Abortion Pill Reversal Concerns



Concerns About Abortion Pill Reversal

Concerns About Abortion Pill Reversal

Some women have concerns and questions related to Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) treatment.  We’ve addressed a few of those concerns here.  However, we have a much more detailed set of answers to questions on our Abortion Pill Reversal FAQ page.

Abortion Pill Reversal Concerns about Peanut Allergies

Some progesterone treatments include peanut oil. If you are allergic to peanuts or peanut oil, notify your provider before beginning Abortion Pill Reversal (APR). Progesterone may include this ingredient, so it is important that you notify your provider of any of these allergies before taking progesterone. An alternative form of progesterone may be available if you are allergic to peanut oil.

Price Concerns (How Much Will Treatment Cost?)

Treatment cost varies, depending on the progesterone used. Insurance plans may cover treatment. Women who do not have insurance or financial means to pay for treatment should discuss this with their medical provider.

In cases of financial hardship, APR will help you find ways to reduce the cost of the treatment.

Parenting and Support Concerns

You may be thinking, “Even though I regret my decision to take the abortion pill, there is no way I could keep and raise this baby alone and without support. What do I do?!”  We are here to help support pregnant women and their developing babies. Contact us, and we can connect you to the support you need to make the best decision possible for you and your baby.

If you think parenting might be an option for you, but you have concerns about money, baby supplies, insurance, or your parenting skills, let us help. Local help is available, including material resources and parenting classes and mentoring.  There is a lot of help available to support you as a parent.  Let us help!

Family, Relationship, and Housing Issues

You may be concerned about negative reactions from your parents, partner, or people you depend on.  An unplanned pregnancy is difficult for some loved ones to accept.  However, they aren’t the ones making this decision.  You are.  Also, family tends to come around later.  Don’t let their initial reaction keep you from your baby.  If you are concerned that saving your pregnancy will affect your relationship with your family, especially as it relates to your housing, let us help.

Call us at (440) 284-1010 or call the national hotline at (877) 558-0333. We will help you find the resources you need for your particular situation. At Cornerstone, we offer everything from classes to baby care products to community support.  We even offer birthing help with doula services.  Most women might need a little (or a lot) of help. And there are over 2,000 organizations like ours in the United States (and many more around the world) that help women and families with anything from baby bottles and diapers to peer and professional consultations and even housing.  You won’t be alone.  We are here to help!

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