What Can I Do if I’ve Changed My Mind About Abortion but Have Already Taken the Abortion Pill?

When a woman is facing an unplanned pregnancy, she faces a range of emotions as she figures out her plan of action. She may choose a non-surgical abortion, known as the abortion pill. This type of abortion consists of 2 pills, one taken approximately 24-48 hours after the first pill. Sometimes, after taking this first pill, a woman regrets her choice, realizing that she is ending her pregnancy. There is a way to potentially save the baby. This procedure is known as Abortion Pill Reversal (APR). This reversal treatment consists of a hormone called progesterone. This is a hormone necessary to help a pregnancy grow. Giving a high dose of progesterone can sometimes reverse the effects of the first abortion pill, which blocks progesterone from providing the nutrients to the pregnancy. Starting the APR within the first 24 hours of taking the first abortion pill is recommended, however, there have also been many successful reversals when treatment was started within 72 hours. Initial studies have shown a 64-68% success rate using APR.

Perhaps you have taken the abortion pill and are now regretting your choice.

It May Not Be Too Late

Click on the link below to learn more about the APR or to talk to someone on the 24/7 helpline. They can guide you through the whole process and get you the resources you need.


Not following through with the abortion pill has been a tremendous blessing. My little girl is the joy of my life and I truly don’t know what I would do with out her. I am so thankful God placed people in my path who were able to make sure my little angel had a chance at life. Click for full story.

Please feel free to contact us at Crossroads if you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and thinking about abortion as an option. We will sit with you, give you your options and resources available, and then you will make the choice regarding your pregnancy.