The abortion pill reversal is a treatment that could reverse the effects of the first abortion pill, Mifegymiso/Mifepristone, and potentially save the life of the preborn child.
In order to understand how the reversal protocol works, let’s have a look at what the abortion pill protocol does first. The abortion pill or Mifegymiso consists of two drugs, taken in two steps.
- Step 1:The first drug, Mifespristone, is taken to block the pregnancy hormone progesterone which your body needs to feed and support the developing child. Progesterone is also vital to maintaining a healthy placenta which is necessary for the pregnancy to continue.
- Step 2: The second drug, Gymiso, is taken 24-48 hours later and causes the womb to go into a kind of labour that expels the developing child and the detached placenta.
The abortion pill reversal is taken within 24-72 hours of ingesting the first drug, Mifepristone. Simply put, the abortion pill reversal replaces the progesterone that was blocked by the first drug – most often progesterone will be given for the first three months to ensure that the pregnancy is properly maintained, healthy and developing naturally.
It is completely safe – the abortion pill reversal just replaces the natural hormone progesterone that the first abortion pill blocked, and it works 64%-68% of the time if taken after the first drug. The hormone progesterone has been used for over 50 years to assist mothers who experience a threatened miscarriage.