The Silver Lining Behind Abortion By Pill

Call it the abortion pill, chemical abortion, or RU-486.

Whatever you call it, it is a two-part prescription that leads to the death of an unborn child, and its expulsion from the mother’s body.

First the woman takes mifepristone, which blocks the effects of progesterone, preventing the growth of a healthy baby-and, ultimately, causing its death. Next she takes misoprostol, which causes contractions that expel the remains of her unborn child from her body.

It is a devastating form of “medical treatment” that causes the death of an unborn child. But the abortion pill has one wonderful characteristic: it can be reversed.

Abortion pill reversal is most successful when the process begins within 24 hours of a woman taking that first mifepristone pill-but it can succeed if reversal begins as much as 72 hours after that first pill.

The antidote? Progesterone treatments throughout the first trimest

Before the process can begin, an ultrasound confirms that the unborn child is still alive. Once treatments start, the reversal process has a 55 percent success rate.

But a 55 percent chance at life is better than no chance at all. Women who have taken the abortion pill at least have an opportunity to reconsider their decisions-once a surgical abortion begins, on the other hand, there is no turning back.

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