In the Middle of the Abortion Killing Her Twins She Changed Her Mind, Miraculously Her Babies Survived

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jul 28, 2017   |   5:54PM   |   Washington, DC

Almost two years ago, Samantha nearly destroyed the lives of her unborn twins in an abortion.

A college student at the time, Samantha (not her real name) said she took the abortion drug RU-486 and quickly regretted it. The Pennsylvania woman shared her story recently with ABC 27 News.

Samantha has two healthy 1-year-old twins today, thanks to doctors who treated her with an innovative new abortion pill reversal procedure.

“I’m very happy I made the choice I did to continue the pregnancy,” Samantha said.

Samantha said she took the abortion drugs before knowing she was pregnant with twins. Immediately after she swallowed them, she said she regretted her decision.

Desperate to find out if she could reverse the drugs, she said she searched online for answers. She stumbled upon a hotline, possibly through, and called the number.

Here’s more from the report:

Samantha called Hope Within, a community health center in Elizabethtown.

Hope Within offers free primary care services to those in need. Doctor’s used progesterone the hormone that sustains a pregnancy to reverse the drugs that induce an abortion.

“If we can inject large doses of progesterone into a woman that can overcome that blocking effect RU 486 such it prevents the detachment of the embryo from the wall of the uterus,” explained Dr. Eric Hussar with Hope Within Community Health Center.

Dr. Hussar says a woman must act fast, getting progesterone within 24 hours of taking RU 486.

Samantha said the reversal treatment worked, and she later found out she was having twins – a boy and a girl. The twins are 1 year old now and healthy, and their mother is happy that they are alive.

Follow on Instagram for pro-life pictures. has a network of more than 300 doctors across the world who know how to give the abortion reversal treatment to women.

Dr. Matthew Harrison performed the first-ever reversal in 2007. At a press conference in 2015 sponsored by Priests for Life and the American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians & Gynecologists, Harrison said the baby who was saved is now a healthy and happy 8-year-old girl.

In 2015, Harrison reported more than 213 babies have been saved so far.

Though the abortion pill reversal procedure is new, early results show it appears to be safe and effective for both mother and child. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reported in a practice bulletin that the abortion pill RU-486 has not led to birth defects.

Research still is being done on the pioneer medical treatment, but what has been done so far shows the treatment to be safe and effective for mother and child.

Rebekah Buell, whose unborn baby was saved after undergoing an abortion pill reversal, has become a spokesperson for the cause.

Several years ago, she was a young, single mother struggling through a messy divorce when she discovered she was pregnant again. Buell decided to have an abortion, but she immediately regretted it. Buell also found the abortion pill reversal website, and immediately visited a doctor to begin the process to save her baby’s life. She gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Zechariah, more than two years ago. Now, she testifies to legislators about the value of the abortion pill reversal information.

Anyone who has taken the first abortion pill and wishes to stop the abortion is urged to immediately visit or call the Abortion Pill Reversal hotline at 877-558-0333.

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