Abortion Pill Reversal

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Abortion Pill Reversal

You may be considering the abortion pill (also known as medical abortion or chemical abortion) as a way to end your pregnancy. You should know that if you feel immediate regret, there may be a way to help stop the abortion process. Call immediately if you have begun to take the abortion pill.

“Abortion pill” is the common name for using two different medicines to end a pregnancy: mifepristone and misoprostol. The patient is instructed to take the first medication, mifepristone, and then take a second set of pills called misoprostol —usually taken at home—that cause the body to expel the baby.

The first medication must be taken in the early weeks of pregnancy. Pregnancy needs a hormone called progesterone to grow normally. Mifepristone blocks your body’s own progesterone, stopping the pregnancy from growing. The pregnancy dies and then the second medication causes cramping and bleeding to expel the baby.

Before taking the second set of pills, many women experience regret and remorse. Many have asked if the procedure can be stopped or reversed so that she can have more time to think about her options.

If you experience regret, call immediately. There is a safe simple protocol which makes it possible to actually reverse the abortion process. This protocol, called abortion pill reversal, has been used by thousands of women across the US.

Hours of Operation


As soon as I took the first pill, I started to feel like I’d made a mistake. I needed more time and I wasn’t sure I’d made the right choice for me. I looked for a way to turn back the clock…and abortion pill reversal worked.


Hackettstown is a town in Warren County, in the state of New Jersey, United States. Hackettstown borders the townships of Washington (Morris County) to the southeast, Mansfield to the southwest, Allamuchy to the north, Mount Olive to the northeast, and Independence to the west.