How the Abortion Pill Works

Mifepristone known as the abortion pill or RU-486 is typically prescribed by a doctor within the first 7 to 10 weeks of pregnancy. Often doctors tell women that is a simple and easy procedure. That is not always the case.

Mifepristone works by blocking progesterone which is a hormone the fetus needs to develop. Causing the fetus to die.

This procedure is unsuccessful 5 to 10 percent of the time.

The Abortion Pill Process

A doctor will give a women a physical exam that is considering a medical abortion to determine if she is eligible for this procedure.

She may be prescribed antibiotics to prevent infectio9n.

At her first office visit she will be given an oral dose of Mifepristone.

Misoprostol tablets are taken orally or inserted vaginally approx. 36 to 72 hours after taking the Mifeprestone. The tablets cause the women to experience contractions and the remains of the baby willed be expelled. The process can take between a few hours to a few days.

The women will need a follow-up appoi9ntment with her doctor to ensure the abortion was complete and that there are no complications.

The Process Can Be Reversed

If You Regret Taking The Abortion Pill It May Be Able To Be Reversed!

If a women regrets taking the abortion pill she should immediately contact a medical professional to determine if it can be reversed.

Contact us at 303.832.2858 to schedule an appointment for the abortion pill reversal.