The Indiana legislature is currently debating a bill that would require abortionists to tell women that it is possible to reverse the effects of the abortion pill within a certain time frame, which could potentially save thousands of lives.

Known as House Bill 1577, it requires abortionists to do several things, including having the patient take the abortion pill in the presence of the abortionist, having the woman undergo an ultrasound and keeping it in the patient’s file, and providing information regarding how a woman can potentially reverse the abortion pill process.

This legislation is incredibly important.

Many women regret their abortion, sometimes as soon as they walk out of the abortion clinic. Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic manager, has previously shared with The Daily Citizen about how she and other staff members would pressure and encourage women to abort their child after the technician confirmed the pregnancy. Often giving them little to no time to consider the implications of their decision.

Sharing information about the abortion pill reversal protocol will give women who have abortion regrets a lifeline and hope that they may be able to save their child.

Here’s how it works. The abortion pill is a two-step process, requiring women to first take mifepristone, a drug designed to block the essential pregnancy hormone progesterone and cause the death of the preborn baby. Within the next 24-48 hours, a woman can then take misoprostol, a drug designed to treat stomach ulcers, which will induce uterine contractions and result in an unnatural miscarriage.

But it’s possible to save the preborn’s life if a woman acts fast enough after taking the initial dose of mifepristone but before she takes misoprostol.

She can call 877-558-0333 or visit to get connected with a physician who can prescribe her a high dose of progesterone within 24-72 hours, which will combat some of the effects of the mifepristone. The success rate is roughly 64-68%. There is no reported increase in birth defects, and the preterm delivery rate was lower than that of the general population.

So far, over 2,000 lives have been saved through the use of the abortion pill reversal protocol.

But the abortion industry doesn’t want women to know this, and they consistently tell women that it doesn’t work.

A Self Magazine article stated, “No matter what you’ve heard, there is no solid science backing up the idea that you can ‘reverse’ an abortion.”

Abortionist Dr. Daniel Grossman, who is part of the radical abortion research group at the University of California San Francisco, said in a statement to Vox, “All of the evidence that we have so far indicates that this treatment is not effective.”

He’s referring to a 2019 test conducted by an abortionist, which was designed to fail and made headlines for being abandoned before it could even be completed due to complications from the abortion pill.

However, Dr. Harvey Kliman of Yale’s School of Medicine stated that if his daughter ingested mifepristone by accident, he would give her progesterone in a regime similar to the one used by the abortion pill reversal protocol.

There’s no doubt it works.

Rebekah shared with the Focus on the Family Daily Broadcast that after she took the abortion pill and headed out to her car, she immediately regretted her decision. She was connected with a physician who was able to prescribe that high dose of progesterone and she saved her son’s life. His name is Zachariah, which means “the Lord remembers,” and he will be eight this year.

The abortion pill reversal process saves lives, and every woman in this country undergoing a medical abortion should have access to this important and life-saving information.

The Daily Citizen will keep apprised of the situation and share any updates as they occur.

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