Thousands of mothers and babies have been spared from pain and death thanks to the abortion pill reversal treatment.
But big tech companies and abortion activists are repressing this life-saving information, telling mothers that it is “dangerous” to save their babies’ lives.
Earlier this week, in answer to the demands of radical pro-abortion activists, Google banned two prominent pro-life organizations’ ads informing women about the possibility that their abortion may be reversed and their baby’s life saved. Live Action and Heartbeat International said they are appealing the decision.
“At the request of abortion activists, @Google has just BANNED all of @LiveAction’s pro-life ads, including those promoting the Abortion Pill Reversal treatment, a resource that has saved 2,500 children to date,” Lila Rose, president and founder of Live Action, wrote on Twitter.
Their advertisements were wide-reaching and vital to mothers who immediately regret taking the abortion drug mifepristone, the first of two prescribed to abort unborn babies up to 10 weeks of pregnancy in the U.S. More than 2,500 mothers have successfully undergone the abortion pill reversal treatment and saved their babies’ lives, according to the Abortion Pill Rescue Network.
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Facebook has served “abortion reversal” adverts 18.4 [million] times since January 2020, according to a report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), promoting an “unproven, unethical” and “dangerous” procedure.
Google shows the adverts on more than four-fifths of searches related to abortion across a number of US cities, according to the CCDH research, targeted at search terms such as “unwanted pregnancy” and “abortion pill”.
Pro-abortion groups have been lobbing unfounded attacks against the abortion pill reversal treatment for years, making baseless claims about it being dangerous and unethical. But research and medical experts confirm that it is safe and effective for both mother and baby.
Thousands of mothers’ and babies’ stories are proof as well. One mother, Rebekah Buell, said her son Zechariah is alive today because of the abortion pill reversal procedure.
Buell said she was in college and suffering in an abusive marriage when she went to Planned Parenthood and took the first abortion pill. However, she immediately regretted what she had done. After a quick online search, she found AbortionPillReversal.com and was connected to a doctor who performed the reversal treatment and saved her son’s life.
“Having a baby doesn’t ruin your life, it just changes it,” Buell said. “I’ve met so many women who regretted having abortions but never met a woman who regretted having her child. Abortion is so permanent. It’s forever. It’s going to change your life.”
The abortion pill reversal treatment works by counteracting the abortion drug mifepristone, or Mifeprex, the first of two drugs typically taken to abort and then expel the unborn baby. Mifepristone makes the uterus inhospitable to new life by blocking the hormone progesterone. The reversal procedure involves giving the mother doses of progesterone to counteract the abortion drug. The abortion pill reversal procedure does not work after the mother takes the second drug, misoprostol, one or two days later.
OB-GYNs who offer the treatment say it works very similarly to a hormonal treatment that has been used for years to help prevent miscarriages.
The American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, a 2,500-member OB-GYN medical group, is one of the medical groups that supports the life-saving treatment.
Abortion activists conducted their own study on the treatment but halted it after several women suffered complications from the abortion drug. Later, they misrepresented the results to attack the abortion pill reversal protocol.
The abortion drug currently is used for about 39 percent of all abortions in the U.S., according to the Guttmacher Institute.
However, the Biden administration stopped enforcing FDA safety regulations on abortion drugs earlier this year, and pro-life leaders fear that number will increase. The action means abortion facilities may sell abortion drugs through the mail after a just brief online consultation.
This makes the need to inform women about the abortion pill reversal protocol even more vital. A dozen states have passed legislation to inform women about the life-saving treatment, and pro-life organizations are spreading the word, too.
Anyone who has taken the first abortion pill and wishes to stop the abortion is urged to immediately visit www.abortionpillreversal.com or call the Abortion Pill Reversal hotline at 877-558-0333.