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Frequently Asked Questions

We have put together a number of answers in their respective categories to the most asked questions on abortion.


  • Sometimes, medical abortions may be reversed – it depends on the timing and on the gestational age
  • It must be shortly after taking Mifepristone, but before taking Misoprostol
  • Seek medical advice immediately for Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) protocols
  • Contact LifeLine on 2033 0023 for more information or assistance.

  • Medical professionals administer high levels of progesterone. This makes up for the blocking effect of Mifepristone. This treatment is then continued for several weeks
  • Even without this procedure, Mifepristone alone may still fail to abort the pregnancy.

  • If performed early, this procedure has had a good success rate
  • The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) reported that the procedure is safe and significantly more effective than waiting to see what happens without taking Misoprostol
  • It is good to note that, if the pregnancy does continue, neither progesterone nor Mifepristone are known to cause birth defects.
  • See the Successful work of Abortion Reversal Rescue Network (use link of Heart Beat International: )

    Contact LifeLine on 2033 0023 for more information or assistance.