In 2009, a pro-life obstetrician gynecologist in California, Dr. George Delgado, received a call about a woman who had taken the first of two abortion pills, desperately wished she could undo her initial decision, and was looking for help. He knew that mifepristone, the first pill, blocks the progesterone needed to sustain the pregnancy, so he suspected that simply prescribing progesterone may counteract the mifepristone. He was right, and the woman’s baby was saved! Since that time, many more babies have been saved by what is now known as the “abortion pill reversal” process (here is the story of a woman who had a successful pill reversal).
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Peer Reviewed Study
On April 4, 2018, a new study about the use of progesterone to reverse mifepristone was published in the peer-reviewed medical journal Issues in Law and Medicine. The study found a 68% success rate with no birth defects.