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The Right to Know: Can I Reverse an Abortion?


The answer is yes!

If you have started the first step of the Abortion Pill process but have not taken the second pill, you may be able to save your baby. This process is called the Abortion Pill Reversal or APR found here: .

Though, there are no guarantees, if the APR process is started within 72 hours of taking the first Abortion Pill, there is a 64-68% chance of saving your pregnancy.

So How Does This Work?

1. Take Mifepristone (often called Mifeprex).

This medication is a Progesterone blocker and prevents the body from taking in the hormone needed for continuation of pregnancy. 

2. Take Misoprostol (often called Cytotec) 24-48 hours after.

First, we need to understand how the Abortion Pill works.

Many abortion clinics administer the chemical abortion process through two steps.

Misoprostol is a synthetic prostaglandin used to prevent stomach ulcers in those who frequently use NSAIDS.

"Misoprostol is used in a hospital setting to induce cervical ripening, labor induction in women with premature rupture of membranes, and treatment of serious post-partum hemorrhage. These uses are outside of the approved indications.

Misoprostol is also used alone or in combination with mifepristone or methotrexate to end a pregnancy (abortion).

When used for non-pregnancy related conditions, misoprostol should not be used during pregnancy and if you are able to become pregnant, you will need to have a negative pregnancy test before starting this treatment."[1]

If you have ever had a labor induction or have experienced a post-partum hemorrhage, you may have received Misoprostol.

If you have recently initiated the steps of a chemical abortion and have taken the first pill (Mifepristone aka Mifeprex) and have NOT taken the second pill, Misoprostol (aka Cytotec), you may be a candidate for APR. 

The Process of APR is simple.

In order to reverse the effects of a Progesterone blocking medication, you must (you guessed it!) administer Progesterone.

It's simply that.

Progesterone has safely been given to women during pregnancy since the 1950's, including first trimester pregnancies. It is actually used to support early pregnancies in women who have experienced frequent miscarriages or have undergone IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization).

Organizations like ACOG label APR as "unethical" and "unproven" but we will give you links to support the science, studies, and testimonials of LIFE after APR.

At Life Line Sampson, we do not have a political agenda. We also have no financial gain. We care about your heart and want to do everything we can to make sure you have all the tools, resources, & knowledge when making an incredibly hard decision. An empowered woman is a woman who knows all of her options and makes her decision based upon that knowledge.

If you are trusted by healthcare professionals to consent to receiving the abortion pill, you also should be trusted to make your own decision regarding the Abortion Pill Reversal. Your informed consent is important to us!

If you have recently initiated the first step of the Abortion Pill process by taking Mifepristone & regret your decision, DON'T WAIT! Call now!


The 24-hour help line staff at Abortion Pill Reversal Network will connect you with a physician who can help. There are participating physicians in nearby counties who can assist you in this process.

Check the links below for testimonials of successful Abortion Pill Reversals & other resources:

I Want to Reverse My Abortion!

Sarah's story

More Testimonials & Resource Links

AAPLOG Doctor Explains the Science

Case Studies

"In 2018, physician George Delgado (one of the two pioneers of the APR protocol) had a peer-reviewed study published in the medical journal, Issues in Law and Medicine.[16] The study followed 754 women who all wanted to stop their in-progress chemical abortions. Working with obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Mary Davenport and five other scholars, Delgado demonstrated that when administered within 72 hours of taking mifepristone, the APR protocol has a 64-68% success rate in saving unborn babies.

Notably, the study also found zero increased risk of birth defects or preterm births. Indeed, as referenced in Practice Bulletin 225 from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), mifepristone itself has not been shown to cause birth defects.[17]"


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