Did you know that more than half of all abortions are chemical abortions? As we expect this percentage to continue to rise, we must spread the word about the Abortion Pill Reversal. APR is providing hope to women who have taken the first abortion pill and regret their decision by allowing them the opportunity to undo the effects of the first pill with progesterone. Read the story below one of CPCI’s clients who recently saved her child’s life by taking the Abortion Pill Reversal at our non profit medical clinic.
The brown paper bag crinkled as I slowly reached inside for the first pill. I got the two pills yesterday at Planned Parenthood, but I haven’t been able to look at the bag since. Just the thought of what’s inside makes me sick. But Zach says I need to do this.
The past few days have been a blur. The two pink lines. The Planned Parenthood appointment. The pressure from Zach. The pills. Maybe the Planned Parenthood nurse was right. Maybe if I just take the pills, I’ll forget this ever happened. If this is what Zach wants, then I should just get it over with. I closed my eyes and swallowed the first pill.
I opened my eyes. A tear ran down my face as I thought about the suffering the little life inside of me would soon endure. There must be a way to go back.I reached for my phone and searched online for an answer. The Abortion Pill Reversal. Click.
I called the APR hotline number which connected me with Community Pregnancy Clinics. A nurse from the clinic called my phone directly. She reassured me that everything was going to be okay and prescribed me progesterone to reverse the effects of the first pill I had taken. She also scheduled me an ultrasound at the clinic and checked in every day until my appointment. I could tell she really cared.
When I arrived at Community Pregnancy Clinics, I was so nervous. I just wanted to know if the progesterone worked and the little life inside me was okay. Soon enough, I was looking at a tiny beating heart on an ultrasound screen. “You saved your baby’s life,” the nurse said smiling.Relief washed over me.
She continued checking in on me with phone calls. I shared with her my concerns about Zach not being supportive. She listened, and it felt good to be heard. I’m going to be a mom, and that is all that matters. With the nurse’s support and the love of my family and friends, I know that my baby and I are going to be just fine.
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