Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) is used to try and counteract the effects of mifepristone, the first drug used in a medication abortion regimen. While APR is most effective when taken promptly, it doesn’t pose ill effects on your health.

If you regret your decision and wish to continue your pregnancy, you want information you can trust. The Abortion Pill Rescue Network provides 24/7 support. They can answer your questions and connect you with providers in your area.

Progesterone: What You Should Know

Mifepristone is used during a medication abortion to block progesterone. APR consists of administering progesterone to counteract the effects of mifepristone.

One observational study found a reversal rate of 64% in the patients who received progesterone intramuscularly. There was also “no apparent increased risk of birth defects.”

Progesterone has been used to support pregnancies for over 50 years, so it’s well-established in the medical community. While APR isn’t an FDA-approved “treatment” or method for continuing a pregnancy, it doesn’t pose any known risks to your health.

It is crucial to know that your pregnancy cannot continue if you’ve taken mifepristone and misoprostol. You must also contact the Abortion Pill Rescue Network as soon as you regret your decision, as the chances of progesterone working decrease the longer you wait.

Get the Facts

Turlock Pregnancy and Health Center wants you to protect your health before making a pregnancy decision.

We offer no-cost and confidential ultrasounds following a positive pregnancy test at our center. This scan determines your pregnancy’s location, whether there is a heartbeat, and how far along you are.

If you successfully continued your pregnancy with APR or had an abortion, we’re here for you with continuous emotional support.

Contact us today to make an appointment. We’re here for you.

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