Have you changed your mind after starting the abortion pill process?

If you have only taken the first drug of the abortion pills, there may still be an option for carrying your pregnancy to term. Up to 64%[1] of pregnancies are successfully carried to term using the abortion pill reversal protocol.

Timing is very important!

The reversal process is not guaranteed. Timing is very important. The abortion pill reversal process works by introducing more progesterone into the body to combat the first drug’s effects. Abortion pill reversal has been proven successful after the first drug (mifepristone) is taken and is generally ineffective after the second drug (misoprostol) has been administered.

How does it work?

The abortion pill reversal process involves a large influx of progesterone into the pregnant woman’s system. This is because the first drug, mifepristone, blocks progesterone from being absorbed by the uterus. Mifepristone blocks where progesterone would normally be absorbed, so an influx of progesterone works to outcompete for the available binding spaces.

Is Abortion Pill Reversal Safe?

Yes, progesterone is the natural hormone in a woman’s body that is necessary to nurture and sustain a pregnancy. Progesterone has been safely used in pregnancy for over 50 years.

Is it approved by doctors?

Many OB/GYNs around the country are confident of the effectiveness of this option and prescribe it as an option for a woman considering reversing their decision. It would be best to speak to your healthcare provider who knows you and your history best.


From the American Pregnancy Association on progesterone and organizations that support its use:

Progesterone has been used in pregnancies for decades without any significant undesired effects. Many patients with high risk for miscarriage pregnancies are treated with progesterone throughout the first trimester without issues. Natural progesterone is also used in IVF pregnancies with no ill effects. As with any hormone, there are some risks; however, since progesterone has been so well tolerated, there is no reason to label the procedure “dangerous.” Progesterone, when used in this way, is not necessarily FDA approved. However, it is still used without legal issues.


To find a provider to help you with the abortion pill reversal please contact The Abortion Pill Reversal Network. 

Remember, it is a very time-sensitive medical protocol. If you have taken the first drug, mifepristone, and have changed your mind, please call 877-558-0333 immediately to speak to healthcare professional or chat with them online at www.AbortionPillReversal.com

To find a provider of this service please contact The Abortion Pill Reversal Network.


1. Delgado, G., Condly, S. J., Davenport, M., Tinnakornsrisuphap, T., Mack, J., Khauv, V., & Zhou, P. S. (2018). A case series detailing the successful reversal of the effects of mifepristone using progesterone. U.S. National Library of Medicine. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30831017/