More Babies Saved through Chemical Abortion Reversal

August 20
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Over 1,000 healthy babies have been saved through chemical abortion reversal in our country, even though their mothers took the first chemical abortion pill. We’ve been telling you about some of the many stories of these mothers and their newborns and we have a couple more uplifting stories for you.

There are two reasons for telling you these stories. First, we want you to see proof that chemical abortions can be reversed. Second, pregnant mothers currently considering chemical abortions need to know that there is hope.

Emily

After becoming pregnant as a 19-year-old student living with her parents, Emily visited Planned Parenthood and took the first abortion pill. However, she quickly regretted doing so, and began to research methods for reversing the abortion. With help from progesterone treatments, her baby lived. “Then in July, I gave birth to a perfectly healthy, beautiful 9 1/2 pound baby named Ezekiel which means ‘God strengthens’ because that’s what God did.”

Shanae

With pressure from her boyfriend and grandparents, Shanae took the first pill of the medical abortion medicine that would kill her baby. However, the guilt she felt was nearly unbearable. “I felt horrible. I had seen my blessing on the sonogram machine. He had fingers and legs. He was moving, full of life. And I was going to take that away. I couldn’t stop crying. The whole ride home I cried and cried.” Thankfully, she was able to find a doctor who helped her undergo a successful abortion reversal. She is now the proud mother of her little boy, Salvador, who is an undeniable blessing from God.

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If you are an expectant mother and have taken the first chemical abortion dose, you can go to the national abortion pill reversal website AbortionPillReversal.com or call 877-558-0333 to get immediate help on potentially reversing your chemical abortion!

Over 1,000 babies have already been saved through chemical abortion reversal in the U.S.

For life,

Mark Jorritsma
President and Executive Director