progesterone in an attempt to counteract the mifepristone. This is most effective if done within 24 hours of the first pill.

APRN has a hotline that helps connect women who regret taking the first pill with doctors who can help with abortion pill reversal. Those who are interested can visit AbortionPillReversal.com or call 855-209-4848.