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Abortion Info

Abortion Info

Abortion Procedures

Dilation & Curettage (D&C)

Occasionally used through the 12th week. After dilation of the cervix, a curette is inserted into the uterus. The baby’s body is cut into pieces and extracted, often by suction. The uterine wall is then scraped to remove the placenta and confirm that the uterus is empty.

Dilation & Evacuation (D&E)

Performed up to 18 weeks. Forceps are inserted into the uterus, grabbing and twisting the baby’s body to dismember it. If the head is too large it must be crushed in order to remove it.

Dilation & Extraction (D&X or Partial Birth Abortion)

Performed in the 2nd and 3rd trimester. The cervix is dilated. Forceps extract the live baby by the feet until the head is just inside the cervix. Scissors then puncture the skull, allowing the abortionist to collapse it by suctioning out the contents. The dead baby is then fully removed from the mother. This method is banned in the United States. read more

Abortion Pill Reversal

Abortion Pill Reversal

Have you taken the first dose of the Abortion Pill, Mifepristone (Mifeprex or RU-486)?  Do you regret your decision and wish you could reverse the effects of the abortion pill?  We have good news – there is an effective process for reversing the abortion pill, called Abortion Pill Reversal.

Call us right now at 719.544.9312 so we can talk with you and offer you help.

We understand that an unplanned pregnancy can be scary and you may have made your decision when you were terrified and stressed.  We also understand that after some time to think about it, many women change their minds about a medication abortion.  It may not be too late, so give us a call. read more

Frequently Asked Questions about Abortion Reversal

Frequently Asked Questions about Abortion Reversal

Is it too late to reverse the abortion pill?

The goal is to start the reversal treatment within the first 24 hours of taking the abortion pill, Mifepristone, also known as RU-486.  However, there have been many successful reversals when treatment was started within 72 hours of taking the abortion pill.  Even if 72 hours have passed, please call us at (719)544-9312 or after hours call the Abortion Pill Reversal Hotline at (877)558-0333.  We are here to help.  It may not be too late.

The abortion clinic said I have to complete the abortion; is that true? read more

What Should You Know About Chemical Abortion?

What Should You Know About Chemical Abortion?

If you’re considering abortion because of an unplanned pregnancy, it is important to gather as much information as possible to make an informed decision.

There are two primary methods of abortion — surgical (induced) abortion or chemical abortion.

In this article, we talk about two different forms of chemical abortion — the abortion pill and the morning after pill — along with the possible health risks for women who choose this type of abortion.

What Is Chemical Abortion?

Often called “medical” abortion, a chemical abortion involves taking pills to carry out the termination.  This method is the early pregnancy alternative to having the baby surgically removed. read more