Abortion Pill Reversal 

Have you started the abortion pill? Do you regret your decision and choose to reverse the abortion process? If you have taken the first dose of the abortion pill (Mifepristone) and have not yet taken the second dose (Misoprostol) there may be time to reverse the abortion process.

How does the abortion pill work? 

The first dose of the abortion pill (Mifepristone) blocks the natural hormone progesterone. Progesterone is necessary for the growth and development of your baby and the placenta. Without progesterone, the placenta will separate from the uterus. If you take the second dose of the abortion pill (Misoprostol), this will cause contractions to empty the contents of the uterus. It is possible to reverse the abortion process following the first pill and before you take the second pill.

How does the abortion pill reversal work? 

Mifepristone blocks progesterone, the abortion pill reversal reverses the effect of Mifepristone by providing progesterone replacement therapy. Progesterone is administered by vaginal pessary for several weeks similar to progesterone support used in threatened miscarriage and as used in restorative reproductive medicine and assisted reproductive technology.

Abortion pill reversal is a safe process approved by health care professionals worldwide and is effective in 50-70% of cases. (1,2,3)

How do I access abortion pill reversal? 

To find out more and to speak in confidence to a pregnancy advisor who will explain what is involved and with your consent will put you in touch with a medical practitioner in Ireland and The UK who prescribes abortion pill reversal. Please complete the contact form.

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The doctor will consult with you remotely or in person and provide you with a prescription and advice on arranging a follow up ultrasound. You will be offered a follow up appointment and a copy of the prescription that you may bring to your GP. The abortion pill reversal is provided in confidence and is free of charge.

It may not be too late to choose life for your baby.

Pregnant and worried? 

An unexpected pregnancy is hard to face.

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Suffering following abortion? 

There is no need to suffer the pain of abortion regret in silence. Please contact one of the following groups for compassionate care and support to bring you healing and hope.